CollaborationBring Your Team Together
Email is no longer enough to keep up with the productivity demands of the modern workplace. Teams are often distributed; working from the office, home, and across time zones. SkinnyOffice Collaborate organizes itself around your business to reflect how your team works, by letting you build collaboration spaces to organize information around teams, projects, products, customers, cases, or anything else you can dream up using conversations, calendars, and tasks all in one place, at the computer, on the web, or the go with Apple and Android devices.
- Task Lists
- File Sharing
- Shared Calendars
- Data Lists
- Company Feeds
Use both Personal and Shared Task Lists to keep team members informed of each others progress. Tasks can have notes, due date, custom data fields, and attachments uploaded to them. Tasks list can be viewed as ordered lists or in timeline views.
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Our Collaboration Solution allows you to easily create shared Data Lists. A Data List is a collection of data that you can share with team members and other site users.Lists can be populated with data using forms within a web browser or from Microsoft Excel. Lists support most common data types such as dates, currency, yes/no questions, and drop down lists. Businesses use lists to track inventory, service requests, event registrations, and for any other activity that requires a way to store and track data.
An online community is a virtual place where ideas are discussed and shared. It promotes open communication by fostering discussions among users who both share their expertise and learn from others.
All of the content stored in our Collaboration Solution is quickly searchable to cut a mountain of information down to size to make sure you can find all of your tasks, attachments, calendar entries, or items in data lists.