8 websites that will help you be more productive, not less


There are numerous ways to waste time on the internet.

You're already familiar with those.

Instead, here are 8 websites that will help you be more productive, not less:

1. Mentimeter.com

Are you looking for a way to make your presentations more interesting?

Create interactive polls, quizzes, and more to engage your audience in real time.

Attendees can answer questions using their smartphones, and the results are visualised as they happen.

2. Edit.photo

An online picture editor that you can use right in your browser for free.

There are no advertisements, no accounts to make, and no cookies to accept.

It's as simple as dragging and dropping, editing, and saving.

3. Alternativeto.net

Results based on crowdsourcing for software you already own but want to replace.

Users' ratings and comments on their experiences are included to assist you in selecting the best option for you.

Find alternatives to Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, and other programmes.

4. Sites.google.com

Create internal project hubs, team webpages, and public-facing websites, among other things.

There is no need for a code.

Simply drag and drop stuff to the desired location.

The site is saved in your drive, and you may collaborate with others in real time, much like with other G-Suite services.

5. Whichbook.net

A novel approach to discovering your next great read.

Whichbook lets you discover titles you might not have come across otherwise by providing a choice of filters and categories to pick from.

Mood, emotion, age, globe map, and other factors can be used to narrow down your search.

6. Openlibrary.org

Hundreds of millions of books are available for free.

On Twitter recently, booklists seem to be all the rage.

(I'll admit to posting a few myself.)

Instead of a list, here's a link to a library that contains a large number of them.

"A web page for every book ever published," was the goal.

7. Diagrams.net

A graph drawing programme written in HTML5 and JavaScript that is free and open-source.

Flowcharts, wireframes, UML diagrams, and organisational charts can all be created using its interface.

There is no need to establish an account or login.

8. Freecodecamp.org

Free coding lessons:

It's never too late to learn a new skill, and computers aren't going away anytime soon, in my opinion.

HTML, CSS, Javascript, and more programming languages are all available.

They also have a fantastic YouTube channel with thousands of hours of tutorial videos.

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