How do you become a good time manager and at the same time productive?
Apparently, you would be missing out if you have failed to start using first applications and tools you need. With so many apps out there, you find it a bit confusing of which ones to use. Of course, this will depend on your needs. I have compiled 9 apps to support you with the most common time management challenges.
Although many apps allow you to transfer files from your computer to other devices, Dropbox supersedes because you can transfer larger files. Dropbox is free and easier to use than others. With Dropbox app, you can transfer, access and share more important critical data.
This is one of my favorite tools that I use to joy down my ideas, notes, and some important document. Evernote is a free productivity tool that allows you to capture all your ideas, thoughts and images in many different ways, e.g., with voice, notes or pictures. You can even record your meetings, interviews, speeches, and ideas, create lists, add voice or text attachments and share your files with friends. Most importantly, you can sync Remember The Milk (Task Management Apps) with Evernote to optimize your time.
Having focus will help you carry out some tedious task by staying focused. Most people just need to get something done because they are always procrastinating and loose focus during a particular task.
However, this app is designed to enhance your focus and remove any anxiety you might have with time.
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With Toggle you would be able to track time spent on projects. This is a great alternative to time-sheets if you need to track how much time you spend on different projects. Effective time management starts with being clear on exactly how much time you spend on your projects and tasks and then analyze how you can manage them more efficiently.
Everybody has data one way or the other; this free software allows you to backup, restore and synchronize your data and files with ease. It not only saves you time now but also in the future. You need this app to back up your data even if you haven’t done that before.
I have always had a bunch of business cards as a journalist and these cards often occupy lots of spaces on my bag, however, with this courtesy of Linkedin, it allows you to take a picture of a business card, capture the information and upload it immediately.
Getting distracted when surfing the web is just inevitable, with Pocketfree you remove distractions while surfing the web. The truth is that when you are surfing the web, it is so easy to get distracted by enticing websites. I urge you to start using Pocketfree to save your ‘finds’ to access and read later on at a convenient time which will not impact on your work.
Remember The Milk
This is a tool for anyone that is struggling to manage the task if you are working with many different devices, this app is for you. It is a great free tool which is compatible with your mobile, computer, Gmail, Outlook, etc. This app allows you to manage your tasks easily and reminds you of the tasks.
Launchy is a simple tool allows you to launch documents, bookmarks and project files, with just a few keystrokes. With this app, you don’t need to go through the menu to have access, and this makes it easier.
In conclusion, these apps I have been using and I must tell you they would enhance your productivity and make things easily flow. If you use other apps that you have found useful and supportive, I would love to hear about them. Share your comments below.