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.
Microsoft Word doesn’t have a Find and Replace search box for text, but there is a workaround you can use.
Windows Search is only good for basic and casual use. If you search Windows often, you may be better off with an awesome third-party search tool.
If you haven’t given Trello Power-Ups a shot yet, you’re missing out. These are add-ons that can work magic on your boards.
Email remains a common way to share your best photos. Let’s see how you can configure Adobe Lightroom Classic CC to send photos as attachments.
Link previews can cause clutter. Fortunately, Slack provides several ways to effortlessly remove those link previews.
You’re probably already familiar with the @ symbol for mentioning users in Twitter, WhatsApp, and Telegram. Now here’s how to mention other users in Gmail.
iPhone and iPad
We’ve narrowed down thousands of iPhone productivity apps to the best to-do list, calendar, email, habit-building, and GTD apps for iOS.
Trello hides a lot of handy productivity tips behind its Kanban cards. Let’s explore a few of them and see how they benefit you.
A single setting in Microsoft Word can replace all pictures in your document with a placeholder. Let’s see how your productivity benefits.
With these tips, you can make your own plan for a week of productivity in a half hour or less.
On Android phones, Split Screen Mode allows you to view two apps on your phone at the same time.
These Microsoft Word invitation templates will take care of the most common events and parties that you need to plan. Find the perfect template from the selections.
Of the many ways to manage a shopping list, none are easier than using Google Assistant on your phone or your Google Home device.
In April 2018, Google rolled out the first major Gmail design overhaul for several years, and it has several new features—including one called Nudge.
This guide covers power user tips for making the most of Chrome’s features and some extensions that will expand Chrome’s functionality.
A tiny change in your daily routine could return massive productivity gains. Try these productivity tips for a better work day.
Organizing a large meeting or an event takes effort and time. Make sure everyone commits to it with these special RSVP tools.
In the April 2018 Update (Build 1803) for Windows 10, Microsoft officially retired the XPS format and removed XPS Viewer. But what if you still use the format?
Looking to boost your career? You need something more than your resume. Use these professional networking apps to meet the right people.
Need the ability to create flowcharts anywhere at any time without spending much, if any, money? Here are the best online flowchart tools that are free or reasonably priced.
Defined names in Microsoft Excel can help keep your workbooks organized and easy to understand. Let’s see how you can work with them.
Both Outlook and Gmail have easy set-it-and-forget-it methods to automate the forwarding of your emails.
Let’s look to the past and see the most important Windows productivity features and which versions they have come from.
If you are new to Trello, then these useful Trello shortcuts and tips will help you get the hang of the project management tool in no time flat.