Top 18 Productivity and Collaboration software


Productivity and Collaboration tools allow to plan and organize your personal time, manage tasks, calendars, collaborate with co-workers.
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Asana is the shared task list for your team, where you can plan, organize & stay in sync on everything.As fast as a text editor. Plenty of keyboard shortcuts, fewer page loads and mouse clicks. Asana is one app that won't get in your way.
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Get organized as fast as you can think. The easy-to-use interface takes no time to learn, and every action is instantaneous, so there’s nothing standing between you and your sweet productive flow. Trello is great alone, but even better with others. Get the whole group onboard in seconds. See their updates in real time.
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Todoist lets you manage your tasks anywhere. At home. At school. At work. Online. Offline. And on 13 platforms and devices. Collaborate on shared tasks. Access tasks everywhere.
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Wunderlist is the easiest way to manage and share your to-do lists. Whether you’re planning an overseas adventure, sharing a shopping list with a loved one or running your very own business, Wunderlist is here to help you achieve great things.
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Things is a delightful and easy to use task manager. You'll get started in no time, entering and organizing your to-dos. You'll discover how Things truly makes you more productive. And soon you'll realize that achieving your goals comes more naturally – one to-do at a time.
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OmniFocus is designed to quickly capture your thoughts and ideas to store, manage, and help you process them into actionable to-do items. Perfect for many different systems, OmniFocus helps you work smarter by giving you powerful tools to stay on top of all the things you need to do. From ‘Call mom’ to ‘Submit Annual Report to Investors’.
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Any.do is here to help you manage life in a simple clever & fun way. Any.do is a family of apps designed to help you have a good day, every day: interesting, productive, well-balanced & fun. Featuring innovative & modern life planning tools.
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The smart way to manage tasks. Doit.im is a Cross-platform Best Online GTD Service, which can sync with Phones. Under the guidance of excellent task management principles.
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Using Nozbe to manage your time is easy. Inspired by world-famous GTD (Getting Things Done) methodology. Thanks to our desktop and mobile web applications as well as our native Android, iPhone and iPad apps everyone in your team can access Nozbe on their favorite devices. We are world-first to offer such flexibility!
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Become organized. Keep related tasks and projects together under color coded lists. Create powerful perspectives of your tasks, saving you the time spent finding specific tasks otherwise. Take control of your complicated life by using a combination of tasks, projects and checklists.
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Remember the Milk (RTM) is an application for web-based task- and time-management. It allows users to manage tasks from computer as well as offline. It is being developed by an Australian/international team.
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RescueTime is an elegant and intuitive web-based time management tool. Intuitive time-management analytics. Instantly know how much time you’re spending
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Easily work with other people on shared projects with Toodledo's collaboration tools. A permission system allows you to set exactly who has the ability to read, add and edit your tasks.
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Web and mobile app that helps you handle work on the go. You can use Tasks to create tasks and subtasks, and even add due dates with notifications to help you stay on track.
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Managing your to-dos and lists can sometimes take as much effort as completing them. To-Do helps you focus and plan your day from the moment you open the app. To-Do is built on Office 365. Integration with Outlook makes it easy to stay on top of your Outlook Tasks from anywhere.
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HiTask is a web based task manager and to do list tool. Using HiTask as your task manager, you can handle your to do list, manage teamwork, and use it as your personal scheduler and appointment setter.
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Azendoo is a Teamwork Application. Organize your tasks, plan your projects, share your documents and sync with your team, without email. Azendoo groups all your teamwork in one place so that you can plan, share and get organized, together.
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This is a web service to help you manage projects. Here you can assign tasks to yourself and your colleagues, monitor their progress and control workflow. Papirus combines organizing issues and communicating on them. Papirus replaces email by allowing you to organize tasks, track their progress and communicate in the same software.

Latest news about Productivity and Collaboration software


2019. Todoist introduced task sections and imroved task page


Task lists in Todoist don’t have to be an endless list of checkboxes anymore. You can now create sections in your projects. You can then move tasks from one section to another, and collapse sections when you don’t need to see them. Labels are now sorted in two categories — your personal labels and shared labels with other co-workers. Todoist has also added a new task view on desktop and mobile that centralizes everything you can do related to a task. You can modify the due date and priority level, see comments, add labels and more. Even better, you can see all the subtasks associated with a specific task in this new view.


2019. Microsoft integrated its personal organizer app To-Do with Outlook


Microsoft has released a new version of its Microsoft To-Do personal organizer. It features full customization of color scheme and background, 2-factor authorization, smart recommendations for creating today's task list. Finally, the integration with Outlook is implemented: the Flagged Email list in the app displays flagged messages from Outlook.com. Also, it features integration with project management service Microsoft Planner, voice assistants Alexa and Cortana. At the end of the blog announcement, Microsoft hinted the closure of the Wunderlist service, which was acquired by the company 4 years ago and became the base on which To-Do was built. After that the Wunderlist founder Christian Reber asked Microsoft (via Twitter) to buy it back to make an open-source product.




2019. Task management software Asana launched Workload to help prevent burnout


Asana, the task management platform, launched Workload, a new feature for its paying users that aims to help prevent burnout. It does so by making it easier for businesses to fairly distribute work across their teams and, if necessary, redistribute it. The general idea behind Workload is that it provides a central view of how much more work any given team can currently handle. Team members can customize their own workload based on criteria like points or hours and, maybe most importantly, set capacity limits. It’s no secret that burnout is a major problem and, according to Asana’s own research, 80% of global knowledge workers say they consistently feel overworked and close to burnout.


2019. Microsoft brought its To-Do app to Mac



Microsoft is bringing its To-Do app to the Mac. It will support most of the core features right away, including the ability to create and manage tasks, work offline, share lists, utilize tags and more. It also will integrate with Microsoft Outlook to pull in your “Flagged” email list and will support integration with Planner soon, allowing you to see any items assigned to you. The Mac version also takes advantage of its new platform to offer a handful of keyboard shortcuts, like ⌘2 to minimize the app so it only displays the list view, and ⌘1 to return to viewing all your lists. You can click on a task’s text to edit it directly from the list view, as well.


2018. Trello acquired business process automation tool Butler



Trello, the collaboration tool owned by Atlassian, announced an acquisition of light-weight business process automation tool Butler. What Butler brings to Trello is the power of automation, stringing together a bunch of commands to make something complex happen automatically. Over the years, teams have discovered that by automating processes on Trello boards with the Butler Power-Up, they could spend more time on important tasks and be more productive. Butler helps teams codify business rules and processes, taking something that might take ten steps to accomplish and automating it into one click. This means that Trello can be more than a static organizational tool. Instead, it can move into the realm of light-weight business process automation.