Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
Can't be bothered to write down a to-do list? Todoed lets you create tasks by highlighting text followed by a right-click.
Tired of constantly hitting that Windows key when you want to take multiple screenshots? Try using Sticky Keys instead.
Evernote has a great browser extension called Clearly that helps you clip articles for later in a reader-friendly view.
Use this trick and you'll never have to wade through your inbox for buried files again.
Yes, everyone says IMAP is the way to go when accessing your email via third-part clients, but depending on your needs POP3 may be a better choice.
It can be a real pain to figure out where that file is you just downloaded. Here are two quick tips to help.
Don't overlook these little-known features of Docs, Sheets, and Slides.
Wanna get away ...from your email? Outlook 2013's Automatic Replies feature lets you reply to and sort messages while you're out of the office. Here's how you can use it to relax on your next vacation and come back to a nice, tidy inbox.
It's a multi-platform world. Learn how the versatile Export tool can make your presentation readable on any kind of device.
Evernote's notes and notebooks are great until you have too many of them, too stuffed with stuff. Use these advanced search operators to help you sort through the virtual piles.
Using IFTTT and Feed Rinse, you can filter your RSS feeds by keyword, and have breaking news sent to your phone via text messaging. It's the perfect solution for up-to-the-minute news on very specific subjects.