Here are some amazing random cool stuff that I found on the internet this week - just click and enjoy!
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1. Team Chat App:
Microsoft designed their Microsoft Teams chats app for meetings and documents. It works well for random conversations but is at its best when you're hammering out a proposal or outlining a project together with a team. Microsoft Teams organizes channels under teams. Invite everyone who should be in that team, and they'll automatically be able to join in every channel in that team.
2. Accounting Software:
Profitbooks is a cloud accounting software specifically designed for small businesses. It is a cloud-based accounting solution that lets you create invoices, track expenses and manage inventory, helping you save time and manage finances efficiently.
3. Time Tracker:
Among the best time tracking apps, Harvest is a top option for teams. Don't get me wrong. It's a stellar option for solo entrepreneurs, too. But it's built to handle a collaborative workload in a way that's clear and easy to understand. If tracking and organizing a team's time isn't your strong suit, then Harvest is a great app to help you get the job done.
Zoho Survey is a simple and straightforward online survey application that can be used for basic survey requirements. It offers a range of pre-built as well as custom templates that prove useful for organizations in conducting surveys in business areas such as marketing research, marketing, human resources, education, consumer satisfaction, and more.
5. Payments App:
Use the Skrill app to send money to friends and relatives, pay and play online, or make quick and easy international payments to merchants. Store your credit and debit cards and bank details securely. Spend funds instantly while keeping your financial details private. Send or receive money in 40 currencies across 200 countries. Each month, enjoy new merchant offers, deals, and bonuses.
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Project Close Checklist
You finally delivered the project and had the go live drinks. The team is now breaking up but there are a few things the project manager needs to do to make sure the project is closed and wrapped up. These are grouped into:
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You may also find some of the tools and templates that I have used to deliver projects for startups here, including the most popular item in the store, a project quote tool that helps you build a fully costed project commercial model. You can find it here.