Things have been busy as usual here at Consol, but as Pele once said: “Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” While Chevas and Isaac are hard at work making Consol even better, I’d like to … Continue reading How Tags Can Help You Get Organized As A Student
Happy April, everyone! Today, I’m going to run through a brief overview of what’s been happening here at Consol. The Basics Chevas and Isaac have been hard at work for the past few months, squashing bugs that users like you have reported on Consol, so thank you! What’s being worked on, currently? Improvements in all … Continue reading Happy April! Here’s What’s New on Consol
Last week, we had the pleasure of giving you a few tips on how Consol can enhance your productivity and empower your creativity. We don’t have much to share this week, other than that Chevas and Isaac are hard at work, making Consol even better. There’s more, though! Today, I’m super excited to share some … Continue reading Freelancer? Here’s Why You’ll Love Consol
Most of us know what it feels like to go into work (or class) every day and have a bunch of work waiting to be completed. We strive to be effective in our performance and production at work, however, oftentimes, the overwhelming pressure of getting things done on time can put a strain on completing … Continue reading Think Small: Using Lists Can Enhance Your Productivity
It’s been a little quiet around here, but we’ve been hard at work—heads down the last two months hammering out the bugs on one of the biggest updates we’ve made to Consol. We’ll be announcing it in the coming two weeks. In the meantime, I wanted to share this write-up by one of our users, … Continue reading Consol.io Knocks Out Competition: Bringing Together Collaborators, Thinkers & Doers
We have been asked, “Why does Consol not (yet) support mobile devices?” Mobile is not our priority right now. Is that audacious? Maybe. The whole world is increasingly tied to mobile phones—having become more tentative with its desktops and laptops. However, for a certain large segment of the population, desktop (or laptop) is still … Continue reading Desktop First
Anything worth doing has a high cost, if done right. Everything always ends up taking more time and costing more money. The process of creating something great has a built-in method of weeding out the lazy and the quitters. When it comes down to it, we believe grit is the only reliable trait that leads … Continue reading Listen To 1 Minute of Our Thoughts on Taking the Hard Road
This is the fourth podcast highlight from our interview with Greg over at Dailyspin.io. In this highlight, Isaac gives us a rundown of the technology behind Consol and how we made some of the decisions to use them.
Files You’ll find this new option in the content creator drop down box. Now you can place files in proximity to your other project content and organize it with all of our tagging tools. While Consol is not a replacement for services like Dropbox, Box, or OneDrive, the file content type is helpful for when … Continue reading Upload Files and Schedule Meetings
Listen to Chevas as he talks about a design concept called information scent, how it led to some of Consol’s decisions, how it led to certain features and why our users love these features.