Meet the tools that can save you time and make you more efficient. Our productivity section will help you get organized with insightful articles and in-depth tutorials.
Our top picks in this category are: How You Can Get Microsoft Word for Free, The Best Excel Project Management Templates, and How to Write a Company Profile (with templates).
Scrivener isn’t available for Linux — so how will you keep track of where these characters go, what they’ve done, and how they complete their journey? Well, one of these tools should help.
Templates can save you time, keep you organized, and increase your office productivity. We’ve compiled 15 Microsoft Word templates for everyday business processes, ranging from meeting agendas to task lists.
Do you find Outlook too expensive or too overwhelming or do you just not want to use a Microsoft product? You have options! We have compiled the best alternatives to Microsoft Outlook.
If you’ve created a document in Google Drive which you later to want to transfer to someone else, it’s easy to do.
Do you also spend too much time in meetings? Use these PowerPoint templates to ease your preparation and make your meetings more efficient. You can customize all slides to your needs.
There are lots of high-quality backup tools on the market, but as of last month, there’s another free option for you to consider: Google Drive.
Microsoft Word has a new trick up its sleeve that should help anyone who struggles with the written word. Read Aloud is a significant improvement on Microsoft’s previous text-to-speech offerings.
A little bit of patience and creativity are all you need to start automating your Mac — you don’t need to know a single line of code.
Slack bots can help you and your team get things done. They integrate to-do lists, time zones, meeting agendas, a team wiki, project updates, and more. Now you can manage projects right inside Slack!
Pasting all your addressees into CC and BCC boxes is time-consuming, and you’re liable to leave someone out accidentally. In Outlook, there’s a better solution.
With the help of a free chatbot, you can boost your Google Form response rate by making them more interactive and less of a nuisance.
You can do a lot with PDF and Google Drive, like sharing PDF versions of any Google Drive document without first converting it to PDF by hand.
iPhone and iPad
It’s a good time to say goodbye to the Apple Mail app — when so much of your work, personal and travel life revolves around email, it’s just not enough.
If you’re a programmer tired of ugly code formatting in OneNote, you need to download this tool. It makes adding code to OneNote books a cinch and sets up in seconds.
Ready to supercharge your Microsoft Excel productivity? A custom toolbar can do just that. We’ll show you how to put all your Excel macros within reach.
Your desktop wallpaper may be the last untapped productivity source. We show you how to harness it to get more stuff done.
Before deciding whether to upgrade your storage, you can do a quick search to clear your Gmail account of large and unneeded emails.
Mail Merge is like one of those old friends you haven't called for years. Underestimated…
If productivity is your passion and initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, and closing sound familiar, you may be a natural project manager. Let us show you how to kick off a career in project management.
Just bought a Chromebook and wondering which apps you should install to get started, and use it for work and other tasks? Here are the best productivity apps for your Chromebook.
As a student, you have to use every tool at your disposal to go from student to sudious. Here are the Chrome extensions that will keep you focused, productive, and organized.
Unauthorized email forwarding can send all your email messages to a nefarious third party. Here’s how to check if you’re affected and what to do if so.
Drowning out distractions with music can make you more productive. But, according to science, only if you pick the right music. Let us show you what works.
With this IFTTT applet, you can add all kinds of events to your iPhone’s Calendar using nothing more than your voice. Google Home or Google Assistant required.