Why Choosing bundleIQ Over Google Docs 99% of the Time Makes Sense | Article 2 of 2

With all of the note and doc apps available, determining where to document your ideas and strategies isn’t necessarily an obvious choice.

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The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place. — George Bernard Shaw
  • Somebody authorized the wrong email address, and I have to request access — When people have multiple contact emails, adding the right one can be problematic.
  • There’s little to no context across accounts — A list of docs by date or a smattering of clarity creates a challenging environment to manage files in.
  1. Bundles — collaborative categories
  2. Tags — quick filters

The Speed and Flow of Progress

Addressing how teams organize and access their content are the main reasons why bundleIQ offers workflow efficiency. There’s more; in this post, learn three ways to adapt the process of getting stuff done.

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” — George Bernard Shaw.

Establishing a fluid communication method that works is the key to progress, which is why we stripped away the noise and kept only the essentials. What’s left is a thoughtfully designed system that supports a creator’s foundational needs — the desire to log a thought, expand upon it, and share it with others. Members get to communicate in both long and short formats with notes and discussions. Alternatively, Google Docs offers only long-form communication.

Notes and Discussions

What happens when you walk into the coffee shop, and a thought comes to mind?

Collaborative Editing

And editing inside notes stays decluttered from highlights and real-time collaboration. Instead, collaboration occurs asynchronously. In most cases, there is a primary owner of a doc, and that person is likely the one that will be delivering the final asset in their own words. Discussing in the sidebar of a note supports the creator while providing space for them to think and expand upon their work. Read, Get the Most out of your Board of Directors Time and Energy to see how notes and discussions perform in a working example.

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