Just wondering whether anyone is using an approval plan for video
that they would like to recommend (or vent about.)
The few standing order plans I've seen are so narrow or limited that,
while potentially useful, don't really seem like they would offer
much in the way of speeding selection/ordering. Approval plans for
video either don't exist or are a very well kept secret. Am I wrong?
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