As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, companies both large and small are restricting travel and asking employees to work remotely to help prevent the virus from spreading. While telecommuting has been growing and gaining acceptance with employers over the past decade, this sudden shift to remote work presents near-term challenges for both employers and workers.
More and more workers are using high resolution monitors and have embraced multiple screens. But not everyone is getting the most out of their expanded screens or multi-screen set ups. The key to really being productive on multiple monitors is using the space wisely.
You wouldn’t wear both a belt and suspenders. So Why are you still using Dropbox when you have Google Drive?
Have you or your company recently changed from Dropbox to Google Drive? We've found that some longtime Dropbox users resist the change because they miss the familiar features and find Drive challenging to work with. This can result extra costs due to having to pay for redundant software licenses for multiple storage solutions.
If you’ve used Outlook, you may miss viewing messages and their replies as individual entries in your Inbox. Gmail groups emails together in conversations with the newest email on the bottom. A conversation breaks off into a new conversation if the subject line changes or the conversation gets to more than 100 emails.
The intent is to help give each new email context by grouping it with what should be related messages, Many people love conversations. But many others do not.
Since its introduction, G Suite’s cloud-based approach and simplicity has won over millions of businesses. Google says that more than four million organizations are paying G Suite customers, up from two million a couple of years ago. It’s success has been a wake up call for Microsoft and the catalyst for significant changes in Office which has long been the dominant productivity suite for enterprises.
One of the main reasons people love using Kiwi is that it saves them time. Sometimes the biggest time wasters are the numerous seemingly small things that you do repeatedly during the course of your day. Time spent doing routine things like finding files or switching back and forth between documents really adds up over time. Not only does Kiwi shave time off these routine tasks, but it will also reduce frustration and make you feel like you're spending more of your day getting things done.
Summer is here. The days are longer and there's more distractions than any other time of the year. Maintaining your focus at work is more challenging than ever. So what can we do to make sure we're still getting everything we need to do done?
In the Kiwi spirit of productivity, this blog post will outline several ways to bring your A-game to the workplace this summer.
Mix up your routine.
Administrative Assistants are the unsung heroes of every organization.. They operate behind the scenes to make sure things get done and that offices operate efficiently. In companies that use G Suite, Gmail and its other apps provide great functionality that Administrative Assistants can use to get more organized and improve the way they communicate and collaborate with the people they support.
At Kiwi, we’re big proponents of productivity. But there are several pesky habits that sometimes make our lives a lot harder...and we often don’t even realize how much they can impact our ability to get things done. This blog post will summarize these problems and, in true Kiwi for Gmail fashion, give you some actionable takeaways to make you more productive!
Kiwi for G Suite is loaded with features that will improve your productivity when using Gmail and G Suite apps like Docs, Sheets and Slides. Many of them are obvious, like all of the convenient buttons we’ve added to the intuitive new toolbar on the left side of the traditional Gmail interface that provide quick access to all G Suite applications and documents. You may not know about the helpful keyboard shortcuts we’ve created to save you even more time.