Online Whiteboard MIRO’s useful external collaboration services at a glance!

What is the online whiteboard tool miro? MIRO is a whiteboard tool that can be used online. The Whiteboard Tool allows you to do a variety of tasks that you can do using a real whiteboard, such as putting up a fuselage, drawing freely, and making a mind map, just like you would use a whiteboard. You can register for free at miro’s URL here. For more information on miro, please see the following article for basic usage. The basics of using the convenient online whiteboard service miro Introducing Miro, a convenient online whiteboard service In this article, we introduce ways to use miro more conveniently by linking with external tools for those who are familiar with miro.   miro can be linked with external tools. miro can be used even more effectively with the “miro Marketplace” as well as with other collaboration tools and with external services other than miro. Works with over 70 applications As of March 2020, we can confirm that it is capable of working with over 70 applications. For example, you can integrate with Confluence / Jira / Trello / Slack / Google / Dropbox / Github / Google Spreadsheets / Microsoft Excel / Salesforce / […]

What is WBS, Work Breakdown Structure? How to create a WBS and how it differs from a Gantt chart

Introduction The keyword “WBS” has become common at the start of projects, not only for system development but also for business projects. In this article, we’ll look at WBS in terms of its definition, its specific use, and how it differs from the Gantt chart, which is a common question. What is WBS? WBS stands for Work Breakdown Structure, and refers to a work control table for a project. A project typically consists of many actions and the child tasks that are required to perform those actions. WBS factorizes each action and specifies who does what, when, and when (= how much time is needed). The minimum requirements for a WBS are:. Tasks Contact Task Start Date Task Completion Date Status purpose of the WBS The purpose of WBS is to “accurately manage the man-hours of work”. For this reason, you need a specific to-do list like the one above. Of course, accurate effort management is an important element for accurate project execution. A WBS typically consists of the following task table:. Advantage Of WBS Now let’s look at the benefits of WBS. Facilitate common understanding among stakeholders WBS has the advantage of being less misleading because it contains “Who?”, […]

Top 14 internal wiki tools | Introducing services that help you share information within your company

Introduction Here are a few suggestions for the 2020 version of the internal wiki tool. What is an internal wiki? An internal wiki is a tool that organizes the company’s stock information, including rules, manuals, structures, and know-how. It’s the same concept as Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia that anyone can edit and make together. Why an internal wiki? The more work you do, of course, the more information you accumulate. As information accumulates, the need for efficient access to that information increases. Systematic information gathering is critical because failure to get the right information can lead to lost productivity. Key activities that leverage in-house Wiki tools Specifically, what kind of work can be used for the in-house wiki? Here are some examples:. Internal Structure business flow Place for job regulations Responsibilities and rosters of each team Track important announcements storage of know-how Location of various manuals   Key points in choosing an in-house Wiki tool Here are a few key points to consider when choosing an in-house Wiki tool:. Flexible permission settings Flexibility in who can create and who can view them reduces the likelihood of confusion in your organization’s information management. It is a very important function in terms […]

BEST 5 Of Most Popular Articles In September of UTILLY

Introduction Here is the most popular article ranking released in September 2019 at Utility Below are the Hall of Fame entries in the past rankings. Reference; Introducing Miro, a convenient online whiteboard service   And also this article; Introduction to Confluence, a useful collaboration wiki tool Let’s start with 5th place. # 5 Simplify your work with Zapier automation! The fifth article is about Zapier, a tool that lets you coordinate and automate services. Zapier lets you automate Gmail, Slack, spreadsheets, and other major web services. Make Your Work More Efficient With Zapier   # 4 Easy, convenient, and high quality! Video editing apps/video editing services 14 selections The fourth is a roundup of video editing tools.From full-featured desktop apps to services you can easily edit with a smartphone app, here’s a quick look at some of the best video editing services. Easy, convenient and high quality! Video editing apps/video editing services 14 selections   # 3 DearMob iPhone Manager Makes iPhone and iPad Data Management More Convenient! The third is an introduction to the DearMob iPhone Manager, a tool that makes data management easier on iOS devices. The DearMob iPhone manager makes managing your iTunes data a breeze. DearMob […]

It’s intuitive! Introduction of project management tool Asana

Introduction You can increase the efficiency of project management with large numbers of people by using tools. This article introduces a project management tool called Asana. U-TILLY introduces a lot of project management tools, but Asana is more intuitive.   Project management tool introduced at U-TILLY Jira Backlog Jooto   Project Management Tool Asana What is Asana? Asana is a global project management tool and is well known for being used by top global companies like Google, trivago and AirBnB. It is an all-in-one project management tool that is easy to manage not only development progress management such as Scrum board and Kanban board but also various business projects such as human resources and marketing.   Operating company of Asana Asana is an American company. It was founded in 2008 by former Facebook engineer Justin Rosenstein and former Facebook employee productivity engineer Dustin Moskovitz.     It brings together executives from the world’s most prestigious companies, including Google, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Salesforce, and Dropbox.   Asana Case Study Asana is a project management tool used by top companies worldwide. Examples of Japanese companies are posted on the Japanese website. They include Google, Spotify, airbnb, UBER, Facebook, twitter, PayPal, Slack, Salesforce, […]