And one's circumstances help determine what methods works best. At the university we have a heated drying cabinet (w/fan). If the cabinet is already warm and the heat set too high (students are always in a hurry), excess photo-flo on the negs might start to dry before having a chance to run off. It is a long way down a roll of 36 exposures!
I keep the heat turned down...I even removed the dial so the students don't turn it on "Shake and Bake". I usually keep the heat and fan off when I hang negatives in there (usually late at night and I pick them up first thing in the morning...I'm not risking my negs in the hands of the students!)