You may think, “why a post on saving time”? This is a money saving blog. But if time equals money, then saving time is saving money!
Today we wanted to show you a few apps that can help you get on top of your daily tasks and manage your time like a pro.
Let’s get right to it!
Evernote is your virtual notebook, journal, and folder. You can write notes, add photos, create projects and much more.
Great tool for busy people that need all their content in one place. All your data syncs across all devices and accounts so you always have the info you need handy.
#2: Google Calendar
Everybody knows Google, but many utilize Google’s free tools. What’s amazing about Google Calendar is that it can sync with your Gmail account and automatically add events based on your inbox.
Example: You booked a flight and received a confirmation email with the departure date and time. Google calendar will automatically add the flight to your calendar and will send you a reminder when you should drive out!
You can also repeat events such as birthdays yearly. You’ll always remember to buy a give for a close one!
#3: IFTTT (If This Then That)
A powerful app that can automate your life! Recipes are commands you can between 300+ services and apps such as Instagram, Google, and Facebook.
Example: I want to Dropbox to save every photo I post on Instagram. I simply create a recipe: If I post a photo on Instagram, then save it Dropbox. From that point on IFTTT will every photo I publish on Instagram to my Dropbox!
Variations are limitless. I can repost my Instagram photos to Twitter automatically, every time.
Another automation app that makes your life less tedious by automating more manual tasks.
Some Examples: Create GIF’s automatically, order pizza from your favorite place with one click, or order an Uber to your home from any location with one click and much more.
Trello is the best task management and group collaboration app out there, period. Big names such as Google, New York Times, and Adobe use Trello to manage projects.
Trello workflow resembles a whiteboard with sections and post-it notes. Cards are post-it notes that can be assigned to team members and moved from one section (such as pending) to another section (such as done).
We use Trello here at DealzCity and couldn’t be more satisfied.
If Google finds this app useful I can bet can too!