Best Productivity Tools

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  1. potentialeight

    potentialeight Member

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    Kind of random, but there's this free program I use called WinSplit Revolution, not sure where I even found the damn thing, but it's a Windows window management tool that makes it really easy to send windows to different parts of the screen based on taking up a certain % of the width and height of the screen, etc.
     
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    James Member

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    Slack has been amazing over the past few months, feels like there are new features and integrations every single day.
    They just came out with calls and group calls - such a brilliant tool for team productivity.
    Being able to centralize everything on Slack via integrations has made life a lot easier & work much more efficient.
     
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  3. cardine

    cardine Administrator Staff Member

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    I agree with this - Slack is probably one of my most used tools for keeping everything and everyone organized. Pivotal Tracker and Git integrations are awesome - anytime anyone makes a code change or commit Slack will automatically notify everyone subscribed to that product's channel, and every time someone creates/starts/finishes a task in Pivotal Tracker it does the same.
     
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    dzianis Moderator Staff Member

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    It's been great. I'm often 10-15 minutes late turning that thing on, but I'm getting used :)

    Right now I have like 6 or so larger "projects" so this has been enough. I'll keep the tag tip in mind!
     
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    I spent 2 days learning about each of these productivity tools lol. thanks so much guys.