Life doesn’t have to be so disorganized. And all you have to do to clean it up is to find the right tools to help you put everything in its rightful place.
Once you figure out how to do this, you’ll be significantly more productive and efficient. So, here are four powerfully productive apps to lead you to more organized work and life.
Whether you’re interested in business blogs, the latest gadget reviews, world news, or humorous Buzzfeed articles, Feedly is the app to download.
Pick the online publications you frequently like to visit and add them to your feed. The sites automatically organize themselves into categories like business, technology, and productivity, and every day you’ll receive a wide-sweeping feed of the most popular, most current articles from each site. Then you can click on each publication separately and quickly scroll through all that site’s headlines until you find an article that interests you. It’s hard to find the time to stay up-to-date and well-informed, and Feedly solves this problem.
Get your daily dose of online news, blogs, and articles quickly and with very little hassle.
Trello is a great app for managing all types of projects, ideas, and activities – from the personal to the professional. Whether you’re planning a kitchen redesign, a family dinner, or a new product concept, Trello can help.
Organize your life by boards and further separate it into cards. Afterward, give family members and coworkers access to these individual boards. Communicate inside the application and attach pictures, links, and documents to a card. Assign a card or activity to a person or group of people, and mark a card as complete.
Trello is a simple way to progress a project and plan events with multiple people.
It may cost you money to install and keep LastPass (about $12 a month), but it’s completely worth it.
Not only does it work to protect all of your online accounts, but this sturdy password app gives you simplified access to your accounts, as well. This means you no longer have to worry about remembering all those passwords for all those accounts.
And what’s really neat about LastPass mobile is that you can add joint accounts for things like bills and online streaming. No more wasting time sharing account credentials with family members, forgetting passwords, and resetting logins.
Pictures, personal budgets, work projects, and important documents – they’re everywhere, meaning they’re hard to find and hard to get to. When it comes to sharing these items, things can get even messier – fast forward and you’re drowning in a slew of unnecessary back and forth emails. Dropbox transforms this aspect of file-sharing into a thing of the past.
Upload all your items to your personal online Dropbox account, and in the process, free up space on your connected devices and easily organize all your items into one place. When you go to share an item, simply send a link to your document, image, or folder via text, email, instant message, or however you choose. Give individuals access to move throughout selected folders and to upload files to these folders, as well.
Simplify your life by simplifying your trail of documents.