Showing posts with label Apps. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Apps. Show all posts

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Role Of Google Apps In Project Management Software

Role Of Google Apps In Project Management Software
Google application plays a very important role in project management software for making your project complete and successful. Nowadays most of the people use project management software for completing their projects or tasks effectively and efficiently. Google's online applications offer the ability to collaborate Google with project management software by using email, calendar, and document editing solutions. Signing up for Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Docs is free and easy. Many features are available via Google Apps and they are highly reliable and fast. One key feature that sets project management software apart from others is Google Apps integration. You can tie your project and task deadlines to Google Calendar, right from within the web app, automatically. You can also attach documents directly from your Google Docs account, as well as you can upload them from your hard drive. Sharing documents is a fundamental part of working in groups, large or small. Most people at the workplace still share documents through email, which can be a hassle. Its easy to lose track of which version different people are using and its difficult to access your files when youre away from your computer. Project management software makes file sharing and collaboration easier with the ability to upload Google Docs to project management software directly from your Google Account. You can upload and store any type of file to project management software right from your Google Account. You can add multiple Google contacts in your project management software account that saves your time as well. You can access your files with the help of Google Docs from anywhere at any time. You can also access spreadsheet, drawing with in the hub. You can import Google applications like Google Docs, Google calendars, Google contacts, Spreadsheets, drawings, etc in project management software and for this we do not need to sign up in 2 or 3 accounts, this will save our time and you can access these things from any where at any time.

You can easily utilize existing Google Docs, Google Calendars and Google apps accounts in your projects; avoid hundreds of emails per person per week. Role of Google Application in project management software is that you can login with your Gmail account, attach Google Docs and uploaded files to tasks and projects. Also project calendars synchronize with shared Google calendars. Google Apps integration provides an integrated environment to effectively collaborate on projects. Integration with Google Application is a great way to collaborate and share Docs and Spreadsheets across and outside of the domain.



John Nash is writer who writes articles for ProofHub. To know more about Google application integration with ProofHub or ProofHub Google Docs visit www.proofhub.com/.




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Thursday, August 24, 2017

2 Important Twitter Updates on Apps and URL Wrapping

2 Important Twitter Updates on Apps and URL Wrapping

If you've been a Twitter user for quite sometime now, then you by now you must already know about the changes (Twitter Applications and OAuth) that they announced recently about Twitter Apps and URL wrapping. In case you missed these updates for Twitter Apps, let me tell you about it.


We all have an idea that there are a lot of applications built using the Twitter API, right? They come in different varieties, including desktop applications, websites or Well, the first update has involves the authorization rules for these applications:


The first update: Changes to how users allow third-party Twitter applications.


Applications will start to utilize OAuth to access Twitter accounts. This Twitter Applications and OAuth update is devised to make applications more secure and centralized.


OAuth allows Twitter applications to access users' accounts without directly asking for, or storing, their passwords. Twitter says that desktop and mobile apps might ask for a password once after this app changes is up, but will not need it again. We can see a list of all authorized applications under the "Connections" setting in our Twitter account.


According to Twitter, what this means for us is:


Applications are not allowed to store your password.


The applications will continue to work if you change your password.


A few applications you have been using may need you to reauthorize them or it may stop working at the time of this change.


All applications you have allowed will be listed at http://twitter.com/settings/connections.


You can cancel access to any application at any time from the list.


To learn more about Oauth, visit the Twitter blog http://blog.twitter.com/2010/08/twitter-applications-and-oauth.html.


The second update: Making URLs more convenient for users wanting to share links.


Many Twitter users use bit.ly to shorten URLs. There's also ow.ly in Hootsuite, but Twitter is broadening its own URL wrapping service -- t.co. Links shortened using this will still show the domain and part of the URL so that users know what they are clicking on, and the great thing about this is that users will be immediately routed through Twitter's malware checker before being processed on to the link itself!


These changes for Twitter applications will be slowly rolled out for some users over the next few weeks, and should be ready for use by the end of the year.


What do you think of the changes in Twitter?



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Saturday, August 19, 2017

HTML 5 vs Mobile Apps

HTML 5 vs Mobile Apps

Years ago, Google predicted that mobile search would be bigger than PC search and that applications for mobile phones would be replaced by Web sites designed specifically for mobiles. Since that time, mobile search has indeed seen explosive growth with the rapid development of smart phones, helped along in large part thanks to Apple’s iPhone and Google’s Android mobile operating system.


The iPhone’s biggest selling point is the >250,000 mobile applications available to download from Apple’s iTunes store (some for free, some paid), along with all their media content. Android is catching up fast with over 100,000 applications available in their ‘Market’.


While Apple are control freaks and like to moderate everything that happens on their devices, adopting a ‘walled garden’ approach to mobile internet, Google prefer to allow anyone and everyone to write software for their Android platform. A strategy which seems to be working as Android devices now outsell their iPhone rivals.


Google probably realise that mobile applications are merely an intermediate step in the evolution of mobile content. Developing a mobile phone application for every major smartphone OS is very expensive and time consuming. Apple probably hopes that this situation will persist as they can really control the content on their smartphones and iPods and hope to maintain their market advantage. Many mobile applications never get released on iTunes, without Apple so much as explaining why they won’t approve them. Indeed, Apple doesn’t allow Flash on their phones at all!


HTML 5 could replace the large majority of mobile applications as many of them do not require advanced functionality that is beyond the capabilities of its language. It would also dramatically lower the cost for anyone wanting to offer their product or service across the major smartphone OS’s.  So why aren’t HTML 5 sites already replacing mobile applications?


There are a few reasons. HTML 5 is not an official standard yet, and different browsers offer different HTML 5 compatibility. Therefore it is still difficult for Web developers to create mobile ‘applications’ using HTML 5 which will work perfectly across the major smartphones. Secondly, Apple won’t get behind HTML 5 sites for mobiles as they are making far too much money from iTunes apps. Thirdly, Apple/Google/Microsoft/Nokia need to work out a way for users to easily find and ‘bookmark’ their favourite HTML 5 sites and access them via icons on their phone.


I foresee an HTML 5 ‘marketplace’ being created by someone (if it doesn’t already exist) and catching on in the not too distant future. Web developers and designers can then show off what they can do with HTML 5 and hopefully have as much success as some of the mobile application developers. The whole point of the Internet is that it is open and (largely) free. Google appears to understand this concept and is helping it come to mobiles with Android. The ‘walled garden’ concept pioneered by AOL failed and we have to hope won’t hang around for long on mobiles either.


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