Google Keep is a note-taking service that offers a variety of tools for taking notes, including text, lists, images, and audio. Users can set reminders, which are integrated with Google Now. Notes can be color-coded, and labels can be applied for organization. Added functionality includes location-based reminders, for example the ability to pull up a grocery list when you get to the store, the ability to pin notes, and to collaborate on notes with other Keep users in real-time. Users can also quickly filter and search for notes by color or by other attributes. Keep is available in a web version, Chrome extension and with mobile apps available for Android and iOS.
Accompany - No time to prep briefing docs in advance of meetings? Accompany wants to be your virtual chief of staff, your personal assistant providing you with all the information you need for anyone you are meeting on a given day. You’ll never miss an opportunity to reach out with real-time news and insights on the people and companies in your network with Accompany’s one touch relationship management. Accompany connects to your email account, calendar and social media accounts to provide information for each of your contacts. Your curated newsfeed will include a bio, news about the company and person, Twitter posts, your email history with that individual, and any notes you have taken about them within the Accompany app. Available as a free app for iOS, Web (Android-optimized) and as a Gmail extension.
Asana Timeline Dependencies: Asana has added a helpful new feature – timeline dependencies. When you’re planning a new marketing campaign, product launch, or other cross-functional project, the sequence of work is just as important as the work itself. With Timeline in Asana, you can map out your project plan to see how all the work fits together. And with recent improvements to Timeline, you can now draw dependencies between tasks. As you spot timing conflicts, you can adjust dates right on Timeline so you feel confident in your project schedule. Then as work gets underway, teammates will know when dependent work is completed so they can start their tasks.
RocketReach is a handy web-based tool that helps users find email addresses and social media links for professionals. An extension for the Chrome browser is also available. RocketReach is made up of a combination of tools that look for email addresses both from a company’s domain name and for specific people. By simply entering a name or LinkedIn profile URL into the search bar users are presented with possible email addresses and social media links associated for that person. You can also enter a company name to have RocketReach return the standard email formatting for an organization. There is a free plan that gives three lookups per month or upgraded paid plans that offer more monthly lookups. All paid plans include 24/7 support, CRM integration, the ability to export results to CSV, bulk lookups and API access.
Proven is a hiring tool for small business that uses artificial intelligence to distribute your job to the best custom mix of boards from over 100 partners. Job posts are done as part of a pay-as-you-go service so you don’t need to worry about recurring monthly charges.
MeeTime is a simple iPhone app founded on the premise that you cannot control time, only decide what you want to do within it. It starts automatically and helps keep your meetings on track. MeeTime will start when the meeting is supposed to start.
Tab describes itself as “The simple intuitive app to take the pain out of splitting group bills.” Available for Android and iOS, Tab is aimed at avoiding that awkward group bill splitting experience at the restaurant table. Tab lets you calculate the split, taking into account the tip and tax and even grabs a snapshot of the receipt.
Staying productive at work is about getting more done in less time. When you can accurately track where time is spent in your business, it’s easier to ensure that everyone is working efficiently. Time Doctor can track the total time worked by team members and will provide a breakdown on how much time is spent which projects, clients and tasks.
Through website and application monitoring Time Doctor gives you detailed insights on how time is spent so you know where your weaknesses are and can improve them. Time Doctor also smoothly integrates with some of the most popular management platforms on the market today and allows you to track time spent on projects & tasks from those other platforms. https://www.timedoctor.com/
The Pocket Sense app is a tool to help keep your smartphone from being stolen. This Android only app will sound an alarm if someone takes your phone out of your pocket or disconnects it from a charger. You can turn off the alarm simply by unlocking the phone or by turning off the pocket sense mode. Stop worrying about the pickpockets or phone thieves around you while traveling. Install thePocket Sense app and enable the Pocket Sense mode when in a public space or when you need to leave your phone unattended on a charger. The Pocket Sense app for Android devices will ease your tension with their smart solution. Get the app here: https://play.google.com/
MyScript’s Nebo is a feature-rich note-taking app built with the iPad and the Apple Pencil in mind. Nebo automatically parses your handwritten notes into text, and allows you to easily format your text, add emphasis, underlining, bullet points, diagrams, mathematical notations, and picture annotation. Users can write equations and calculate or export to LaTeX, export text into Microsoft Office documents or text files, and search through your notes to quickly find something you've scribbled down. There's also a Windows 10 version designed to work with the Surface Pen. For more info, please visit http://www.myscript.com/nebo/