Do smartphones serve us – or do we serve them? I just recently discussed this topic on ThePodcast.fm (episodes 168 and 175). In addition, I just finished reading Cal Newport’s latest book, Digital Minimalism. All of this led me to review my system of apps, notifications and all the other stuff I constantly kept checking, even when I am spending time with my daughters… In this post, I’d like to share some of my thoughts on this subject with you.
The future looks bright for today’s small businesses. According to Capital One’s most recent Small Business Growth Index, optimism is at a record high, with 67 percent of small businesses viewing conditions as “good or excellent.” 65 percent of those surveyed cite business growth as the reason behind their enthusiasm, followed by national economic conditions and improved business operations.
Today, it is possible for all of us to create an online website and start earning money. With such attractive possibilities, there’s hardly anyone who hasn’t thought about it, creating a startup and making a fortune. After all, it sounds so easy.
Welcome back to our FAQ series in which we answer questions that our users ask in their e-mails. This month, we’re presenting labels.
I will answer a few of the most common questions about labels to show you how useful they are.
First things first: I’m heavily biased toward Nozbe. This post will demonstrate where my bias comes from. To me, Nozbe is much more than a simple task manager: it’s a whole-life system, guiding all areas of my life.
Can you believe that artificial intelligence and bots will soon revolutionize the world of project management? Any time now, we’ll all have access to systems that can perform day-to-day management and administration tasks without any human input. A scary thought… or an exciting one? Read on to see how AI will change the way we all work.
The entire Nozbe team will soon be meeting in-person for a few days again. This time, our gathering will take place in Stare Jablonki, a picturesque village in Masurian Lake District. As a result, our customer support may slow down at that time. However, we are going to be working hard every day of the reunion to make decisions that will form the future of Nozbe.
Today is 04/04, so we’re launching the preview of Nozbe 4, our new take on team productivity. It is a tool that will help small teams do great things.
After more than three years of work and a few months of internal testing, we’d like to invite some teams to be the first to test our brand new Nozbe 4 system. If you’re curious about what the future holds for Nozbe, read on:
Most people who create content use a content calendar (an editorial calendar) in some form. Simply put, a content calendar works as a sentinel for controlling the publication process and ensuring that your content appears regularly.
In this post, you’ll learn:
- How to plan your blog posts ahead of time using Nozbe
- How to leverage Nozbe categories to track the publication process (blog post status)
- How to schedule publication
- How to make writing a priority
- How to go pro with Nozbe’s hidden functions
At the heart of Nozbe are your projects. And that’s how you begin to create a content calendar…
Welcome back to our FAQ series in which we answer questions that our users ask in their e-mails. This month, we’re discussing data and different levels of access that team members might have in Nozbe. I will try to answer your questions and explain why it is useful to promote some of your users to team or project admins.