WizeHive is an online collaboration tool with a few features that make it really stand out. The service is based around the idea of workspaces, which can be used to manage all the activity in a particular area, such as projects for a company. Within each workspace you can have notes, files, tasks and pages, providing numerous ways of organizing information.
Uploading files, videos, and images is easy and these can be seen in the files tab or in the particular workspace they relate to. Sharing files is as easy as adding people to a workspace, though there are limits to how many people you can add with a free account.
Workspaces can be customized with your own colors and logo, which is an advantage for corporate users. WizeHive allows task management in a familiar way and you can move and edit tasks and responsibilities very easily.
One of the best aspects of WizeHive is that it can be used within a browser, but also integrates with email and Twitter and has a desktop client. For most users, the Twitter-like activity stream which tracks activity across all workspaces is really useful. Overall, WizeHive is a worthy competitor to other online collaboration tools and the social media style activity stream gives it something distinctive.
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