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Improve your efficiency with new ways of automating tasks and accessing apps in Zoho Projects

In project management, a great deal of time is spent switching between tabs, updating task statuses, and notifying relevant teammates. Despite taking up a significant part of one’s work hours, these repetitive tasks often feel inconsequential when assessing one’s productivity. The latest Zoho Projects updates aim to reduce project delays caused by mundane yet unavoidable tasks and help teams stay on top of their schedules.

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Custom functions and other updates that will elevate your project management

Teams work in different ways. They don’t all require the same project management software features, so we aim to make Zoho Projects as customizable as possible. To provide a great user experience for all teams, we have introduced Custom Functions to our Developer Space. In this article, we’ll cover this new addition, along with other major updates to Zoho Projects.

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The continued value of Zoho Projects: report from Nucleus Research

Software that adapts to changing business requirements will always stay relevant. A great project management tool helps teams stay organized and complete work on time. It optimizes processes that are otherwise inefficient so that team members can stay productive. With remote work, project management tools have become essential to maintaining open communication with stakeholders.

Customer Story: UNO MINDA saves 10 percent of its workforce time using Zoho Projects

UNO MINDA Group is engaged in manufacturing, development, and sales of diverse auto components for both global & domestic markets. Watch how Zoho Projects has helped their organization in bringing visibility to every stage of their operations. They were looking for a lightweight, easy-to-use tool and easy-to-deploy tool to manage their projects. Zoho Projects fit all their criteria and enhanced the collaboration in their workforce thereby making their project management process simpler.
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How to be less distracted in a distracting world

With every passing moment, the world seems to become more and more distracted. Between the influx of cell phone notifications and the never-ending news cycle, when do we find peace and serenity in our day-to-day life? Distractions can be frustrating, but the truth is, we are actually hardwired for them. We've all faced countless distractions from the time we were born up until this very moment.

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Clearing clutter: How to cut out organizational debris from your business

Endless documentation, mass email threads, stringent approval processes, meetings, and more meetings. Welcome to the world of organizational clutter. With the rise in remote and hybrid work models, these processes should have taken a back seat. But that unfortunately isn't the case. A Harvard Business School study analyzing the communication patterns of employees in 21,500 companies found that we work longer days and attend more meetings than ever before.

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Steering cross-functional teams towards success with project management skills

In the 1950s, when computers were still seen as complex calculators, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance conducted a study on the impact computers would have on businesses in the future. Interestingly, the company's CEO set up an unusual team for the study - comprising employees from multiple departments, each of whom saw great potential for computers in insurance.

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Why project managers need to embrace the 'joy of being wrong' for successful decision-making

Successful project managers bring to the table stellar technical expertise and team-handling competence. These attributes together with other beneficial behaviors help them in strategic decision-making whenever needed. A frequently-overlooked aspect for this kind of decision is its authenticity. A decision derives its authenticity from the decision-makers' awareness of their own limitations and willingness to admit to them.