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The availability and use of online productivity web-based applications
(eg: word processing and spreadsheets) has exploded over the past two years.
One large benefit to web-based applications it that they eliminate the need to worry about different software versions or file types as you email documents or move from PC to PC.
For this discovery exercise, participants are asked to take a look at a web-based word processing tool called Zoho Writer, create a simple document and then document your discoveries in your blog. If you're up to the challenge, you might even export your document as an HTML file or publish it through Zoho to your blog.
With Zoho and web-based applications, the possibilities are endless.
A short list of web-based productivity applications
If you're up for the challenge, try using Zoho’s "publish" options to post to your blog.
* Note: You can also explore Google Docs and spreadsheets Google's online word processer, as an option for this exercise.
The participants tracking log (tracking your progress through these activities) is all done via a spreadsheet on Google Docs. The spreadsheet can be published as a html document if required.