The more web-apps you use for personal and professional purposes, the more websites you have to check for status updates and notifications on a daily basis. Rather than spending hours each day clicking from app to app, Hojoki gives users a centralized space where they can find all their most important updates in one unified newsfeed.
Hojoki has undergone a number of updates since we last reviewed the app back in April. For one, the Hojoki now integrates with many more popular web-based applications, including Zendesk, Box, Basecamp, Delicious, Dropbox, Github, Evernote, Google Calendar, Google Docs, and Twitter, to name just a few. Once you’ve connected with the cloud-apps you use through the Hojoki platform, you can check the Hojoki newsfeed to see all the most recent updates from all the apps you’ve connected. In recent months, Hojoki has also debuted a new UI that collaborators can use for microblogging and commenting within the web-application.
Hojoki has also introduced push notifications, which people can use to receive immediate alerts when new updates and activities pop up on their connected apps. Users can choose which apps they’d like to receive notifications about, making it possible to receive alerts when new files are uploaded to Dropbox, for example, but not when changes are made to projects in Basecamp.
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