Friday, December 5, 2008

Writing Tool For The Writer/Virtual Office - Zoho

I was searching for local writing groups and came across an ad in my area. I responded to the ad. The advertiser wished to start a writing group in our area but because of people's different schedules, etc. decided against the idea and instead came up with a new idea.

She now wished to begin an online writing group which I thought was a better idea.
She e-mailed me a link to where we could meet, discuss, share our work, and thoughts online.

I signed up at the link she suggested.

So what's this mysterious link I've been talking about you ask?

Zoho
http://www.zoho.com/
Zoho is a place where one can organize most of one's items very easily. In short, it's a handy organizer. Zoho offers the free membership or the paid membership.
In Zoho Personal there are applications that one can add to or delete.

The applications include the following:

* Mail
* Calendar
* Documents
* Desktop
* Writer
* Sheet
* Show
* Wiki
* Tasks
* Notes
* Links
* Contacts
* Notebook
* Meeting

With Zoho you won't miss a deadline again or forget where you put that cover or query letter. You can keep track of all your writing projects in one neat place.

I have yet to try out all the apps. But am happy with what I have tried out so far.

Bless this fellow writer for posting the useful, helpful link.

If you're in need of a great organizer, than the link is defo worth the visit!

3 comments:

Clark said...

Zoho looks like a great tool for online applications, but for online writing groups, you may want to check out some sites that specialize in facilitating feedback and reviews. I'm involved in one at www.reviewfuse.com/ which I think is very cool, but I'm biased because I helped create it.

If you don't like that one, you can also check out sites like critiquecircle, gather, or thenextbigwriter.

Michelle Kafka said...

Thank you. I will check all of the sites you mentioned. Take Care.

Anne Wayman said...

Not sure I want an online organizing tool... maybe I isolate too much, or maybe not.

Checking out links in other comments

Anne Wayman, now blogging at www.aboutfreelancewriting.com