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Sarwar Faruque 231

@faruque

Director of DevOps based in the Philippines

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The tables are really just a table, saved in TSV format. Useful to make a quick tabulation of information, but not much beyond that.

On the PDF side, if you get the professional version - it comes…

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I started out with OneNote for a few years. Then used Evernote for almost 5 years. I also looked into Notion, Quip, and Google Keep. Ultimately I've left them all and consolidated into a single…

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From my Setapp subscription I got to try out Timing and Timemator. Then tried Toggl too. All of them felt like extra work, and none of them made me feel more productive.

I'm now trying out Horo Pro…

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Since you mentioned "I know nothing about coding...", my 2 cents is start with Excel (or Google Sheets). I know it is unorthodox, but Excel teaches you the fundamentals without you realizing it.

For…

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We started paying a lot more attention to the upcoming features of Microsoft Teams. And we started voting on features for the next release, especially getting more than 2x2 video streams at once (very…

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I started looking into Notion as a possible alternative for my personal Evernote. While I did evaluate Notion as a Confluence alternative for work, Confluence was still the better option .

From my…

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Snap Camera acts as a device camera. Once installed, set your Zoom (or any other video conference app) to use Snap Camera as source. It helps make video calls a lot more enjoyable in these times.

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a year ago

It's built in. Not sure if they used any of the technology from Skype, but it's very stable and audio is clear.

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a year ago

For my orgs use case, it really comes down to our usage of Office 365. Teams works really well in the ecosystem, bringing together everything from voice + video calls, chat, integration into…

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almost 2 years ago

Yup, then you can put them into your "My Day" section to focus on your daily tasks.

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almost 2 years ago

If you're on the Microsoft O365 platform, then Microsoft Todo integrates nicely with Outlook flagged emails.

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almost 2 years ago

Having a small team (10 users), it's a really great setup for us. Both feature wise and cost wise.

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With the recent updates to Confluence Cloud, it's the best option for our small team. If your team is 10 users or less, it's a flat $10 / month.

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From my experience, if you are in early stage, Trello works. Sure there are a lot of features it doesn't have natively, and reporting isn't all that great, but it's simplicity is what makes it work.

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almost 2 years ago

If you work within the Microsoft ecosystem, then hands down, Outlook is the best choice.

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almost 2 years ago

So far it's the only application I found that links flagged emails on Outlook to your to do list. If you rely on Outlook, then it's perfect.

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