Done in 60 seconds or less: Social media productivity apps for business and work

Learn How to use top social media productivity apps to increase your productivity at work and in your business
Rating: 2.6 out of 5 (39 ratings)
7,523 students
Done in 60 seconds or less: Social media productivity apps for business and work
Rating: 2.6 out of 5 (39 ratings)
7,523 students
Make effective use of social media apps to increase their productivity

Requirements

  • None needed

Description

Content: Best Productivity Apps: Social Media Apps for Business and Work.  We get to the point, fast!  All videos are less than 60 seconds. We intend to add more as people sign up for this “Best Productivity Apps” course.

Take this Best Productivity Apps course now and learn how to use top social media apps to increase your productivity.

We need suggestions for new apps to cover -- please leave your suggestions in the discussion section

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Who this course is for:

  • Individuals who want to improve their productivity through more informed use of social media

Course content

14 sections • 48 lectures • 59m total length
  • Why use Dropbox ?
    00:45
  • Create a Dropbox account
    00:21
  • Upload a file to Dropbox
    00:35
  • Creating and sharing folders
    00:34
  • Tabs in Dropbox
    00:29
  • Installing Dropbox
    00:35
  • Using dropbox from within different computers and the browser
    00:30

Instructors

Open Education Evangelist
Abir Qasem
  • 2.6 Instructor Rating
  • 39 Reviews
  • 7,523 Students
  • 1 Course

CS educator. Programmer.

Technology Blogger
Tanya Gupta
  • 2.6 Instructor Rating
  • 39 Reviews
  • 7,523 Students
  • 1 Course

Tanya Gupta has taught technology at the University level.  She has also worked on technology and development in Latin America and the Caribbean.  She is currently a technology/development blogger for the World Bank blog, People, Spaces, Deliberation, and has written for the Washington Post, ReadWriteWeb, Edudemic and others about technology issues.  She also has several academic publications (W3C).  Her web page is here.