A new app called “Do” is being unveiled for the mobile salesforce, and what sales force shouldn’t be mobile? This could be a very cool APP. I’m excited to see how easy this turns out for the sales teams to operate and maintain.
What Do Does:
Do tasks and project management app allows small teams and individuals to manage task lists, organize projects, and capture notes. The app allows you to assign tasks to other users (non-Do users can be sent an email to join), and in joint tasks, users can comment on tasks, accept and reject assignments and more.
Do also serves as an Evernote-like application and allows you to take notes from within the app, and assign yourself tasks from parts of your notes. – Nice
Check this out:
The app is available via a web-based HTML5 app, as well as an iOS app. Do will also be available in the Google Apps Marketplace, Salesforce App Exchange, Chrome Web Store and LinkedIn App Marketplace. Any actions in one of these apps will be synced across your Do account. And Do is integrates with Dropbox so you can share files within the application from the file sharing service. – Very nice.
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