Best Apps To Get You Organized
Are you ready to turn to technology to get more organized? With such busy lives, who can afford to not use an app to keep track of everything going on at work and at home? These days, there are some truly amazing apps to help out with this, that and the other. With so many around, no wonder it’s got tricky deciding which one you can really trust to put things in order. To get getting organized off your to-do list, here’s a bit about the top apps.
If notes matter to you then EverNote could be your app. Its potential runs deep and it wouldn’t be wrong to call this app the crowned king of productivity. Use it to manage to-do lists and keep track of your research, save drawings, photos, and web clippings. The app can be integrated with any of your devices, including Google Drive, Google Calendar and DropBox. It also offers no restrictions to collaborating in a web browser or app from and is easy-to-navigate.
It is another productivity app that helps with organizing tasks in a better way. It’s uniquely designed interface puts it ahead of the alternatives. You can divide tasks into boards and cards and even add sticky notes. You can organize by color-coding, due dates, and reminders to get to tasks more effectively. Its useful 3-day reminder will keep you from ever missing a deadline.
If you find it hard to keep from procrastination, you might appreciate Procraster. It trains you into being better organized by providing suggestions as to the cause of your distraction. It helps you identify the issues keeping you from success. Things like the task being too big or not knowing where to start.
This digital wallet app is free to use and lets you manage bills. It saves information about your payments being used. Venmo lets you make purchases and payments without signing into your bank account. It makes it equally simple to transfer money to family and friends. You can link your Venmo account to your debit card or bank account for payments on the go. In an emergency, you can request money from a friend with the app. You don’t pay any fees when sending money and signing up is super simple.
By learning to use Rescue Time, you will make it easier to manage online tasks in a shorter time. It works with the digital footprint you leave on websites you’ve visited or on applications you have used. It keeps track of how you spend your time, from surfing and social media to how long you spend on emails and Excel. The app generates a daily report of activity to review and help users decide where to save time for better productivity.
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This app works by breaking down lists into smaller, more manageable tasks and creates a master checklist to coordinate projects you’re currently working on. The app also allows you to customize your calendar so you can see your planning with ease. You can also rank your tasks by importance to keep on top of the priorities.
When organizing life around family activities is getting tricky, try Cozi. This app is designed for juggling schedules. You can log any kind of event or appointment into the daily calendar and this clever app will send reminders. You can also use it to store other family stuff like favorite recipes and photos and share all the information with family members.
8. Google Assistant
Google Assistant is a great way to keep track of your appointments and jobs list. Many new devices come with it already installed. It’s simple to use. You just tell the app about the event you want to remember and it sends a reminder. You can use it to record information about anything and use it to store additional information.
If you travel and need help organizing everything, you can rely on TripIt. This Android travel app works in a unique way. Send your travel confirmation email to the app and it will extract the important information and organize it in a systematic way. This way, you always have with you clear information on hotel reservations, flight plans and car rental info and anything else that’s important. The app is free but you can buy a premium membership for additional features, such as real-time flight alerts.
To some degree, effectiveness depends on choosing the right app for your requirements and the quality of information you give it. But, whichever you choose, stick with it after the novelty has worn off. The more you use it, the better it works at getting you organized. As a bonus, you’ll develop your own organizational skills. You have to, to keep the app functioning.