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Whether you’re using an iPhone or iPad, these mind map tools can keep your thoughts flowing on-the-go.
We cannot avoid procrastination. We must learn to deal with it. If you are in the habit of putting off important work, use these five Udemy classes to boost your productivity (and beat procrastination).
Because your iPhone is constantly with you, there’s a high chance that constant nagging and motivation might just help you form new habits and break old ones.
If you use Slack and regularly need to print attached documents, then this bot will make your life a hundred times easier.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) can range from mild to severe. It makes being productive a lot harder. If you’re struggling through the winter, try some of these tips to keep moving forward.
Microsoft Office is powerful and versatile, but that comes with a non-trivial learning curve. If you want to become an Office master, your first stop should be the official Quick Start Guides.
While ActiveInbox is almost never discounted, we’re offering an elusive markdown just for MakeUseOf readers.
Microsoft Edge some great productivity features. From built-in tools to time-saving extensions, here are just a few than can help you stay productive.
The Backstage view can be useful but only if you use OneDrive. Otherwise, it’s a nuisance. Here’s how to disable it and get it out of your way.
Start preparing yourself for the holidays so your self-improvement goals don’t fall by the wayside.
How fast you can do something helps to benchmark your productivity. See how fast you can solve problems or how quickly you react to things with these online tests.
There are some simple secrets to superhuman productivity. Let’s take a look at these tips to help you multiply your productivity without sacrificing your personal life.
If you aren’t using sublabels in Gmail, you’re missing out on a lot of organizational power.
Do you need help to get started when it’s tough to take that first step? Beat procrastination and just start with these five simple strategies.
Microsoft Cache was the clipboard manager re-imagined. While Cache is now defunct, you can still try alternative clipboard apps. We show you the ones you have to know about!
The key to personal development is in self-mastery. These popular Udemy classes will help you master a few skills and move towards better emotional health.
When it comes to tools like Apple’s Siri, all you have to do is ask. Siri’s artificial intelligence can be surprisingly useful for daily productive tasks.
It’s time to show you how to turn Trello — if that’s your primary note-taking app — into a Bullet Journal.
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Forget menus, buttons, and confusing keyboard shortcuts. Try dragging and dropping for a faster workflow.
Do you really have to be at the office to do your job? If you could work from home, follow this step-by-step guide to convince your boss to let you try it.
Formatting your paragraphs in Word using your mouse is fine but painstakingly slow. Using the Ctrl key, you can speed up the process and boost your productivity.
Re-frame your thinking about self-improvement by casting some automated magic spells with IFTTT. These 10 IFTTT recipes can help you reach your goals or change a habit.
Is Microsoft Outlook acting up on you? We have compiled fixes that should take care of all the most common issues. You’ll be back in business in no time.