How freelancing Admins can organize projects, research and traveling

Here’s a few ways that different types of administrative freelancers can use their own networks to help organize content and activities they’re involved with.


Share common office files, organize projects and schedule events.

  • Use the Documents application to share word documents, presentations, spreadsheets, PDFs and other office files.
  • Option to import from one network to another, helpful for any standard templates or forms being used.
  • Schedule events and conference calls, include an agenda in the event description.

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Use to organize and share more personal content and activities.

  • Centralize content and information used for travel.
  • Store and share medical content on a private network.
  • Organize a project or upcoming event.

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Centralize different types of content for research activities.

  • Share office files, graphics, photos, audio recordings and videos.
  • Organize different research topics with separate folders.
  • Plan a new project with notes, actions and events, store useful websites for reference.

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Organize content for different destinations with separate folders.

  • Include websites of airports, trains, hotels and local activities.
  • Add local blogs to the news reader to stay informed of current events, see an integrated view of the most recent article from each.
  • Add an itinerary to notes, actions for preparations beforehand and share photos or videos from the trip.

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Organize projects and content remotely.

  • Have separate networks for each client, keeping content focused just for them.
  • Organize projects with folders, add action for each with their priority, owner and due date.  Include complimentary content from the other applications and schedule project reviews with events.
  • Use in your preferred language, including Bulgarian, Chinese (s), Chinese (t), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.

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