11 Ways Technology Can Boost Productivity

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Technology can boost productivityTechnology is great for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and all types of businesses. Technology can boost productivity.

Technology has enabled millions of people to discover new connections. It has enabled businesses to expand their markets. It’s enabled families and friends to stay in touch, no matter where they’re located.  These are only a few of the benefits of technology. 

Nonetheless, technology comes with its own headaches—chief among them the extra work it takes to stay on top of all the tech we now manage. Happily, there are some smart tools that make it easier and less stressful for you to do the things you love and the things you want to do online, and they come from a source that you may not have thought of.  You may already have the main source at your fingertips.  Technology can boost productivity, whether you use it exclusively for business or it’s part of your everyday life.

These tools are called Chrome Extensions; they’re basically add-ons to different programs or apps you run and are designed to streamline and automate certain common functions.

The following Infographic will highlight 11 of these extensions and provide you with details on how they can boost your productivity.

For example, Your to-do lists: It sometimes can be hard to prioritize, but the Dayboard extension does it for you with a daily list of five to-dos and a history of completed tasks.

What other extensions should you use to boost productivity? Let’s explore the following Infographic for options that can make a huge difference:

 

 
Which of these extensions will you start using to boost your productivity?
 
To learn more about how to use Chrome extensions to enhance your Chrome experience, you can check out this eCourse from Betthany Petty:  Google Chrome: Apps, Extensions, and the Bookmark Bar.

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11 Ways Technology Can Boost Productivity — 1 Comment

  1. Great article on technology, Yvonne. I am not a techie so some of this is like Greek to me :), however I can give a positive testimony for Buffer. I like the ease of using it and how much of a time saver it is. Although I use it for post scheduling, I make sure I go into my social platforms daily for posting/replying personally and answering any questions. I think that’s critical for building relationships.

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