We all want to start fresh next semester. What are some of your recommended tools?
- The best todo list app out there, really nice UI! Can also be used for note taking, which is a bonus. It is very flexible - it can be used as a vertical Kanban, weekly planner, simple todo list or bullet journal! It can even be used for collaboration with a built in chat. TRY IT 😻
- Trello is awesome, and here is why : - it's a "sandbox" (you can create whatever you want with Trello) - very simple to use - tons of ways to automatize your boards (Zapier, IFTTT, Power-Ups ...) - you can stock ideas, tasks or goals easily
- Zenkit is great for projects, collaboration and working with data. You can switch between different view to work with the best one for each of your tasks. If you want to make an overview of your course I would recommend starting with the mind map but you can also use an easy listview, kanban board or table view. It´s free for up to 5 people but we may have some arrangements with your university;)
- Once you get how Notion works, it really excels in project management, research and database. It's a pleasure to use and super customizable.I only started using it a couple of days ago, but I swear my university, work, and private life make much more sense to me now. The UI is minimal and bright, but doesn't get boring because of emojis and cover images. The templates are a-plenty and very useful, and if a template is missing – you can just create your own page from scratch, using one of Notion's many block elements!
- The BEST todo-list app on the market IMO. I have folders for each of my classes and clubs and can organize all of my assignments within. I also use IFTTT to integrate it with my Trello tasks and Google Calendar. Oh yeah, and it's FREE!Brenna L made this productIn addition to being ranked by The Verge & Engadet as the #1 to-do list app, Todoist has a 50% discount for students/educators: https://todoist.com/education.
- I graduated from a university just a couple of years ago, so all the studying and lectures are still fresh in my mind (kind of), especially the idea of how much information I accumulated that had to do somewhere, otherwise it'd just disappear. So I got this notes app called NoteLedge (by Kdan Mobile), and I collected notes with it during lectures that I used for self and group study, project/paper research, bookmark/reference collection, light PDF editing and creating note-cards for exams. It was also a good solution for generating to-do lists for the week - such as what subject I had to focus on and spend the most time going over - so it helped to stay centered during the hectic studying/exams schedule. I still use NoteLedge occasionally at work and at home, and it helps with time-management and content collection/organization. Good app overall
- Andrei Țiț made this productIt helps all the university parties involved - students, professors, and departments - in the following way: • Students keep all their lecture notes in one place and collaborate easily with their colleagues, even when not in the classroom • Professors schedule their courses in advance (even for the whole semester), as well as add resources, notes, and assignments to create the course curricula, then share them with their students • The marketing and other departments have a tunnel-like view on what's top priority, and can track their time for future job estimations. Plus it's free for one year, all features included, without any limitations whatsoever.
- Jotform is an online form-creating tool with thousands of free templates and layouts. There are lots of educational surveys and forms for university students. I think this tool will help them at their research projects. Most importantly it is free :)
- Jasenko Hadzic made this productFor all the events that students are collaboration on. Tame gathers all your event planning in one place and allows the student organisations to improve year by year, instead of losing the knowledge year by year and starting from scratch due to spreadsheet chaos.
- Fawad Ansari made this productHey Omar, as the co-founder of nTask, I would highly recommend you give nTask a shot! Keeping in mind the financial restraints in contrast to equally towering number of multiple features required to manage daily tasks, nTask is built to provide maximum functionality under a single platform. With nTask: 1. You can view your project schedule in the form of Gantt charts. (otherwise a paid feature on other apps!) 2. You can even track the time you spend on each task or assignment in form a report 3. You can appoint a single assignment to a mass variety of users. 4. You can even setup risks & issues that might affect your project completion and then analyze those risks. (how cool is that!) 5. You can track recurring tasks alongside new tasks. And this is only the tip of the iceberg. You can do all this and much more (particularly integrate your projects with Google, Microsoft, Slack etc) all on a Free account. Happy nTasking!1. Fully-featured project management tool with additional perks that are in-built: time tracking, risk assessment, meeting management and team management. 2. Easy to understand interface, with Guided Tour available for navigating your way through each module in the application 3. Absolutely FREE for up to 10 members per work space. Pro Plan is only $2.99 with unlimited features.