Service creates a Facebook-style newsfeed for your staying up to date on your cloud-based tasks.
With the shift to the cloud, our workflows have become dispersed as we work on our various projects and tasks across multiple apps. When those same tools also happen to be collaborative and social, it can be even more burdensome as we attempt to keep up with the constant stream of conversation and updates. If only we had access to single dashboard to manage and view all of these activities in one place.
Such is the goal of German-based started Hojoki, a mobile and web-based application which describes itself as a Facebook-style newsfeed for all of your popular productivity apps like Google Drive, Dropbox, Yammer and Evernote. In addition to the real-time updates, the service offers a daily and weekly summary of activities, a feature that would be likely prove useful when away from your work for an extended time. The conversational aspect of the platform enables users to easily comment on the workflow, with privacy options that range from public to one-on-one, and a collaborative option allows users to set up virtual workspaces where they can choose the members and apps from which to receive updates.
And what’s even better, is that while the service is in beta, it’s all free.
PSFK is asking readers to tell us how you stay organized? Snap a quick picture of what you use to stay organized at work or share a link to your favorite collaboration apps and tweet it to us at @psfk with the hashtags #FoW #DigitalOrder, for a chance to win Evernote Moleskin notebooks for you and your team.
Over the next 4-8 weeks we want to start a conversation around what you see as possible in the Future of Work. Be sure to follow the conversation on PSFK and participate in the daily competitions. Tweet us your ideas to @psfk using #FoW.
Check out last week’s look at the influence design is having on the office of the future, read more about it here.