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"OK, I'm done."

I vividly remember reading that short, punchy sentence again and again in my first few weeks at Zapier, each time pursing my lips, scrunching my forehead and thinking, "How did Wade finish that task so fast? Geesh, I'm slow."

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Jane Callahan / March 26, 2015

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Alison Groves / March 24, 2015

Working remotely is a wonderful thing. It allows you to work when it's best for your schedule, giving your teammates and company the chance to have your best work. It also lets you call your own shots, leaving you more creative, happier, and healthier (hello no germs spreading around ...

About Page Essentials: Consider These 8 Elements to Make Your Company Look Best

Jane Callahan / March 19, 2015

One of the smallest pages on your website can also be one of the most important: your About page. And yet, this crucial page is often buried in a drop-down menu or a small link in the footer.

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Experiments with Time: How to Take Back Your Day from the Grip of Procrastination

Belle Cooper / March 17, 2015

I love to experiment with my workday. The ability to do so, in fact, is one of the aspects I value most about working remotely.

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Paula DuPont / March 12, 2015

Google Calendar was likely the second Google app you tried, right after Gmail, when you got your first Google account. With a history dating back to 2006, one that's overshadowed by Gmail and Google's other apps, it's easy to overlook Google Calendar's deep set of features ...

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Jane Callahan / March 10, 2015

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20+ Productivity Apps for College Students and Young Professionals

Nathaniel Eliason / March 5, 2015

As a college student, you balance classes, homework, extra curricular activities, job applications, internships, and (if you're lucky) a few side projects. It's like a four-year master class in time management.

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Beyond the Boring Form: How Typeform Reinvented a Decades-Old Technology

Marissa Daily / March 3, 2015

Forms are everywhere. They’re essential to the way you send emails, make online purchases, contact companies, log onto WiFi networks, or perform dozens of other daily activities. For the most part, filling out forms is tedious and annoying, but you’re used to it. Forms are an everyday occurrence ...

New on Zapier: iDoneThis, FormKeep, Weather, Jumplead, Benchmark, You Don't Need a CRM and Mailjet

Alison Groves / February 27, 2015

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