Best Web Tools We’re Using Right Now

June 18, 2007 at 3:35 am Leave a comment

Thank you, Web 2.0! We’ve found some terrific free and low priced resources to make working virtually around here work better.

Huddle: A file-sharing, to-do list making, message-leaving, approval-asking collaboration tool. My favorite part is that you can ask someone on your team for approval. If that person edits your document, you can track the edits, as well as ensure that you get the approval (from your supervisor or even a client) that you need. You can give it a whirl for 30 days to see if it works before you sign on for a small per-month charge.

Highrise: Share contact info, track when/where/how an individual was last contacted and if/when/how a follow up should occur. Really ideal for PR folks – the best contact sharing system I found. Those folks over at 37 signals are smart.

Finally, Good Widgets is a super simple and very cool photo widget. Choose from eight different styles and you can upload photos from flickr or webshots or photobucket automatically.

For more great Web 2.0 tools, check out Go2Web2.0.


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