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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting NimbleSchedule. The developer describes NimbleSchedule as an intuitive, web-based scheduling and labor management solution which provides immediate benefits by reducing labor costs, improving communications and maximizing productivity. Our speedy scheduling solution offers best-of-class usability that renders most scheduling tasks into just a few clicks, while completely automating others.

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Getting things scheduled isn’t productivity. Getting them all done at the right time is. I do have a scheduling system to keep up with all of my blogging assignments for a couple weeks at a stretch. I rarely get them all done on time, but at least the schedule and the bleeding number of things that rollover to the next day everytime I miss working pushes me to put some more effort.

So a demanding boss, a nagging secretary, or a paycheck forces us to maintain a schedule for our professional life. But what happens to your personal and social commitments? Usually they get pushed aside to make way for the sake of a career. Of late, I have been trying to find work-life balance and I found feedCal. The web app automatically takes your social feeds and puts them in your calendar. Join me as I evaluate if the web app can help me be more social.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting GoAssign. The developer describes GoAssign as an online scheduling and rostering application for organizations and groups. It’s easy to use, and it allows you to assign your people to assignments, shifts or whatever you want to call them. With features such as email and SMS notifications, assignment confirmations and unavailability, your people will never be out of the loop again while making it easier to manage them.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Skylight. The developer describes Skylight as an all-in-one web application that lets you organise your business data. It includes project, sales and document management, resource scheduling, CRM and accounting tools in a common powerful interface. This includes contacts, project data, invoices(accounts), resource schedules, tasks, project collaboration and document editing (via google docs).

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Twitter has become a really important platform for keeping people informed and that’s why many businesses and individuals use it. When you’re running a business with an online presence, especially with Twitter, it can often be easy to neglect this if you’re too busy focused on the actual business itself and it can make the account seem dormant and less likely to draw attention.

This is where Buffer comes in. Buffer is a uniquely simple app that provides users with a means of tweeting consistently, making the whole process of maintaining an online presence that extra bit more bearable. Find out more inside.

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Managing the resources of a company is key to increasing revenue and improving profit margins. Keeping an eye on all resources and ensuring they’re optimally utilized is a daunting task. Handling human resources, in particular, is a delicate task and mishandling them might take a hit on organizational culture.

When I Work helps employers manage employee scheduling better. Read on for more a deeper look at the app.

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