We are constantly developing Pyrus, adding new functions and capabilities to streamline your business processes and tasks. Over the last year we have released many updates — some of them hidden and practically unnoticeable, some long-awaited by our clients.
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Adding gratitude into your workday can improve your wellbeing and productivity. It’s especially important to cultivate gratitude in times of crisis.
At the end of 2020 we released a few updates that make working with Pyrus more convenient than ever. Check out the new left menu, and enjoy the private messaging in form tasks. We also have good news for those who use the Pyrus mobile chat in their app for client support.
Procrastination is extremely prevalent and a habit most would like to ditch. So why is it so hard to kick the habit? And is it ever worth keeping around?
New year resolutions are notorious for failing us. Fortunately, there are some research-backed methods to help with breaking old habits and making new ones.
A closer look at our habits can help us cultivate a much healthier set of practices. And we need to do that to be our best in the workplace.
Our workspaces have become increasingly digital. So has our clutter. It’s time to start learning how to organize your digital workspace better.
Over the last month we have been hard at work to make Pyrus even more stable and efficient. We have also created flexible catalog editing access, made it possible to sort incoming tasks by deadline, and added a new way to route tasks in forms.
Breaking up the work day benefits your health and your productivity, especially during this pandemic. Here are some tips to get you started.
Pyrus is now even more convenient than before: one part of the screen is dedicated to current tasks, so that nothing interferes; the other contains the settings, and everything you need to manage your account, in a compact package. Here’s exactly what’s changed, and what the advantages of these changes are.