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Todoist Boards - Three new ways to visualise your to-do list with the new release

The tools you use to get work done are incredibly personal and there is no one-size-fits-all. Having said that, when new ways to engage with a tool are released and implemented well, the added flexibility can massively improve your workflow. Here are three new ways you can use Todoist's new Kanban Boards feature.

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Getting to the point - save your manager and colleagues time by linking to the exact page of a PDF

Ultimately, we want people to respect our time and attention. To achieve this, we need to respect other people’s time and attention. One small way you can do this is to share relevant resources, and link to the exact page in a shared PDF file to save your reader time.

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Managing inbox overload - when to check your email to save your energy

If you’re like most people, then the answer to “when do you check your email at work?” Is probably “constantly”. We know we need time to do our important work, but research shows us that we keep our email open all day and check in once every 37 minutes on average. What a waste of time when 99% of emails do not need urgent responses. What if it didn't have to be this way?

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