iPad: The export feature in Office for iPad is a bit clunky, and if you use it a lot, it’s buried away and only lets you export a PDF as an email attachment. That means you can’t save it locally anywhere (or in the cloud). Macworld figured out a way around this using If This […]
TextExpander is a must-have Mac application. In this post, we’ll show you (via 12 video screencasts) how to get the most out of this awesome Mac utility.
Dropbox is a great tool that allows users to access files from anywhere. It also conveniently integrates with Rocket MatterÂ® for organizing your matters!
Chrome: Motivation is a Chrome extension that shows your life ticking away. It works as a slightly morbid reminder that time spent procrastinating online amounts to time wasted.
Have a more efficient workday, everyday, by taking these five steps.
Don’t lie awake at night trying to get sleep. If you have ADHD or just having trouble tuning out the world, you’ll want to see this.
One of the downsides to a default email signature is that you have to manually change it each time. Give yourself a little more flexibility with canned responses instead.
It is hard to believe that 25 years ago, Microsoft unveiled Office. Our work environment has evolved over the years and so has the company’s productivity suite. The traditional Word, PowerPoint, and
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Android: What’s taking up all the space in your Dropbox? Are there multiple copies of the same file in your Google Drive? Get control of your cloud storage with Unclouded for Android.
OS X/iOS: Not too long after (finally) rolling out a Mac client and IFTTT integration, Microsoft has further updated OneNote for Apple users. The Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps now let you insert and preview Office documents, move and reorder notebook sections and pages, and more.
Chrome: Wunderlist is our favorite to-do list app on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. If you use Google Chrome, it just got easier than ever to access Wunderlist with a new extension that turns it into an always-open panel that doesn’t clutter your screen.
For many users, the desktop productivity app probably never fully went away. Anyone who uses Microsoft Exchange for email or calendaring, or Microsoft Word as..
You can work more quickly and efficiently when you have the right business tools on hand. Here are five go-to apps to get you going.
If you like to take advantage of free space for your files, you no doubt have several cloud storage accounts. MultCloud helps you access and search all of your files in one place so you don’t need to sign into several accounts.
If you look around the OS X app store, you won’t have much trouble finding any number of productivity management apps based on popular techniques like
Readsy is a free web service that makes speed reading or focusing on any online article or web site easy. Just paste in the text or the URL, and the site guides you through a rapid reading of the content.
Don’t Break The Chain! is a free app that centers around the idea that daily commitments build lifelong habits.
Chrome: Notes for Gmail is a Chrome extension that lets you add a note to a message as a reminder for the next time you look at it, or add a digest of everything important from a whole email thread. Think of it as post-it notes for your email.
Very often I get emails asking for productivity advice and a question that keeps on showing up is this: Which apps should I install first to start building my productivity system? Where should I start?
iOS: Most apps that use social support to help you reach your goals encourage your friends to bet on your success. Betchyu on the other hand asks your friends to bet against you, and encourages you to prove them wrong. It’s a little sadistic, but if you’re competitive, it could work.
Chrome: Evernote’s web clipper extension is arguably the best part of the do-everything note taker. Today, it got a solid update with a new interface and some new features to go with it.
iPhone: For whatever reason, time tracking apps tend to be a bit awkward to use. Hours is an app that seeks to change that by making a time tracking app that only requires a tap to start working.
At the time of this post, there are 169,100 total apps in the Windows Store worldwide. Of those apps, we are going to highlight the top five free and paid productivity apps available in the Windows Store for your Windows 8.1 or Windows RT device.
Take Creative Vocal Recorder is a free iPhone voice recorder, designed by the fantastic Propellerhead, creators of great music-making apps like Reason and Figure.
OmniFocus is a powerful tool designed to follow David Allen’s Getting Things Done. I won’t go into the details of GTD here but the simple version is that it’s a method of getting things out of your mind and into a trusted organizational system.