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Calendar Heroes: Michele Wiedemer, Manager of Customer Education at Snyk

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  1. Snyk helps you use open source and stay secure. Continuously find and fix vulnerabilities for npm, Maven, NuGet, RubyGems, PyPI and much more.

    I'm Michele, the new Manager of Customer Education at Snyk, and I'm building an education program for our customers that includes group training activities and self-paced learning paths. I'm a fully remote worker in a globally distributed company. Before that, I was a freelancer for the last 15 years, often working with small startup companies to create software user guides, online help, and video and eLearning...
  2. A messaging app for teams who see through the Earth!

    I love how tools work together. For example, I can start an Asana task from a Slack message or store links for useful documents or articles I want to return to in Notion.
  3. Helps users prioritize their work and personal calendars

    Within my first couple of weeks at Snyk, someone recommended Reclaim.ai and it has been the best tool to keep my calendar as my main day-to-day grounding of what I should be doing. In addition to syncing with my Slack status, I use both the Habits and Tasks functionality.
  4. Lattice helps teams stay aligned around their goals so they can accomplish more.

    I'm using Asana to track cross-collaborative projects and associated tasks. I'm using Notion for both informal note-taking and as an internal information repository. I use Lattice to track my quarterly goals and KPIs, as well as agendas for one-on-one meetings.
  5. Say goodbye to phone and email tag for finding the perfect meeting time with Calendly. It's 100% free, super easy to use and you'll love our customer service.

    Because of all of the meetings, my calendar is really my source of truth for how I spend my time. We use Google Calendar, and internally, my teammates can find time on my calendar when scheduling a meeting. I'm also using Calendly to simplify scheduling external meetings.
  6. Asana project management is an effort to re-imagine how we work together, through modern productivity software. Fast and versatile, Asana helps individuals and groups get more done.

    freemium $11.99 / Monthly (Per user - Premium)

    I'm using Asana to track cross-collaborative projects and associated tasks. I'm using Notion for both informal note-taking and as an internal information repository. I use Lattice to track my quarterly goals and KPIs, as well as agendas for one-on-one meetings.