How to Use the Dropbox Badge to Find Time

Dropbox is a powerful venue for storing and sharing files easily on the web. The Dropbox Badge is a nifty new tool – one that we hadn’t really explored here at The Time Finder … yet. But once we learned 

MultCloud Enhancements Help You Find Time

MultCloud is a free cloud management tool that streamlines your interactions with the cloud, letting you manage multiple cloud drives from one, convenient dashboard. We reviewed 

Gmail – 2 Tools for Finding Time

Gmail, as you no doubt know, is a very widely used e-mail platform.  One of its big pluses is just that – it’s everywhere! And whether you’re on your PC in your office, your laptop on vacation, or your iPhone or Android on a plane, your Gmail account is accessible. 

Find Time to Tweet Some Heavenly Hashtags

Finding time for Twitter is a Cyber Monday staple here at The Time Finder.  Today I’d like to share a bit more about the usefulness of hashtags.  This is an especially timely topic for many of us right now, as we’ve been following the #wtlead tag on Twitter to keep in touch with Andrea J.…

Find Time on Cyber Monday with this Easy E-mail Tool!

Finding time to format your plain text e-mails is a necessary task that can definitely consume time that you don’t always have.  That’s why I was so pleased to read, in one of Heather Dominick’s recent EnergyRich e-zines, about an easy-breezy tool that takes care of that plain text formatting chore in seconds! You can…

Find Time to Explore Twitterfall AND Sign Up for My Interview with Heather Dominick on Cyber Monday!

Finding time to get it all done is a challenge.  How are you working toward success and abundance in 2010? How can I help?  Here are two Cyber Monday ideas to start your week off well! Let’s begin with a Timely Twitter Tip … because finding relevant content and conversations on Twitter is an ongoing…

Find Time by Culling Your Twitter Feed!

Finding time to connect on Twitter is, at least in part, a matter of finding the tweeps that you most want to connect with. As Twitter becomes more and more popular, more and more people use it … for more and more purposes.  That’s not a bad thing at all – but it can mean…