Stay Organized & Productive With These 5 Tools

There are plenty of different techniques, tips, and quotes out there that are meant to inspire productivity and organisation. However, going about these things is usually far easier said than done. The idea of being productive is so simple, yet so hard, fortunately, there are tons of apps and programs that can help you get started and keep on it!

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Vivaldi

Have you ever thought there should be a better web browser? The majority of people online today use Google Chrome as their internet browser. And while Chrome is quite powerful combined with 3rd party extensions and add-ons, it doesn’t quite have the most optimal features for heavy web users. Vivaldi has everything you want and expect from a modern day web browser and more. Some notable features include; complete customization divided into 17 sections, tiling tabs to organize, view multiple pages at once, and creating notes without clicking away. Vivaldi can be some serious help for any power users or tab hoarders.

IFTTT workspace automation app

IFTTT (If This, Then That)

Keep organized and save yourself time with the power of workflow automation. IFTTT lets you automate simple tasks such as saving files sent to your email to your Dropbox. Completely personalizable, IFTTT can cut back on daily organization chores and keep you productive throughout the day.

Rescue Time

Get the cold hard data when it comes to your productivity with Rescue Time. Once installed it tracks what programs and websites you spend the most time on. Gain valuable insights on where you’re wasting your time, plus what hours and days are your most/least productive. Upgrading to the premium version of Rescue Time gives you a few more features including blocking distracting sites and more data filters.

Stay Organized & Productive With These 5 Tools

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Last Pass

If you’re a strict Chrome user then you probably already have a collection of passwords saved from browsing. If you weren’t aware of that or just aren’t using Chrome, then Last Pass may help you. Last Pass stores all your passwords for websites, apps, emails and bank accounts, all in one place. However, you’ll still need to remember your password to the app, so don't forget to write down!

Habit List

Are you trying to form some good habits? It can be hard to stay on track when you start something new. Habit List allows you to set any patterns you want to get into to such as exercising, drinking more water, or publishing consistent content posts. You get to decide how often you’d like to stick with it –daily, weekly, monthly. Stay motivated with colour coded progress tracking, trends, and more features to help you stay on track.

Harlen Malkowich
Jul 06, 2018
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