Google Tasks redesigned and Productive uses of Photography

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Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Google Tasks redesigned and Productive uses of Photography

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‘Workcations’ Are a Total Scam 

CNBC: Here’s how the best teams run their meetings, according to a CEO who is ‘obsessed with productivity’

Eliminate The “30, 60 And 90” Tradition To Increase Productivity, Sanity And Time

Survey: 90% of Americans Want Less Meetings at Work to Enhance Productivity

This Is Why You Think Procrastination Is Beyond Your Control – The Good Men Project

What Is the Flowtime Technique? How to Boost Your Productivity With It

Zoom Gains Focus Mode to Help Reduce Distractions in Virtual Classrooms 

Comment: Samsung and Google’s new Wear OS gives the Apple Watch much-needed competition 

Google Lens for Desktop takes a cue from Android by adding region search capabilities

Microsoft Teams update eliminates a major productivity killer | TechRadar

MindNode’s Outlining Feature Now on iPhone and iPad 

Computerworld: The best new Chrome OS feature you aren’t yet using

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Snapseed – Apps on Google Play (August 23)

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