You want to use the best software for your work—everyone does. Whether you're a cook or a web designer, well-made tools make your work more efficient, and more fun.
But how do you choose the best software—and how do you define "best", anyhow? There are more email, CRM, and project management apps than you could ever test on your own. Ask your friends and colleagues, and each one will recommend a different tool.
If you need a hammer, it's pretty easy to find a nice one. But software is more subjective: the best tool for you may not be the best for someone else.
Here are the ten things we've learned from them about how they select software and use it to help their teams work more efficiently.
We can't tell you which tool would be best for your team, but we can help you choose one that fits your needs better than the others.