February 6, 2018
For some of us, January can be our least productive month. Less than 10% of projects are ever fully completed during this period. Do you feel that you and your team have hit a wall with your productivity this month? Now that February is here, it’s time leave your unproductive January blues behind. Set your team up for a motivated month and get your projects back on track with DropTask. We’ve noted down some of our top tips for shaking off the slump in time for a successful February.
Get your schedule in order
You’re far more likely to take action upon tasks that have a strict deadline. How many of your tasks have deadlines? If the answer is zero, then it’s time to make that change. Use your built-in Calendar
in DropTask for Business to effectively manage your time. Create an up to date summary of your schedule and easily spot gaps for extra to-dos. Create a new task, then effortlessly drag and drop it on a time and date to set its deadline. Make use of the shared Team Calendar
to check the whole team’s availability at a quick glance. DropTask gives you a smarter way to get more out of your time, making every day more productive for you and your team.
Resolve problems quickly
Projects break down when team communication fails. Luckily, DropTask for Business’ Comments and Messages
let you quickly and effectively communicate with team members through your project. Use visuals to instantly indicate the current status of your task. DropTask’s Progress Percentage
allows your team to quickly spot if anything has fallen behind schedule so they can jump in with support if it’s needed. Avoid unexpected surprises and project delays by keeping everyone on the same page and on track for success.
Look how far you’ve come
To stay productive we need to feel motivated. DropTask’s Completed Tasks View
makes it easy for you to review the past achievements of you and your team members. No matter how big or small, it’s always motivating to celebrate wins. If you’re looking for a quick boost of motivation, head on over to your Completed Task View to see a library of your project’s success so far. The next time you’re at risk of hitting a slump in productivity, take a look at what you’ve achieved so far to remind yourself of what you’re capable of doing.
Got any tips for keeping your team projects on track? Let us know in the comments below.