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ClickUp 3.0 Shapes the Future of Productivity


With talks of the global economy slowing down, productivity is of vital importance for companies worldwide. Productivity tools help individuals and teams streamline their work processes, manage their tasks and projects more efficiently, and improve their overall productivity. This ultimately allows individuals and teams to accomplish more (and in less time).

However, successful and resilient companies need software to help them easily access information, accelerate their workflows, boost collaboration and get work done without roadblocks, all on one platform.

ClickUp, an all-in-one productivity platform, does just that; it replaces all individual workplace productivity tools with a single, unified platform that includes project management, document collaboration, whiteboards, spreadsheets and goals.

ClickUp's new innovations, with the launch of ClickUp 3.0 (the latest version of its platform) are set to shape the future of productivity with new features and a reimagined user experience that is expected to accelerate team productivity and help customers save more time.

Key features of ClickUp 3.0 include:

  • ClickUp AI saves time by automatically generating creative ideas, summarizing lengthy text, and elevating writing skills in seconds.
  • A universal search that finds any file in any connected app on a local drive and within ClickUp, all from one place.
  • A personalized Home that automatically surfaces the most important work first, along with the context needed to get things done even faster.
  • A redesigned Inbox that highlights the most important notifications and provides a side-by-side view of the associated work.
  • An app center that enables users to explore, configure and manage integrations from certified partners in one central hub.

"Today's teams are decentralized, working both async and on-the-go. Unfortunately, businesses have continued operating on outdated legacy tools that don't fit this modern work style,” said Haris Butt, Head of Product Design, ClickUp. “ClickUp 3.0 is the solution, giving users hours back in their day to do their most valuable work."

For those wanting a more personalized experience with ClickUp, they can now transform ClickUp into a dynamic surface that can be personalized using portable cards that let users visualize work their way. Users can also create a customized view of files and build curated collections that make it easy to access, find and organize content in one place.

"We built ClickUp 3.0 in direct response to our customers' requests and feedback," said Zeb Evans, founder and CEO, ClickUp. "With tons of epic new features that will save people time and revolutionize the way they work, ClickUp 3.0 will redefine productivity."

Edited by Alex Passett
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