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The term "online productivity" is used to categorize a large number of web applications, but what exactly does it mean? Offline, productivity is a measurement of the total output that you get from a number of inputs.

In equation form it is expressed as: output divided by input.

The higher this ratio is, the more productive something is.

"Online productivity" is a term used to describe tools that decrease necessary inputs or increase final outputs, thus increasing the ratio.

Simply put, they are tools that allow you to do more, with less.

For businesses, this includes tools that make employees and managers more efficient, like consumer relationship managers and cloud based document suites.

For consumers, this typically includes time saving apps for everyday tasks, including scheduling tools and file sharing platforms.

Online productivity is a broad category of sites and applications but, if wielded correctly, the efficiency gained can potentially free up your time and make you more money.

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