6 thoughts on “Guest post: Best Productivity Tools to Make Writers More Effective by Sandra Miller

  1. Diane says:

    Thank you, Sandra. That was a lot of information to sift through, and, even if the idea of having special software to improve and/or direct one’s writing was a little daunting, the actual advice was worthwhile. For example, I always try to write between 750 and 1,000 words a day (no software), and I have found, as you suggest, that it is a very good ‘productivity booster’.


  2. Jimmy Wills says:

    Nice list, Sandra. One more tool I’d like to include is Proofhub. Embedded with features like time tracking, to-do’s, gantt chart, proofing tool and also it is available in 5 languages. Very effective for handling teams, clients as well as projects.


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