How to organize your professional work?
A set of useful tools for productivity, organization and time saving (also efficient organization).
Trello. Manage ideas and due dates and keep track of processes that are nearing completion. Plus, it looks cool, it’s like the Pinterest of to-do lists.
Hackpad. Google Docs but with a simpler editing system, better for collaboration. Invite as many people as you want to contribute to your documents.
What’s in a cafe that gives it an inspirational vibe? Coffitivity gives the background noises of a cafeteria so you can unleash your creativity.
FaxZero allows you to send and receive faxes through your email.
RescueTime lets you control how you spend your time on your computer and mobile devices. (The truth is that this control is sometimes unpleasant, but necessary.)
Unroll.me. Perhaps you have a lot of newsletters in your email that you have accidentally subscribed to but don’t actually read. The solution is to use this site to clean your inbox.
7. Remember the milk
Remember the milk. A multi-featured to-do list manager: you can sync across all your devices, share tasks with others, and get email or text reminders of things to do.
SpringPad lets you organize all your notes, favorite websites, and online inspiration in different folders. It has a nice appearance, too.
Forming a new habit is not easy, so HabitForge keeps track of how well you are doing a new task or function with simple reminders and check-ins.
Evernote helps you remember everything, be it texts, photos or audio notes and “clippings” from websites.
Hemingway. Connect email (or any other writing) to measure if it is readable, clear … An ingenious application to achieve greater success in your writing. In English.