BusinessOctober 23, 2022by Centrix Dev9 Most popular productivity tools for startups and business owners

 

With the following productivity tools, your daily work time and stress are cut over half. You will be surprised on discovering how easy they are and how they can transform your business.

 

Before the COVID-19, companies were already utilizing some of the productivity tools we will discuss below. However, their application scaled up and beyond during the pandemic. Today, businesses use these productivity tools daily to automate works, reach a wider audience, generate more leads, and increase sales. In addition, it is believed that more will be developed in a couple of years to come with highly advanced features, incorporating artificial intelligence and data science into them.

 

We have compiled nine (9) most famous productivity technologies helpful to startups, small and medium-scale businesses.

  1. Google Drive
  2. Trello
  3. com
  4. Slack
  5. Asana
  6. Evernote
  7. Dropbox
  8. Jira
  9. TeamViewer

 

  1. Google Drive

Google Drive is Google’s cloud storage and sync service for faster and safer storage and syncing of data. You can store your large files, docs, images and even back up your PC without paying anything on Google Drive.

Google Drive also offers an equivalent online version of Microsoft Office programs, which is better than most other similar tools you have used before now.

 

  1. Trello

With Trello, you can add cards & members, set notifications & deadlines, and create colourful labels. As a result, it enables your team to collaborate faster and more efficiently, thanks to its user-friendly interface.

If you work remotely or if you are a startup with smaller projects, Trello can be convenient for your purposes. In addition, it will contribute to your productivity.

 

 

  1. com

Monday.com is a work operation system that helps people to align with team members through colourful boards. You can easily share and manage your projects, workflows, and to-do lists with your teams on the go. This online system also helps you to assign workflows to others as well while working on a project.

It is easy to use so that you can organize your work without much effort.

 

  1. Slack

Slack enables team members to chat online while executing a task simultaneously. You can create different chat rooms with various team members, share and receive files, and even use emojis to interact online with your teammates. In addition, slack can help you create channels for different chat rooms to manage other projects or different groups of people.

 

  1. Asana

Asana enables a person to organize, manage and track projects and work. For example, workflows can be assigned more easily with Asana. In addition, progress can be tracked, reviewed, and approved.

 

  1. Evernote

Evernote is software and an extension you can use alongside Chrome. It is also an independent application that runs individually. Due to the features of Evernote, such as saving websites, writing, and emailing, organizing notebooks, sharing notes, and even using tags to organize notes, it is preferable when doing group work.

 

  1. Dropbox

Dropbox works almost like Google Drive. It can enable you to improve your productivity while working on shareable files. It can be used personally and among a team. Either way, it is helpful. You can save your files in Dropbox and share them with your colleagues at any time.

Download the app to your phone and your desktop/laptop to get started. Then, once you synchronize them, you can update one platform and see it on the other one.

 

  1. Jira

Jira is software that helps you to manage projects, track issues and bugs. It eases project initiation, workflows tracking, and general management, and it can be considered a productivity tool.

You may also prefer using Jira as a ticketing tool for both internal and external workflows.

  1. TeamViewer

TeamViewer is a productivity tool that enables you to view other desktops remotely.

It is free for personal, non-commercial use. For small businesses and startups, for example, usually hire an IT team externally. So, if you need an urgent and minor update on your computer, your IT person can easily connect your computer via TeamViewer.

 

 

It is not easy to choose the right productivity tools for a brand, especially if you’re beginning. However, picking the right technology to get your business started can ensure you remain afloat above your competitors. Whether you are new in your niche or already established, we can help promote your brand at a lower cost while allowing you to generate more ROI and keep the customers trooping.

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