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New Clutterpad feature: Todo List Templates

Tweet Introducing Clutterpad Todo List Templates What happens when you have to organize something over and over again? Say you organize events regularly or create websites. Every time you organize a new event or create a new website, there is a checklist of things that you have to do. Until now, you would have had to create a todo list …

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Clutterpad offers new feature: Subscriptions to iCal

Tweet We’ve had a lot of requests for the ability to subscribe to Clutterpad calendars using the iCalendar format and now this feature is now live. You can subscribe to: 1. One specific calendar 2. All calendars in one project 3. All calendars in all projects You can also subscribe to your Clutterpad calendar(s) by using your iPhone, iPad, Android, …

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Time Tracking, Price Reductions and $9 Basic Plan

Tweet We’re so excited to inform you of a number of changes we’ve made. New: Time Tracking We’ve added Time Tracking to the Bronze Plan ($19) and up. You can add Time Logs ‘freestyle’ or you can add them to Todo Items. Of course, you can then generate reports to see how many hours you’ve worked and on what. Never forget …

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Clutterpad is here: Awesome Project Management

Tweet We’ve all been waiting and Clutterpad is finally here. So what is it? It’s an awesome online project management and collaboration tool with todo lists, calendars, messages, chat rooms, contacts, document version control and an online file manager. Visit the Clutterpad Tour Page to view video tours of each section. Alternatively, Sign up now to get a free 1-month …

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Are Mobile on-Demand Movies a Game Changer?

Tweet   Blockbuster is allowing users to download movies on Windows 7 and Android phones. It’s definitely innovative, but do you consider it a game changer? Or to put it another way, is this feature alone enough to sway you to pick a Windows 7 or Android phone over an iPhone?

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Microsoft Employees Using iPhones?

Tweet It seems like 10% of their employees secretly do. That brings up the question – do you believe in the company you work for? I remember when I used to do support work for a certain software, I always thought to myself that if it was up to me I would never utilize that software in my company, yet …

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Growth vs. Stability

Tweet What’s most important to you? Most companies provide stability in terms of steady raises and a secure position. Sometimes though, to achieve more drastic growth it requires switching to a different company. This can also include feelings of disloyalty in certain circumstances as well. What’s your priority and how do you balance what’s best for you?

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We are on Facebook

Tweet Check out the Clutterpad Facebook Page.

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Micropayments?

Tweet There’s a good read in light of our previous article – Digital Price Points – over at Harvard Business Review regarding Micropayments. And yet, here’s the great irony — I couldn’t honestly tell you how much I’m spending on text messaging (with two college-age offspring, maybe I don’t really want to know). I spend $49.99 on high-speed Internet access …

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Before You Change Your Twitter Handle…

Tweet One of the great things about Twitter is the ability to change your username without losing your friends and mentions. The downside of this is that it frees up your old name. I recently saw someone change their name, only to have someone else take the old name and impersonate them. To keep this from happening follow this very …

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