IlyaNovember 10th, 2011 at 7:54 am
A number of online tools listed here http://orqwe.com/
Freelancers may have more of a need than other business owners to access data on the go, and from more than one platform. Productivity tools in the cloud offer a great way to address the issue of unknown source accessibility, especially when they are designed to sync between various devices, such as PC, tablets and smartphones.
Because there are already several articles at Freelance Folder featuring established productivity tools and software, today I’ll introduce ten new productivity tools that were launched in 2011. Some are cool, some are trendy, some are fun, but all of them can be of great help in the right hands.
Here is a list of recently launched productivity tools for freelancers and others:
Are you using any of these new productivity tools? What is your favorite productivity tool?
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A number of online tools listed here http://orqwe.com/
Thanks for the collection, might do a trial run of Tree.io over the next few days.
Our company has been using http://teambox.com for some time now and we’re very happy with it. There is no limit in the number of users that can be created. It is helping us a lot with the management of our tasks. I recommend it.
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How’d you get a picture of my desk? ;)
Thanks for this list…I’m going to check out SocialFolders and Interviewr! And for THIS post, the desk shown in the graphic is much closer to how my desk usually looks!
I’m usually at the mercy of the software I’m using when it comes to productivity, as I used to use multiple apps to manage everything (contacts, projects, todo lists, timesheets, invoicing, etc) and constantly jumping between these apps was discouraging and inefficient.
If you have to manage multiple business processes I’d recommend going with something that integrates everything you have to manage. WORKetc is a great for this – you can use it to manage CRM, project management, billing, and support in one web based app – and it’s all tightly integrated. You can attach items as a group for simpler referencing, i.e. group a timesheet with a project or a task with an expense. WORKetc is Google Apps integrated and has mobile apps.
This is good stuff Mihaela! I didn’t recognize one of those so that is good news to me! I really liked the Present.me concept because I might have to do that in the new year for an email etiquette session. Could be quite valuable!
Great post, I’ll definitely check out comunitee and nimble.
It would be cool to see Wunderlist in this list. It’s a simple, beautiful and multiplatform task manager. What’s more, it’s free :-)
And Wunderkit is another one to keep an eye on too, it’s coming soon. It’s going to shake up the sphere of productivity and collaboration!
Tree.io looks interesting, and something I want to look into more. I have been using WORKETC as a all-in-one suite.
Thanks for sharing; I also recommend Teambox, this online project management and collaboration software it’s getting better everyday for organization, productivity communication and networking. This year we have launched Iphone, Ipad, chrome and other applications, plus we are happy to announce the upcoming version of Teambox 4 that will launch very soon, be attentive and learn how to get things done ☺ https://teambox.com/
Genuinely a good collection
For me TodoWe app from Sniget is the best todo list app from them.
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Let’s update the list for 2012! While I wouldn’t count this as a business productivity tool, we all know how much of a time suck online browsing is. So for making your daily online browsing routines more productive, checkout Skim.Me (http://skim.me).
We do all setup, organization and management work for your favorite site and app sources so you can browse no-reply emails, weather, news, social media, ecommerce, finance and more without leaving our web app in timed batches throughout the day.
As you browse we manage a “done” list for you that can be toggled to a “to-do” list for browsing that’s algorithmically controlled. It’s a great user experience that shows you what you’ve accomplished and never how many unread you have.
Feel free to email me at wu at skim dot me with any feedback, thx!
I would highly recommend KanbanTool. It’s even better for online collaboration than Teambox. My productivity tool of choice!
Thanks for sharing this list.
MeetingDeck – http://www.meetingdeck.net – is an easy-to-use, time-saving, paper-free meetings management system for businesses and organisations of all sizes. It’s free forever for five users or less and has lots of really cool features.
How these softwares are different from skydrive and google Drive?
Really very impressive post. I must say this is one in the most well written posts, that I have seen with this topic in a very long time. Indeed, it was. Will probably get a link up here at some point. Well done!
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