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.
Is your inbox a mess? Try a better organization scheme with these three important email folders that everyone should be using.
Have you thought about planning your next trip using Trello? It may sound weird, but Trello can be extremely useful and effective. Here’s how to do it.
Want to download new PDFs in Chrome instead of opening them? Flipping this setting will achieve just that.
If you’re tired of email overload, crowded interfaces, and bloated features, then one of these clutter-free email inbox apps may be perfect for you.
If you use Excel regularly, it’s worth learning how to create VBA macros and get access to many more functions and capabilities.
All of us underestimate our productivity from time to time. These apps will help you overcome mental obstacles and achieve your optimum productivity.
Learn how to change Gmail themes, backgrounds, fonts, and other elements of the inbox appearance.
Want to search better on your Mac? Check out Alfred and the many tricks you can use for searching just about anything.
Newton Mail is a powerful yet delightful email client for all your devices. Learn about its benefits and how you can try it today.
If you can’t open a PDF document, it might be because it’s corrupted. Here’s everything you can do to fix a corrupted PDF file.
Want to see which of the best free calendar apps for Android is right for you? We compare several great calendar apps to find the best.
There are plenty of Slack tips that can add to your online productivity. Let’s look at how you can declutter, format, and customize your Slack platform.
The Windows operating system allows you to rotate your entire screen by 90 degrees, which can be a handy way to get more out of your screen real estate.
Don’t try to juggle dozens of tasks in your head. These awesome Android task management apps help you efficiently keep track of your to-do list.
OneNote 2016 is being phased out. We’ll explain what’s happening to OneNote 2016 and show you the great benefits of switching to OneNote for Windows 10.
Tired of accidentally hitting Cmd + Q when you meant Cmd + W? This app will ensure you never accidentally quit another app ever again.
Google Translate is a handy tool to use while traveling, and even better, you can download the languages you need for offline use.
Microsoft Word’s Track Changes feature is one way in which it simply beats Google Docs, but here’s a neat trick for being even more productive with them.
Let’s learn three easy ways to crop or resize photos and images in Microsoft PowerPoint.
You can supercharge your Microsoft Office productivity by installing any of these special add-ins. Let’s look at some you can install right now.
Graph paper templates are easy to create in Microsoft Word. Just follow these quick five steps.
You will need to give a presentation one day. This beginner’s guide to Microsoft PowerPoint should give you a great start to a wonderful slideshow.
Visual Studio Code blows other programming text editors out of the water. It’s free, open source, lightning fast, and packed with productivity features.
With the new Gmail update for Android phones, there are six possible actions for the swiping gesture—and one of them is perfect for accidental swipers!