Anything with a widely used RSS format can be integrated into the dashboard, and not only that; the panel can be adjusted for size. It can be dragged wider or taller so that it can really occupy the correct amount of real estate for that feed.
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Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) February 20, 2012
The Internet, being a veritable fountain of information, has made everything from research and correspondence to socialization and recreation so much easier; however, it also has the ability to waste so much of users’ time. Internet marketing authority and coach James Schramko has developed SpeedDash, an online tool that is set to simplify web browsing, reduce inbox clutter, and offer other practical ways guaranteed to organize Internet users’ online time.
“SpeedDash is a handy dashboard where people who use the Internet frequently can load their favorite sites so they can launch into it quickly opening in a new window, but also you can see real time statistics and blog feeds and news feeds using the new RSS widget,” shares Schramko, who is very excited about the potential for his offering. Users do not need to subscribe to newsletters since they can have information streaming directly onto their control panel or data center dashboard.
“That’s what SpeedDash does so differently,” the Internet business expert enthuses. “The RSS widget allows you to put the RSS feed from just about any website where there’s an RSS. It could be a news blog; it could be team project management software; it could be accounting software. Anything with a widely used RSS format can be integrated into the dashboard, and not only that; the panel can be adjusted for size. It can be dragged wider or taller so that it can really occupy the correct amount of real estate for that feed.”
SpeedDash offers features such as speed dial, the ability to add clocks, customizable background colors and column widths, etc. The speed dial allows users to put in their desired shortcuts by adding and arranging their chosen home page widgets across the various columns on the dashboard. The ability to add clocks, on the other hand, is especially handy for users who deal with people in other time zones. Users can also customize the look they want for their dashboard. “If you feel like you want a change, you can select different column widths,” Schramko explains. “And you can change the background color to just about any color that you can think of so that it looks really, really cool.”
In a capsule, Schramko describes his online dashboard as a tool that gathers all the essentials in one place. SpeedDash is compatible with the most used browsers, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.