Appointedd’s Dispatches from 10 Downing Street

• 11/30/2017 11:13 AM
 Whilst waiting on a delayed King’s Cross train a couple of weeks ago, I saw the announcement in the morning news of a £21 million project, going by the name Tech Nation, dedicated to boosting Britain’s tech sector, as well as the government reaffirming its commitment to innovation in the UK. Along with doubling the number of visas available to the brightest and best talent from around the world, the Prime Minister also announced a new £20 million fund to help public services take advantage of UK expertise in innovative technologies like artificial intelligence. Read More
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10 tiny ways to keep productivity up right to the end of Friday

• 11/24/2017 10:03 AM
It is well known that the laws of time and space mean nothing during the last half an hour of work on Friday, which has been scientifically proven (read: decided by me) to be the longest half an hour of the week. One minute it's 4:46 PM and twenty minutes later it's somehow only 4:47 PM. You need to finish up this niggling, fiddly job you've been putting off all week, and it would be helpful to get ahead on Monday, but suddenly here you are, trapped in a slump so deep your chin is milimetres from your navel, moving glacially towards close of business. Read More
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Get to know your Appointedd system with these 10 quick things to try

• 11/10/2017 4:31 PM
Whether you've just signed up for your free trial or you're fully subscribed and raring to go, you might be asking yourself: What next? Appointedd gives you a whole host of nifty, time-saving features right at your fingertips, but it can be difficult to know where to start when first faced with that empty appointment screen. Never fear. We've put together a handy list of ten super quick things you can do to explore the system and find out how it works. Simply follow the step-by-step instructions for each below. Ready, set, go! Read More
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PJ productivity: how to hold yourself to account when you’re working from home

• 09/25/2017 10:16 AM
Anyone who spends any amount of their time working from home will know that it comes with pros and cons. On the one hand, there’s no early morning commute, you’re free to blast your most obnoxious music choices as loudly as you like, and you don’t even need to brush your hair if that’s how you roll. On the other, with so much freedom and no communal work atmosphere, just keeping yourself on track can start to feel like a full time job in itself. Read More
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