Posts Tagged: productivity

Microsoft merges all of their mobile productivity apps into one Office hub

Microsoft has announced that they’ll be taking their existing Word, Excel, and Powerpoint applications on Android and iOS and merging them into a single Office app. Fortunately there’s no loss of functionality with this change, but it should make things a little more fluid on your phone and take up less space, too. Alongside this […]

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Netflix is testing out new ways to completely kill your productivity

Netflix generally isn’t very helpful when you’re trying to get things done, but now they’re working on a new pop-up player for your computer that will make productivity even harder. This player reportedly worked on Google Chrome on a Mac and allows a window to float on top of your other windows and activities to […]

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Google’s productivity suite now shows who viewed your files

If you've ever worked on shared documents, you know the potential for confusion: a coworker may harangue you over an old file without realizing that you made changes hours ago. That shouldn't be a problem with Google's G Suite in the future. Google…
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Multitasking is a costly productivity sinkhole, especially for millennials

A Bryan College report on multitasking, especially among millennials, points to huge productivity costs plus a high cost in job turnovers. The report explores the problems and offers solutions for millennial job turnover and to reduce multitasking.

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This wearable boosts health & productivity by extending your restorative deep sleep phase

Rythm’s Dreem headset improves daily performance by extending the restorative deep sleep phase. It is the world’s first active sleep improvement wearable, since it uses auditory stimulation to improve deep sleep in addition to basic sleep monitoring and data.

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