So how many of those hundreds of apps out there that promise “increased productivity” and “optimized workflow” actually deliver and make your project easier?
Here’s a list of eight apps that will make your next project easier:
Asana – A hybrid project manager and task list app, Asana offers collaboration features for individuals and teams. It lets you keep up with assignments, tasks, attach files from Dropbox, and sync to the web-based version.
Azendoo – Another hybrid project management and task tool that offers a top-down view and plugs into popular services like Evernote and Dropbox. Upload files to projects, track assignments, make comments and check on the status of teammates.
Cisco WebEx – Great for when team members travel, Cisco WebEx helps you conduct meetings remotely complete with PowerPoint presentations and shared files. Plus, it supports two-way video.
Dropbox – The quintessential app for file sharing and document collaboration. With Dropbox you can share .PDFs, files and folders, plus select files to access offline at a later time.
Evernote Business – Ideal for communication between departments, Evernote Business is like a digital whiteboard that shares knowledge across your company, department or team that everyone can access, share and edit.
Flow – Designed to make project management simple and collaborative, Flow keeps everyone involved in a project on the same page with project folders, individual components, assignments and itemized task lists.
Trello – This is an ideal app for organizing all of the components of a project into columns, cards and lists. Team members can add details, comment on, assign from person to person, and add new boards for new projects.
Yammer – An amped-up group chat app that also allows you to share photos/files and track projects, along with dozens of add-on apps to help make any team more productive.