Which apps/tools do you use to stay organized?

Barış Bingöl
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I'm currently using Trello for business and Google Keep for personal topics. I am curious to hear which apps and tools you all are using to keep organized, please let me know your suggestions and thoughts!

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Arda Helvacılar
enthusiastic edtech evangelist
As an iPhone user I love using Notes. Now with the sharable docs feature, it’s so much better 😁
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@helvacilar Thanks Arda, i'm unfortunately Apple-free though 😅
Arda Helvacılar
enthusiastic edtech evangelist
@baris_bingol aaand you are looking tools to organize your life.. Ure missin the biggest :))
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Kağan Korkmaz
Full Stack Developer
@helvacilar I wish there is a way connect notes to android phones.
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Claire Luchetta
Chasing innovation
Notion lover here ✋ For professional and personal stuff.
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Solomon Bush
Founder - Log🌲Harvestor
@ponicodedev I need to try that. All my friends love Notion.
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@ponicodedev thanks for the suggestion Claire, will check it out!
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Elen Udovichenko
Head of Content @ Reply.io
Keep for notes and checklists Trello for work-related tasks iPlan to keep my days organized
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@elen_u never heard of iPlan, will check it out. Thanks Elen!
Saurabh Chandarana
🚀 Built zcal to make scheduling personal
I use Google suite for notes and action items management and use zcal.co for schedule automation to stay highly productive.
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@saurabhc first time hearing zcal.co, looks great! Thanks for the suggestion Saurabh.
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Saurabh Chandarana
🚀 Built zcal to make scheduling personal
@baris_bingol Sure, absolutely!
nivedita datta
A dev who loves to create side projects.
I have recently created a Notion dashboard to keep track of notes, to-do, expenses, projects, links etc all in one place and loving it so far !
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@nivdatta88 have been hearing about Notion more and more lately. Gonna check it out for sure, thanks Nivedita!
Solomon Bush
Founder - Log🌲Harvestor
I use - OneNote - Draw.Io - a real whiteboard and sticky notes - Pocket sized note pad I have heard that Obsidian is a pretty cool note taking tool if you’re a dev.
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@solomon_bush glad to hear there are more people who still enjoy IRL note-taking and sticky notes hahaha. Thanks for the suggestions Solomon!
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Waqar Wasti
Product Manager @ SaaStock
Notion + Click up (both with slack integration) I find the dashboards on clickup very useful Notion is a great for using as a resource bank Hope this helped :) Cheers, Waq
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@waqarw It really did help, thanks Waq!
Alina Ihnatiuk
Social Media Marketing 🇺🇦 - 🇵🇱 - 🇷🇺 - 🇺🇸
Hey! I am using Google Drive. All documents and folders in one place, clients also use open access with me :)
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Barış Bingöl
An internet native.
@antonovna I love drive! Bonus points for having a student account with lots of space hahaha.
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Ege Yalçınkaya
EdTech Enthusiast
Hi Barış! I do also use Trello for keeping things in place for business but I also used Asana and ClickUp before. I'm just taking notes on my notes app on Macbook for daily stuff which I can also access from my iphone too.
Evgeny Medvednikov
Weje.io, free online whiteboards
https://weje.io for collaboration and collecting ideas https://keep.google.com for personal notes https://mail.yandex.com for corporate email on domain https://ahrefs.com for SEO stuff
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Peter Nguy
Dizzy Dwarves Co creator
Hiya, How do you find Trello? I have been keen to try it as a project management/task allocation tool. I use Basecamp - it works really well for me but is missing that calendar/kanban style view... Having read the comments and heard other comments elsewhere, it appears I need to check out Notion!!
Greg Fragin
Founder @ LoopHQ
@dizzydwarves trello is probably more straightforward and streamlined as a kanban board than the board in notion - but everything else in notion makes it an incredible product
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Peter Nguy
Dizzy Dwarves Co creator
@gfragin - thanks for the tips!
Lior Galante Cohen (Vaza)
Team Lead @ Amy
monday.com, Notion, Google Drive, and honestly, a simple notebook can sometimes do the trick :)
Bharat Pasam
Founder @ Neighborverse
Great answers!! Here are mine on iOS - Notes, Asana, Google Docs, Google Drive
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Greg Fragin
Founder @ LoopHQ
I use google, dropbox, slack, office 365, notion and loophq.com to bring it all together
Derek Duban
Programmer with big projects
DIARY.txt, TODO.txt, HOWTOs.txt, IDEAS.txt Then Google Sheets for lists that fit nicely into rows and columns. A friend scolded me recently for not using Trello but since I'm not part of a team I don't see the point yet.
Gabriele Sangrigoli
Love data and analytics
-Trello (just recently) -Google calendar wait for it... pen and paper. I use apps when I have to work with others on different projects, but when it comes to my personal goals or tasks nothing beats analogical products, i.e pen and paper. I write down just the most important things that I have to do. There is neither space for ''send an email to...' nor ''remember to drink a glass of water''.
Iren
Biologist, future data analyst in med
Hello! I use google keep a lot for any kinds of personal notes and weje.io for work - the online whiteboard really helps systematize information (I don't work with tones of paper anymore!) :)
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Evgeny Medvednikov
Weje.io, free online whiteboards
Thanks for choosing our product in addition to the same great Google Keep which I also use ;)
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Jared Cornell
Customer Support Expert! ProProfs
As a member of a customer service team, we are using the ProProfs Help Desk to manage support tickets and other day-to-day activities. Agents can clearly see who is working on what and avoid sharing duplicate responses to customer queries. You can try 15 days free trial: https://www.proprofsdesk.com/sig...
David Miller
Educational Researcher
I have been using ProProfs Project(https://www.proprofsproject.com/) for the last one and half years to organize my projects and tasks. The tool is a game-changer, allowing me to effortlessly create, prioritize, and organize tasks across multiple projects. Whether tracking task progress or planning and allocating resources to each task, I can do it all from the tool’s intuitive dashboard.