Today I wanted to share with you 5 Apps that I love using to stay organized.
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Evernote is a really good app that can be accessed from your phone, tablet or computer. It allows you to create virtual notebooks and keep unlimited notes inside.
Basically, you can create notebooks on different categories and keep all your related stuff inside.
If you’re using it for business you can share your notes and use the chat functions to talk with your colleagues.
Evernote is free but has two levels of upgrades which give you a thing like being able to view your notes offline.
Evernote allows you to do a range of things including capturing information from the web and saving it for later. In addition to creating notes, you can take photos on your device, add attachments, take audio and set reminders just to name a few.
Trello is super similar to Evernote but is more based around To-do Lists.
Like Evernote, you can also access from your digital device or computer which makes it super easy to access from anywhere.
On Trello you can create boards like with Pinterest but instead of saving inspiration you can add cards, create checklists and more.
(mind mapping app)
Mindly is a more recent app I have come across, Mindly is another great app for brainstorming.
I personally love using this in conjunction with apps like Trello and Evernote. I can brainstorm using Mindly and then take my ideas and expand on them. Creating notes and to-do lists to get ideas fully formed.
Mindly can be accessed from your Apple or Android device or via the Mac store. I would love if they made this accessible on Windows computers as well that would be fantastic.
This has to be one of my new favourite apps, on the free version of the app you get a couple of board or mind maps which you can start brainstorming.
You can upgrade for a few dollars and have unlimited boards I believe.
Its pretty straightforward you can give your mindmap a name and then add themes or categories. Of which you can expand on and on and on and so forth.
You don’t have unlimited space on each map but you do get plenty of space.
I love using my calendar app on my phone, I either use my Samsung Calendar app or my Google Calendar app. Though I am preferring the later.
The great thing about the Google one specifically is that I can sync it with my other devices or view it on my computer.
You can also make specific Calendars for different things, for example, I have one for my blog specifically and then one for more everyday stuff.
I Also enjoy using the tasks feature on my calendar to remind myself of everyday things that I want to get done.
Dropbox (for sharing on social media) *
Dropbox is an awesome app that can also be accessed from your computer, it allows you to upload files and share them privately. It could be just for yourself or to share with a friend or client.
I use this mostly to upload my photos to share on social media but I also use it occasionally to share stuff with friends or family.
You can create folders and upload different types of documents or media what is great is that there is no compression like if you shared via Facebook for example.
Again Dropbox is free but has upgrades for more storage and business features.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post and are inspired to check out some new apps for keeping organized.
What are your favourite Apps for keeping organized? Let me know
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