There are lots of tools and apps out there that’ll help you be your most productive self. They facilitate your life in so many ways!
In this post, I’m sharing with you some of my favorite time management/productivity tools and apps. These are the ones that work for me and for my job, and I really hope they will start helping you too!
One of my favorite apps for to-do lists is Todoist. Is a daily planning and tracking app. With this app, you can have a clear overview of the most essential trivial tasks. Todoist syncs across all your devices and has integration with Google Calendar, Dropbox, Amazon Alexa, and other tools.
With Google Calendar you can manage everything you have coming up to have an overview of all your commitments, appointments, and meetings in one place. Also, this app has integration with other productivity apps, with google maps, contacts, and drive, and all of your calendars are synced to one place.
In my opinion, this is one of the best apps to take notes on on any device. You can write notes, record audio, brain dump, add images or files. You also can share notebooks with other people.
I could not fail to mention my app for which I am very proud. With this app, you can create life-changing habits (you can use the default ones or create your own) and keep tracking them! And every new month there’s a new challenge that’s chosen by our Instagram followers in our instastories.
Having this app, which displays everything on one screen and sends daily reminders, practically ensures your habits will stick.
Focusing & Distraction Blocking
Freedom will allow you to create blocklists that block you from opening websites and apps so you can be more focused and productive.
Another cute focusing app is the Forest app. When you start a task, set the timer for your designated amount of time. The app will grow a tree for that length of time. If you stop the timer or use your phone, you lose your tree. But when you’re done, your tree is added to your forest
Basically, it’s a note-taking, database, and task management app. With this app, you’re able to create different pages. On these pages you have a wide range of features, you can add covers and icons, add subjects, create spreadsheets and docs. You can create a productivity system that works for you.
I’m a massive fan of Trello. Basically, you have a “Board” (like the main overview of a project). On that board, you add “Cards” (specific tasks), and then within those cards, there are different features and functions. You can drag-and-drop tasks, color code, make separate lists. You can also have group members who are able to update on the status of tasks, add new tasks, create deadlines, set notifications, etc.
Mint makes you stay on top of your money so much easier. It puts all your spending and financial accounts in one central place, so you have a clear overview of your spending habits.
Google Drive and Dropbox
If you need help designing a blog post image, Facebook cover, cards, Instagram post, and so many more, Canva is the best tool for that! There are lots of free designs for anything! Highly recommended.
Social Media scheduling
If your work involves social media, then this app is for you. With Hootsuite, you can schedule posts so that you can focus on creating content instead of sharing it. It’s very simple and straightforward.
What tools/apps or tips do you use to help you become more productive?