Managing your time between work, family, and hobbies can be difficult. Thankfully, Google has a few useful tools to help you keep track of your schedule. In this article, we'll show you how to share calendars with those who need it.
As a professional, it’s essential to have an email account that never fails. We all rely on G Suite and Outlook for that reason, but sometimes they just won’t sync. In this article, we’ll be looking at common problems people run into with G Suite and Outlook and how to fix them.
When your business switches to G Suite, you’ll have to migrate your contacts from an existing email address. You can import all Contacts to your new G Suite account manually or automatically. In this article, we’ll be going over the steps of both methods.
Most people use a single Office account to log into all of their devices. But what if you have multiple accounts, or you want to switch over to a new one? Truth be told, if you ever need to merge two Office accounts, it can be a pain. Not to worry! In this article, we’ll show you how to merge two Office 365 accounts into one manually, with the help of Outlook, or automatically using SyncGene.
G Suite is a nifty suite of tools you can use to improve the efficiency of your business. No doubt about it. However, G Suite is not compatible with Microsoft Outlook at the moment. That’s a problem, right? Wrong!
The good news is – you can sync your Google contacts with a Huawei. The thing is, after the Huawei ban was implemented, synchronization isn't natively supported by the phone. After May 2019, Huawei users have little choice but to sync their Google Contacts with a third-party app. So, syncing Google Contacts with a Huawei device has become difficult – but not impossible. In this article, we will show you how to sync Google Contacts with any Huawei phone using SyncGene and Outlook.
If you’ve been following the tech industry over the past years, you no doubt know that Huawei is in a heap of trouble. Since May 2019, the company has been under fire from the United States government, resulting in what is referred to as the “Huawei ban.” As a result of the ban, Huawei can’t preload newly released phones with Google apps like Maps, YouTube, the Google Play Store, or Google Assistant.
A task you might think is simple could end up becoming really complex. We at SyncGene know this all too well, which is why our team is constantly working on new updates and nifty features to make your employees’ remote work easier. While a few of the latest SyncGene features can massively change your synchronization experience, some of you might not know they exist at all. Tips, tricks, even hacks are hiding around every corner! We put together this article to help you maximize your SyncGene experience, and we left no stone unturned.
How to share contacts between Gmail, Outlook, and iOS devices? Millions of companies are asking the same question, looking for the most efficient way to share company address books cross-platform. This guide will outline several methods you can use to share your contacts between Gmail, Outlook, and iOS devices both manually and automatically.
You have probably been wondering when the latest version of SyncGene will be released. That is why we are here – to keep you in-the-loop about our progress towards great new improvements! The team would love to take a few minutes to let you know what features we are working on for the upcoming months.
There may be times when you need to create a new Google account. Whether for business, school, or because your old email ID is confusing and hard to spell. Or maybe you don’t want to be known as email@example.com anymore. The main issue with creating a new Google account is that your most used data, like Contacts or Calendar, is not transferred automatically from one account to another. Luckily, we know a few ways to get the job done efficiently.
If you don’t usually work from home, the chances are there will be some bumps in the road if you suddenly have to go fully remote. Here are a few tips to make your remote business life more productive.
Have you been searching for a more organized and structured synchronization experience? You asked for it – and we did it! The long-anticipated SyncGene feature is here. Folder level Mapping is now available for all SyncGene users!
Getting all the information you need in one place is key to doing efficient work. To have all contacts, calendars, and tasks in one place, you will need to join information from many accounts and devices. Although the process seems tricky at first, it actually is quite straightforward, with a good strategy in place. There are a couple of ways to consolidate your files into one list. And we are not talking about copying and pasting.
If you have ever planned it, you know that data migration is not as straightforward as it seems. Many enterprises today are unsure where to start with such a large project. And, if you are reading this article, you might need some help too.
Are you thinking that keeping track of your tasks across different devices is a pain? It can be if you are doing everything manually. If you are using several different task apps daily, you know what we are talking about. When you use Google Tasks, Exchange Task, or Apple Reminders*, you update each app on your laptop and mobile devices individually.
The rapid development of various messaging services has enhanced our ability to communicate more efficiently. Even so, phone conversations are one of the main channels for larger enterprises. Based on recent research, 80% of all companies conduct business over the phone, in real-time.
Today the average specialist does not work on a single device anymore. As of this, many of them spend lots of time working between their calendars. And why not – every one of us avoids missing meetings and double bookings, right?
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It has been a long time since we have talked about our contact apps. This might not be something you have paid attention to in a while – but there is quite a lot that can be done with your contacts to make your communication easier.
The year 2020 has been a trying time for everyone. In this unprecedented year, a significant amount of people found themselves merging their work and home lives. The call to action for many companies allowing their employees to work from home has opened a much-needed discussion around how best to juggle both environments. This is where calendars come in.