Feeling disorganized 👀
- Try to organise your work tasks and set up deadlines :)With trello, you can organize every aspect of you project: programming: Divide your project in tasks, with that you can keep control each task, of what task are being working on and what do not, design: patterns, layouts, images, videos and more, you add pictures and photos to the cards. evaluations: In trello, you can have various columns, one for each management porpuse, one task pool, one for people working on an especifid task, one for completed task (waiting for review) and one task completed, reviewd and aprove, that way you can have a work flow that its easy to supervise and not overwalmaing to the team
- Really great tool for project management and idea management. Offers many helpful views on your data and has great collaborative features. Also, scales with the size of the project. I and my team have been using Zenkit for a year now. It´s amazing! Love it!Very flexible to use, with different views (e.g. Kanban, calendar... ) and as many custom fields as you need. Thanks to this flexibility, Zenkit can be adjusted to different types of work flow, from simple todo list to managing larger projects. I'm using Zenkit mainly as personal Kanban board - very happy with it!
- The natural language input makes entering tasks as easy as thinking about them. One of the best features. Its very simple but lets you go very deep if you want.Hugo Fauquenoi made this productThe best way to get yourself organized - for personal and professional uses.
- Despite being a huge Google Calendar user, I also use another Slack bot that helps me to keep an eye on my daily meetings. The Cisco Spark Meeting Notes plugin on Slack allows you to get a direct message every morning with a layout of your day’s meetings, pulling in data from your calendar. It’s very easy to setup and it works great for getting the day ready and preparing agendas to keep your meetings productive.
- Manage your time. Time management tools like RescueTime can help you take control of your day. I use it to track how much time I spend on different websites and applications. The app is easy to set up and it runs in the background of your computer or mobile device, tracking, measuring and categorizing your activity. What’s great about this tool is that you can set goals then work toward achieving them, like spending a maximum one hour per day on email. RescueTime also provides a reporting dashboard so you can see exactly where you’ve been procrastinating and whether or not you achieved your goals.
- I personally use Bear for personal tasks. I also get to write drafts for upcoming blog posts that I wanted to post. I'm also a huge UI freak, so you should say that I'm pretty picky with apps I have installed on my phone. Anyways, check it out. You'll love it!Bear has become my go to app for taking notes, documenting, putting ideias into paper and many more. It's by far my favorite note taking app. It has a really clean interface, great for focused work, also markdown support, and organizational tags. I recommend this app for anyone.
- You can build a simple task list or you can create a full on project management system. You can manage just a list of clients or build the ultimate CRM. You can create a private notebook or build a full company plan to share with others. It's a great productivity system that you build yourself. Great for if you used every project management or CRM app and it was either underwhelming or overwhelming.
- One of my favorite apps :) Set a timer for how long you cannot touch your phone. The more time you stay focused, the more coins you get to plant virtual trees in your forest (if you touch your phone, your tree dies!). The best part is that coins can eventually be used to plant real trees!
- Deepak Kumar made this productOrcaso.io is designed around the idea of gamification, in other words, play and fun. And play and fun are the main elements of turning a strenuous work into an enjoyable one. Orcaso.io is based on few simple concepts taken directly from games. Employees gather points by completing tasks, they get positioned on the scoreboard, and they compete against each other. Remember those old arcade games where you had a scoreboard and the kid whose name was in the first place was the coolest kid? In the meantime, all other kids committed hard to beat the high score. They worked so hard they became masters at the game. With Orcaso, you’re turning work into a game. Everything in Orcaso is built around this video game idea. If this sounds childish to you, then Orcaso isn’t a right tool for you. If you’re able to connect the two elements, then you’re ahead of the curve, and you can use the power of Orcaso.
- Slite is the perfect app to gather team meeting minutes, learnings, processes, specs and all you need to manage your team's valuable knowledge.
- Can't believe this isn't on here yet. I have been using this for 5+ years. Amazingly simple and brilliant.
- Keeping Focused When things get really hectic, it can feel like all the days in a week merge into one where nothing specific gets accomplished. Age-old methods like the Pomodoro technique, in which you set a timer and work within a 25-minute intense session and a 5-minute break, are proven to help stay focused. But why not refine the practice? Resources like FocusList allow you to set these timers along with tasks to complete. This simple to-do list and timer mash-up provides a great way to keep focused on both the task and the big picture. Another more interactive focus resource is Forest, which is great for students thanks to its playful nature.
- Antony Bearpark made this productOur team uses Yack.net to send and receive messages and files. We have our clients on too who each have their own Organization that they can invite specific members too to collaborate with, without having to switch accounts or platforms. Each of our team members are connected to the right companies which is all organised under one roof. Additionally, we record all our calls, so everyone can see what they need to do. The calls are automatically transcribed via the software and later on we can search through the messages to see what was said in the calls. It's pretty clever really!