Cloud-based applications have taken over the workplace, with businesses now using everything from Zendesk and Google Calendar, to Dropbox and Highrise to manage work schedules and share documents in an efficient way. Hojoki is an application that companies can use to streamline their operations even further, by combining multiple apps into one.
Working together with employers, employees, and clients is easier when you use cloud-based applications. But what happens when one application isn’t enough? One client may prefer sharing documents through Dropbox, while another likes Evernote. One colleague might post his schedule on Google Calendar, while another uses Ta-Da List. Jumping from app to app all day to manage task lists and share documents is hardly a good use of your time. Instead, sign up for Hojoki and all those apps will come to you. Add connections for each off the apps you want to integrate into your Hojoki account. Once you’re done with the authorizing process, you’ll be able to view all the activities from all the apps you’ve connected on your main Hojoki page. Sort activities by type or person, or search for a specific keyword or phase to pull up a particular item.
Not only can you read the updates your colleagues are posting on other apps and services, but you can respond to them through Hojoki, as well. Create new projects within the Hojoki app and configure auto-sharing to ensure all the updates you post are cross-posted on selected apps. Hojoki can save people time and headaches when it comes to managing projects with multiple colleagues and clients.
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