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Being able to collaborate with your team anywhere, anytime is now an essential part of business and luckily there’s lots of web-based collaboration software designed to help manage the logistics of dealing with groups of disperate workers.
The world of cheap online collaboration apps continues to expand and develop and there are many great services that ensure your team and company are working as one. These apps help streamline and simplify teamwork on a global scale to improve efficiency and communication. Most of these online collaboration tools require a subscription to get the most out of the features available but some also offer free collaboration software versions with limitations imposed.
Here are 6 of the best online collaboration tools to make managing your global workforce a breeze. The apps listed all have free trials or free elements, so you can try them out or youself!
Like a lot of others, I love Google Calendar. It’s well maintained and constantly updated with useful features. While it has the right set of features with almost no bloat, some of us might find it to be a bit underwhelming. Lack of social sharing features is clearly one downside to Google Calendar.
After the break, we have rounded up a list of calendar and scheduling apps that go above and beyond the conventional usage. There’s so many ways you can schedule your time and collaborate with your team. With the diversity of web apps available today, there’s a calendar app for almost any type of scheduling you can think of. Read on to see the 15 most unique calendar apps we’ve rounded up.
Any software project is going to need issue and bug tracking. The bigger the project, the more the developers and the larger the userbase, the more critical it gets to keep tabs on what issues are outstanding, what features are in the pipeline, what schedules you are keeping and what is urgent. (more…)
There are a few task management web apps that have caught my attention in the past months. Some are in alpha, some in beta and some already available. Their approaches vary greatly as well.
But, in my opinion, they are all going to make a splash in 2010.
When it comes to productivity frameworks, there are always those pesky tasks that can easily fall between the cracks. These are the items that need to be completed on or by a certain day, but not at a specific time.
GTD deals with these tasks with a Tickler file. A set of file folders that is broken down by month and day, and you simply place some sort of reminder on the day it will be needed.