Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Asana announced a new feature on Thursday that's aimed at cutting down on emails asking when a particular task will be finished.
Create QR codes, customize Google Maps, and eliminate inefficiencies with these extensions.
IT administrators managing Dropbox deployments are supposed to have an easier time with it soon, thanks to improvements that the company announced Wednesday.
Microsoft is finally bringing one of the best features of its Outlook mobile app to the desktop: Focused Inbox.
Small business owners are getting a new feature tailored just for them in Microsoft Office 365 -- a full service system for scheduling appointments for their services on the internet.
Save emails, capture web pages, and create documents without leaving your browser tab.
Clean up clutter, correct grammar, improve tone, and just generally make a better impression with these apps and extensions.
Facebook's staff of 13,000 employees are now Microsoft Office 365 users, the social networking giant announced Tuesday.
Improve your productivity with safeguards against attention-grabbing websites and apps, a word processor that keeps you on task, and your own Pomodoro coach.
Pygmal Technologies' app, Space, lets you arrange multiple floating windows into a virtual desktop around your head—very similar to what Microsoft has promised with the HoloLens.
Let this Gmail Labs feature auto-sort your most important messages.
You can now view plain text files, documents protected with information rights management, and quickly edit a file directly from Outlook.
After a year on the market, Microsoft’s Sway presentation software has received features that are only available to paying customers, alongside a host of updates to its productivity service.
Microsoft's Outlook.com is used by some 400 million users around the world, so it's only natural that Salesforce wants its own software to play nicely with it. On Tuesday, the CRM giant announced a big step in that direction.
Dropbox made some major changes to its free tier on Wednesday, including support for read-only folders and a change to automatic photo uploads that requires users to download the Dropbox desktop app.