Friday, January 29, 2016

Managing Your Tasks

I did a webinar about having the Best Year Ever where a good portion of focused on time management. So how do you manage tasks, projects, time? Here are lists of apps:

  1. Time Management: Best Apps for ADHD Adults. This list includes the likes of Listastic, 2Do, 30/30 and 24me (a reminder app).
  2. Top 15 Time Management Apps and Tools. 
  3. 10 Time Tracker apps.
  4. 10 Great Time Management Apps for Adult Students.
  5. More productivity apps from LifeHacker.
I know 2 million people swear by Slack every day, but Quip is like Slack and used internally at Facebook. I think the key is to be able to add functionality. In this case, both Slack and Quip have integration. Read more about the Quip integration here. [You can Compare Quip and Slack here.]

You can add integration between software applications simply by utilizing integration-as-a-service platforms like Zapier or IFTTT.

If you use Trello, it has Slack integration!

Toggl to track how much time you spend on different projects.  (Or try Harvest time tracker).

Mind mapping is a great productivity technique, and Mind42 is the best free mind-mapping app.

MyLifeOrganized - Powerful To-Do list, task management and personal organizer software.

Boxer - email client and to-do list maker.

Email overload? Try (1) Mailbox (is closing down) or (2) Sanebox

Tech That's Revolutionizing Your Daily Chores

Get stuff done for you:
Need some ambient sound while working? Supposedly increases productivity. Coffivity.

One person suggested an online tool called Teamwork that offers project management, to-do lists and even billing.

Others suggested Podio, Wunderlist and Evernote.

Read this Google Email About Time Management Strategy.

Someone is using Wrike which is a task and project manager tool now. It wasn't when it was first released. There is also HiTask and Basecamp.

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