Category Archives: Tutorials

Hate Evernote Price Change? Switch to OneNote, Apple Notes and More


Evernote pulled a fast one on its loyal user base earlier today with announcing a change in its pricing. And this has irked a lot of people! If you are like me, i.e. a regular user of Evernote but would like to move away to other alternatives like OneNote, this post can help you!

Finally – Access Whatsapp on Your Desktop via Chrome


Whatsapp is the most popular messaging app today with over 600 million active users. No wonder, Facebook paid big bucks for it. But one thing that was missing was an ability to use your desktop/pc to send messages to whatsapp users instead of your phone. I don’t know about you but I personally have been looking for this feature. So here is how you can start sending those messages from your browser!

5 Minute Tutorial to Pair A Mobile Device With Youtube TV


YouTube is one of the most popular destinations on Internet behind by just the likes of Google and Facebook. With the increase of mobile phone data consumption and better internet connectivity, every one is always watching some video or the other. Channels like Jimmy Kimmel Show, TheViralFever, All India Bakchod, Comedy Central among many others have further started this trend of provide unique content targeted for online viewers.

How to Mute/Unmute Gmail conversations? – Improve Productivity Series

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Mark Zuckerberg once predicted that Emails are nearing their death. According to him Social Media will be preferred way of communication in days to come. Looking at the number of emails being sent out every second today across the internet, one can safely say  that Mark’s prediction can never come true. And if you are like me, you get more emails everyday than what you can read. And above that not every email is meant for you. So how do make sure such conversations do not hamper your productivity? Find with this post.

PAN Card Number – What does it mean?

PAN Card Number

A PAN Card as you might already be aware is a very important identification for a working, tax-paying Indian. The PAN Card number is what helps identify your income and also helps you pay income tax. Most of us have it and also remember our PAN card number as we end up using it for identification purposes while buying railway tickets, bus tickets or opening a bank account. But there are only a handful of us who really know what this number means and what is the different information hidden in it.

World Without Magnets – Infographic

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Info-graphics along with being fun are a great way of learning a lot in a very little time. Here’s one that explains the importance of magnets.

As simple as they are, magnets provide us with the ability to do many things. Take your vehicle for instance. A simple means of transportation contains a wide range of magnets. Cars are just one example of how a magnet is used in our everyday lives. What would our world be like without the magnet:

How to set up Google Apps in simple steps – Tutorial

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Anyone who has ever seriously considered transferring their email application from its current provider to Google Appsfor web hosting but has been put off by the apparent complexity, need have no fear. It’s a process that takes only about 30 minutes and usually creates no difficulties.

Gmail Keyboard Shortcuts – Improve Productivity Series

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There’s no doubt that Gmail is the most popular email service today. Everyone has a gmail account and I love it for its user-experience. Now if you are someone like me, you might have more than one account and get tons of mails. When browsing through the clutter of more than 200 mails/day, it becomes very important to find ways to do it faster and that where keyboard shortcuts come handy.

How To keep your MS Outlook Exchange 2010 Mail Box clutter-free during vacation?

Most of us use Outlook at work for exchanging mail. Outlook is only a client side application which connects to Outlook Exchange server and downloads emails from the server. Any mail sent from Outlook will be sent to the email server and the server takes care of delivering the same.

It is quite common in projects we work on to set alert mails, which will keep sending hundreds of mails in a day. If Outlook on the desktop is open, we will have all rules set up and all alert mails will be moved to personal folders as soon as they are received.