Top 10 Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools

Piotr Krzyzek —  October 5, 2009 — 3 Comments

Top 10 Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools In light of the previous post about a wonderful collaboration tool EtherPad, LifeHacker has a good roundup of the top 10 web based collaboration tools. These range from project management to documenting to simple text ‘stuff’. I admit, not all are so called ‘web 2.0′. But they all can be after the Web 2.1 patch.

They list their top 10 picks, with explanations and all. Here is a short version of their list:

  • Cc : Betty
  • MediaWiki
  • TimeBridge
  • Google Groups
  • TextFlow
  • DimDim
  • MindMeister
  • present.IO
  • Campfire
  • Zoho

I remember reading about a few of these, such as present.io. MediaWiki is, as I remember it, a wiki-software that you can install on your own servers. And we all know Google Groups. Read the post to find out more.

Link: Top 10 Web Collaboration Tools (That Aren’t Google Wave) [via Lifehacker]

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3 responses to Top 10 Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools

  1. You might consider RHUB also, if you give out a try! It is a very good tool for an effective online collaboration. Visit the link http://www.rhubcom.com to get more information.

  2. Hi everyone
    I would like to recommend you website called http://www.workforcetrack.com
    Workforcetrack.com which may become that what you are looking for cos it suited me the most I was searching so much time for it. This website has so many busines tools such as CRM, Project /management, Accounting and Finance, HRMS, and many ithers just have a lok. NJoy!!!

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