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Workplace Collaboration Tool Teamly Ups Its Game

Workplace Collaboration Tool Teamly Ups Its Game
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    The team over at Teamly

    has taken some serious strides with the latest update. With a slew of new features (along with a bit of a new look), if you haven’t given this software-as-a-service designed to help out with workplace collaboration a try, you may want to give it a go now.

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    Here’s a list of just some of the changes:
    New user interface

    Teamly’s new interface allows users to now see their top priorities, tasks for later and also leftover items — all on one page. In addition, they can see them using separate views for the day, week, month, or quarter.

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    The Overview feature lets you look at everything on one page, which helps you plan. — although users who preferred the Classic view can still use it.
    Visibility

    The new news feed makes it even easier to see what colleagues are working on. Users can still access teams using the previous navigation method, but the news feed allows for users to quickly glance and see what’s going on. It also provides direct links to comment on an item, which is handy to keep the lines of communication open and workflow at an optimum.
    Mobile

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    Your mobile phone displays an optimized view of Teamly — one that loads faster and eliminates a lot of non-essential stuff. That means a better mobile experience and less clutter to boot.

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      Yammer integration

      For those who also use Yammer, they can now share individual accomplishments with colleagues on their company’s Yammer network. Once something is marked as complete, they can click on the Yammer icon that appears afterward.
      Share your progress anytime

      Users can create “report cards”  that show what they’ve done, and can share them with colleagues on Yammer, by email, or even externally on public social networks including Facebook and Twitter. They only need to simply click on the “Create Report” button, which is located just above the Priority list.

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      Want to get started with Teamly? Head over to the Teamly website and you’re on you way.

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