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The wonderful thing about creating software is it feels like you're able to create your own universe. You're the master of that universe and how it functions and reacts to its users. It's a very empowering feeling to know you can direct and control data in a way that makes it useful to others.

When considering all the directions that software can take there's always that simple fact that different people like different things. Heck, someone buys the Rhubarb from the grocery store - because they keep stocking it - right?

So, what is the best way to offer user specific preferences to your solution users? Well, as always, this depends on the type of preferences you're trying to offer. If you're looking for a streamlined and efficient method of storing and referencing user specific preferences, then we may just have the solution you're looking for. In this video, we walk through a very straightforward solution to both storing and updating user preferences for a wide array of solution functionalities.

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