From charting out flight plans to building a whole new website, everything is now available at your fingertips. Businesses, small or big, are going mobile-first to keep their employees’ productive and customers happy.
With increasing number of customers opting to go mobile, Zoho has been developing a number of native mobile apps to help the customers work seamlessly without being chained to the office desk .
The mobile version of Zoho Docs was launched to help users manage their files and folders on the go. Today, I am excited to announce the Zoho Docs for Android, geared towards making your mobile experience more enjoyable. With the option to edit documents on the go, Zoho Docs Version 2.5 for Android, is designed to take document management to the next level.
Sharing Becomes Easier:
Now you can share documents to and from any installed application in your phone instantly. With just a few clicks you can select the file you want to share and choose from the list of installed apps in your phone and share right away. Read more
Presentations are canvases that narrate rich stories. The presenter now resembles a story teller with a script or a broader idea from which a captivating story is told. Unlike a narrator holding a book though, presenters have traditionally relied on slides projected on the screen to guide the audience. Unfortunately, there is very little access to content beyond the brief script on the slide - a major headache for presenters who deliver long presentations.
This is where the Presenter View benefits speakers. Presenter view enables you to see what the audience is viewing on the screen, while also having an extended version of the presentation open on your laptop. This means, as a presenter you no longer have to depend on the same slides duplicated on two screens. You also have access to elaborate slide content and a set of other tools that makes presentations effortless. Read more
Looking for that one file you can’t locate, when your boss is hovering over your shoulders? Or the embarrassing situation you find yourself in, when you are frantically searching for a report in between a presentation.
These are the few situations that might arise if you keep your files cluttered and haphazard. The solution is pretty simple – organize your files. With a dash of commitment, pinch of dedication and a bit of your time, planning and keeping your important documents in order becomes an easy job. With Zoho Docs, uploading and storing files is now easier than ever.
Gone are the days when file security meant locking the drawer to your file cabinet to protect your sensitive documents. As we all know, today, most of our documents are created and saved online – but are they more secure now than in old file cabinets? Well, with the right precautions, they certainly can be.
Cloud storage, online document sharing, and real-time collaboration are just some of the new document management technologies that offer businesses the ability to quickly and accurately generate professional documents that can be shared with colleagues, business partners and customers. Modern cloud document management and collaboration tools have taken the speed of business to another level. Cloud or online applications in a simple sense is the ability for users to access applications and store data from anywhere, at anytime, without having to install the application on their machines. A simple to understand cloud application is Facebook. You log into Facebook, add comments to your timeline, upload photos and interact with your friends and logout. But, the data remains on Facebook long after you logout, because the application and the data resides on Facebook servers, “in the cloud”.
While the benefits and productivity gains of cloud-based document management are apparent, the question of document security may not be. But, with some simple tips and best practices, businesses and users can take advantage of these modern storage and collaboration tools with the comfort of knowing that their documents are also secure.
Multiple users, one huge document and a lot of review comments to be implemented. Sounds like a nightmare?
Well, it can turn out to be one without the right tool. Collaboration is a breeze when you can keep a track of all the changes made to the document by each user. And what is the best way to do that? – Track changes it is!
Taking the popular demands into account; I am excited to bring you the announcement of our latest feature - Track Changes for Zoho Writer, the online document editor of Zoho Docs.
Let’s say you are away from your office attending a client meeting in NY. You have a critical presentation to create and deliver at your office in CA , the next day. With a tight deadline and a busy tour schedule, the airport lounge suddenly becomes your ideation hub (minus, of course, the resources and luxury at hand in an office). As first-cut ideas start evolving, you realize you need something more than your mind to structure and save presentation slide concepts for further reference.
Luckily, you are carrying a laptop. You think you are saved until you realize that it is indeed frustrating to open, boot and use your clumsy laptop to write something every time an idea pops up! Certainly not the kind of situation you wish to be in (especially with an important presentation lined up).
What could help you, though, is a tool as efficient as a pocket book, something you could carry around and use effortlessly to type your ideas, wherever you are. How about a presentation tool that fits in your pocket?
Four years ago, I started working in a publishing house as an editor. Soon after I joined, it became clear to me that a key part of my job was to collaborate with multiple players. Working with people to publish a single book is a mammoth task. It takes up a lot of time and is exhausting. At the end of each day, you feel you didn’t get any editing done at all because you spent all your time making sure everyone was ‘on the same page’. Pun intended.
When I started using Zoho, it changed the way I edited. I felt more productive and got more done in less time.
Here are three reasons I’m ‘booked on‘ Zoho Docs: Read more