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October 25, 2018

The Best Apps for Productivity and Organization

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The holiday season is an overwhelming time filled with friends, family and parties. It is easy to find yourself busy and a little more disorganized. Here are some easy ways to ensure you are managing your time effectively, so you can continue to grow your business.

Evernote

This is the notebook app for everything. Write your ideas and format them with checklists for quick to-do lists and reminders. Use the built-in camera tool to scan documents and keep track of tickets, receipts, forms, and more. Then organize everything with notebooks and tags to build a custom productivity system.

 

Google Drive

This is the best options especially if you rely on web apps for work. It’s integrated with many of the most popular web apps so you can open diagrams or sign documents directly from Google Drive. And it comes with Google’s own G Suite apps with Docs, Sheets, and Slides to handle your office needs.

 

Screencastify

Every platform includes screenshot tools to take a picture of what’s on your screen. If you need to make a video, though, Screencastify is the simplest option. Install the Chrome extension to record a video of your desktop or any individual app—complete with video from your webcam and audio from your mic.


Todoist

This is a fitness tracker for your productivity. It tracks your tasks as you check them off, then shows how productive you’ve been today and this week—and if you’re improving or not. That data comes together into a personal Todoist Karma score in the top corner of your app—and just like the step counter in a health app, you’ll be motivated to keep the number going up.


Trello

Trellochanged the way we think about organizing ideas. Instead of a standard list of tasks, its built around cards that hold your ideas and lists to organize them. You could have to do, doing, and done boards for projects; outline, writing, editing, and published boards for writing.


Mint

Even if you're "not good with money," you can manage your finances with Mint. It breaks down spending into helpful categories (bringing your eating-out habit into very sharp focus), and tracks bills, investments and account balances so you always know where you stand.

 

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