Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Google Tasks, integrated into Gmail, provides a simple way to create ordered task lists, complete with due dates, and even turn emails into action items.
These free and low-cost Windows programs will improve your desktop experience and boost your productivity. What are you waiting for? Go get 'em.
Have your email read to you, hide your inbox, master keyboard shortcuts, and more with these browser add-ons.
How do you find someone in an organization who can answer a burning question? That’s what Slack is trying to answer with an update to its search feature that was released for larger teams on Wednesday.
Has Microsoft really thought through its plan to retire Wunderlist? The many features missing from its preview make us wonder.
Microsoft is offering IT pros some new guidance on when they can expect major feature updates for Windows 10, Office 365's client applications, and System Center Configuration Manager.
Boost your productivity with recurring reminders, voice control of your PC and apps, and more.
Serial space tourist Charles Simonyi is returning to Microsoft to help it develop Office 365's team productivity capabilities
Slack is making it easier for coworkers to see what other people in their organization are up to, thanks to a new status messages feature unveiled Thursday.
With recurring reminders, more touch gestures, and enhanced security, the latest Windows update makes it easier to get things done.
Microsoft is hosting an education-focused event in New York on May 2, where the tech titan is expected to reveal new software and hardware.
Dropbox Paper users will now be able to edit their documents offline while using mobile devices, thanks to an update released Tuesday.
No more toggling between browser tabs for the tools you need. These extensions put everything you need on one page.
Tableau is making a big change in the way it sells its business intelligence products. The company announced Thursday that all of its software will be available as a subscription, rather than a single license plus a service fee.
These apps use everything from cold facts to tough love to keep your smartphone use from killing your productivity.