Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Alt key codes give you access to hundreds of special ASCII characters, from accent marks to tiny icons. We show you how to use the Alt codes and also Word's Symbol library.
Excel makes it easy to find how many days there are between two dates. With a little more effort, you can find the number of days in which people will be actually working.
Working with ranges in Excel can speed up your formulas and macros, or help you navigate through your spreadsheets. It’s also a more efficient way to manage processes within your worksheets. Here's how to set them up.
Excel 2016's many new features include six new chart types. Here we cover Histogram, Pareto, and Waterfall, which cover statistical, trend, and other relationships.
With a little ingenuity, Drive can be a repository for all the articles, images, and other content you find online.
The bigger your spreadsheet, the more you need INDEX and MATCH functions, which you can combine with SUM, AVERAGE, and MAX to refine your searches.
Simplenote, Google Keep, and Apple Notes are simple apps that offer more productivity power than you'd think.
Onetastic's OneCalendar is a great way to view your notes organized by date.
Excel 2016 gives you six new chart styles. The three we explore here make it easier to compare data and show hierarchies and other relationships.
A Chrome extension from Microsoft makes life easier for Office Online users.
These three third-party apps leverage the power of Evernote to organize all facets of your busy life.
These add-ons will track your messages, schedule your meetings, and more.
Over half of all email gets opened on a mobile device, but you probably don't have a triage tool to help you sift, delegate and delete quickly. Try one of these.
Easily unsubscribe to bulk emails, manage an inactive account and more with these tips.
Excel 2016 offers a compelling list of new features, from database enhancements to new charts and templates, even a tool for handwriting quations.