Nowadays, everyone is surrounded by a network of various devices and applications that can make life easier on practically every level. The tools we have access to synchronize with each other, creating a fairly efficient "ecosystem". The equipment is more and more developed year by year, and the applications are more and more intuitive. Thanks to them, for example, you can increase the productivity of work. How to use this potential? Here is a list of useful tools that will improve employee concentration and efficiency.
Harmonizely offers comprehensive scheduling that supports a wider range of calendars than competitors. It lets users schedule meetings with a few clicks and without having to deal with email, connects multiple calendars to one scheduler, and integrates with video conference apps like Zoom and Google Meet to generate a unique video conference link for every meeting. Other features that make Harmonizely so valuable for boosting productivity include: automatic timezone detection, private notes, custom questions on scheduling pages, easy re-scheduling options, and availability control on calendars.
NachoNacho is a combination of a SaaS marketplace and SaaS subscription management tool. It eliminates the need for disorganized, time-wasting spreadsheets that constantly have to be updated by hand with the company’s latest recurring charges. Instead, NachoNacho uses an instantly-generated virtual credit card for each individual subscription, allowing users to track and control every single subscription within the NachoNacho app. This system enables easy one-click cancellation or freezing of subscriptions (no need to deal with the vendor’s customer service line!), the viewing of any subscription’s entire transaction history, and a lot of powerful company-wide controls that prevent consolidate existing subscriptions to prevent redundant expenses.
Favro is an all-in-one cloud platform for collaborative writing, planning, project management, and organizational work-- a ‘digital office space’ of sorts. A big aim of Favro is to prevent unnecessary complexities and siloes, so the system is designed to scale with companies as they grow and adapt to the specific needs and sizes of users, whether a small business or large enterprise. Key features include the ability to store tasks on multiple planning boards to allow easy cross-team collaboration, real-time collaboration on both writing and planning, integrations with many major software tools, and lots of automations.
Twist is the top-rated alternative to Slack, with an emphasis placed on more focused, more intentional, and more organized threads and communication. Twist also boasts powerful search functionality, a structure that prevents constant interruption (and the subsequent necessity of constant connection), selective notification options even within each thread and comment, and no online/offline indicators.
Hive bills itself as ‘the tool for productive teams,’ and with good reason: this SaaS tool frees up teams within the same company to choose different project management formats (like Gantt or Kanban) depending on their specific needs. Hive also enables more efficient consolidation with over 1,000 integrations (from Dropbox to Gmail), all centralized in a single dashboard. Other productivity features include real-time analytics; file uploading directly to tasks, projects, and messages; and versatile forms for collecting information quickly and easily.
Todoist aims to free up users’ mental space with a well-organized, all-encompassing task management application. Part of what makes Todoist stand out is its huge range of features that give more detail and allow greater control; a small sampling of these features includes Quick Add Tasks, priority tags, a section and subtasks hierarchy, productivity visualizations, and project templates.