We love beautifully crafted presentations. We all talk about the presentation that left us in awe, but what’s less discussed is the effort that goes into creating one. Remember the moment when you just couldn’t find the right tool to edit an object? Or realized that a feature you assumed never existed, actually exists, tucked away in one corner of the presentation software? If only we had sufficient tips and tricks up our sleeves!! This week, we give you some really handy tips to create and deliver smart presentations using Zoho Show, our online presentation software.
During our last event in the UK, the Zoho team had a chance to visit Shakespeare’s Birthplace, where they chanced upon a previously undiscovered sonnet. We share it with you today in honor of Shakespeare’s birthday.
We started the series with the productivity tips from our online document management solution – Zoho Docs followed by Zoho Writer. Today, we will master our next online editor – Zoho Sheet.
Zoho Sheet is an online spreadsheet application that helps you organize your data, and analyze them while collaborating with your team online. While working with your numbers in Zoho Sheet can be a breeze, we have a few tips and tricks below which can help you get the best out of it.
In our previous blog post, we covered some exciting tips from Zoho Docs to help you be more productive. Today, we are delving a bit deeper to explore one of our online editors – Zoho Writer.
is an online word processor built and designed to help you create beautiful and professional looking documents easily. While Zoho Writer is intuitively crafted to make every user experience a breeze, the following tips will be extra helpful in boosting your productivity next time you work on Zoho Writer.
Did you know that almost 29% of the global workforce is mobile? These employees work from various locations, access office tasks on multiple devices and rely on a spectrum of apps to get their work done. One year ago, most of us would have only had basic apps for email or file storage on our mobile devices. Today, with more people migrating to a mobile ecosystem and working outside of a defined physical location, office documents are increasingly being viewed on smartphones and tablets.
This shift is mainly driven by the increasing use of mobile devices to complete routine office tasks. With a lot of marketing and sales professionals taking this route, it’s hardly surprising that a mobile edition of a presentation software is heavily sought.
We realize the need to support this changing work behaviour and help you in your day-to-day business while you are on the move. So, we are pleased to introduce the Slideshow Viewer version of our presentation app, Zoho Show, for both android and iOS devices.
Remember how when the year started, we were all geared up with exciting new resolutions! From kickstarting driving classes to joining the salsa dancing class or going backpacking around Europe – we had it all set. I did too. My goal was to help my users be ‘uber-productive’ this year!
Yes, my resolution was to help you spend less time figuring out stuff and more time doing it right. And if your goal was to be more productive this year – here’s a shot in the arm to keep you going.
Laid out below are the 9 best productivity tips from Zoho Docs to help you save time and create documents that are sure to impress your boss.
“The project deadline is on 10th of February 12:00 PM!”, screams row 1 of your open spreadsheet. Like you needed to be reminded, again. Several rows down, in $G$28, the expense for Dec 2014 is blank. It’s your job to figure this out. Three columns on the far right display a rash of “#REF”! Just when you thought you had your formulas figured out.
Spreadsheets present sleepless nights to millions of managers, accountants, consultants, analysts, and entrepreneurs. They demand your meticulous and scrupulous attention to detail. Satisfying when right, unforgiving when wrong. No other document is frowned upon or mocked more by professionals.