At this stage of the game, it’s no secret that many doctors in the Atlas.md community are doing tons of great work to help patients.
Wouldn’t it be great if there was some way that their work could be shared with others?
This thought was the impetus for today’s feature release – community macros – which is the first step in a series of many which will enable users to share their content with the Atlas.md community.
Community macros allow you to easily share any macros you’ve made with other Atlas.md users.
Once you share an existing macro, it will be moved into a community library that all users can access.
This means that if you create a really useful macro or text shortcut for lab results, appointments, charting, or anything else, you can give the benefits of that macro to anyone else in the Atlas.md community who wants to use it.
You can remove the macros at any time, and if you prefer to contribute anonymously, we’ve made it possible to do that too.
Why is this feature important? Well, two reasons.
Firstly, it fosters a greater sense of community by enabling more experienced users to pass on their knowledge to the next class of users.
It also makes it that much easier for new users to pick up the reigns and develop their own workflows, practices, and processes from seasoned users, as opposed to learning from scratch.
It’s just another way that we’re taking steps to nurture the most comprehensive and connected healthcare community.
If you have any questions about community macros, please don’t hesitate to drop us a line at email@example.com.