Top 10 free tools for business productivity

Top 10 free tools for business productivity

IFTTT is one of the productivity tools to manage and automate tasks. Integrates with hundreds of popular web services: Gmail users can use IFTTT to send automatic responses, and people managing social networks can configure and manage posts on all platforms.


2. Slack
Slack unifies the communications of your entire team. Through this productivity software, you can create channels to chat, share files and much more. In this way, you and your team can be connected 24 hours a day. It integrates with the applications you use on a daily basis, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, Twitter, Trello, etc. As with other programs, slack has a free plan with some limitations regarding storage (5GB for the whole team) and integrations. Slack is available on iOS and Android.

3. Asana
Asana is one of the most popular productivity software. It facilitates communication and collaboration between teams, allows you to create projects and tasks, and track from various browsers and devices. You can add the members you want, share files and communicate with them.

4. Microsoft Todo

There is nothing more frustrating than “forgetting” an important task that you had to do. For this reason, we consider it essential to have, in this collection of productivity software, an option that allows you to store and manage to-do lists. Microsoft To Do is available for free, and syncs across iPhone, Android, Windows 10, and the web.

5. Canva
Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters and other visual content. It is available on web and mobile, and integrates millions of images, fonts, templates and illustrations.

6. Doodle
Doodle is a free online appointment scheduler that can be used to book meetings and other events with friends, colleagues and anyone else. Doodle is great because there is no hassle involved, it is incredibly quick, and anyone can use it.

7. Trello
Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done. Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your projects in a fun, flexible, and rewarding way.

8. Calendly

Calendly is a simple, easy-to-use, yet powerful scheduling software, which aims to save time, accelerate sales, and improve service quality. It eliminates the old-school way of using email and phone tags for scheduling appointments, calls, interviews, demos, and more.

9. Google Meet/Zoom/Webex/Microsoft Team

Google Meet/ Zoom/Webex/ Microsoft Team is a video-communication services. These apps allow you to do video meetings from your browser or mobile app for free. Using your browser, share your video, desktop, and presentations with teammates and customers.

10. Loom
Loom is free screen casting software available via Chrome extension or a desktop app. You can use Loom on Mac, Windows, Chromebooks, and iOS devices (iPad/iPhone) Loom allows you to record your camera and screen with audio. You can then download your video, embed it on your blog, or share it via a URL.

And Finally a Bonus tool for data storage…

11. Google Drive/OneDrive/Dropbox
Storage programs are very important in any field. They allow you to have backups and backup copies of all kinds of documents. Including photographs, videos, texts, recordings, etc.