Archive for the ‘productivity’ tag
It’s 2012, all right. Some of us still save web pages locally, and this tip might help if you’re a Google Chrome user. Opening up the saved web page from your local computer will load it with its local address in the address bar. You might be wondering what the actual HTTP URL of the web page is, and thankfully Chrome beautifully saves along with the source code.
If you use Google Transliterate to frequently type in multiple languages, read on. Google Transliterate IME, the desktop version of Google Transliterate, allows you to switch between different languages while typing on your computer.
Every time you want to switch between languages, you have to pause typing and then use your mouse to change the language from the option near the system tray. This could get pretty tiring for the keyboard fanatics among us.
If you receive a ton of email newsletters in your inbox and if your email folders are far from zen, here are four specific ways to get back control over the same.
Browsers have grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years. Super rich features, you see. They help you to be productive all the time. Here are three tips that will help you save time when you’re engaged in a busy browsing session. These are commonly overlooked, so make sure you bookmark these for later reference!
(Guest Post by Krupesh)
If you thought the Gmail compose page was barebones, think again. There are plenty of features available in the compose window, but many of them are often overlooked upon.
Here are some features you might be missing. If you live and die by Gmail all day, these tips should certainly make you more productive.
If you’re a long-time Gmail user, you might be using a lot of its powerful features. You can do quite a number of things by fiddling with the Gmail URL as well. Learning these Gmail URL tricks could save you some time and make you productive, so read on: Read the rest of this entry »
Doing things on your computer could sometimes take more time than you think, and there are several applications that help you do it all faster. They let you save time and get to the real work quicker.
Here are eight of them. There’s a bonus tip at the end, so keep reading!
Evernote has become the de facto application for note taking and scrap booking for many of us. The user interface simply cuts the job and that’s why it’s one of the most popular note taking apps in the market.
Look below for some tips on making the best out of Evernote. We hope these are new to you. If you find a useful tip in here, do share the article on Facebook or Twitter.
You know, the humble keyboard shortcuts. From Ctrl+C to Ctrl+Alt+Delete, these key combos certainly help improve productivity. Here are some relatively lesser known keyboard shortcuts that can make your day in front of the computer better.
Try the shortcuts listed below and do share this page on Twitter or Facebook if you find something useful in here.
1. Cap the number of open tabs using No More Tabs
If you frequently open new sites that kill your time, this extension has been made just for you. No More Tabs lets you set a limit on the number of tabs you can open in a Chrome Window â€“ just dig up the No More Tabs Options to set a number. If your limit has been set as four and if you open tab five, the first tab gets killed automatically.