Whether you are a newbie or have been using the service for a while this article will help you get a better understanding of the integrations and learn some tricks which save time and increase the benefit.
As the number of subscribers to our service keeps growing every day, so are the number of questions and requests received here at in our Support team. Over the past months we have identified some patterns in the usage and have been laser focused on analyzing them and have adapted the interface and the features of the integrations in order to keep improving your experience with the platform. Continue reading
Our first wave of Google Drive automatic backup integrations are now live.
This initial set of Google Drive integrations help you make use of Google’s data storage capacity by letting you automatically save backup copies of your documents from Basecamp, Evernote, Trello and others. Continue reading
Connect Basecamp, Dropbox to backup files and save all your work automatically.
Basecamp is a great project management tool for small teams. Backing up your Basecamp project data is easy with the in-built data export tool, but what about all your project files and research? How do you save all the attachments you have added to Basecamp without manually copying them one by one into your cloud data storage? Continue reading
For project management aficionados, we now have 11 out-of-the-box, easy-to-use and practical Basecamp integrations available in our catalog, with more still to come. Continue reading
With the latest Google Glass presentations creating a buzz across the blogosphere (including in this article I wrote for Small Business Opportunities), developers have begun to get more of an idea of what will be possible using the Google Mirror API.
The Mirror API enables third-party apps to integrate with the new Google Glass technology, and already The New York Times, Evernote, Gmail and social network Path are providing examples of what will be possible.
Google is looking for integrations with apps that make use of immediate-data to “improve your life”, according to Glass advocate Timothy Jordan. Continue reading