10 Time Management Apps & Software to the Rescue!

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For the most part, we all carry our cellphones with us at all times. WiFi and growing technologies allow us to access the internet and sync all of our devices together with just the click of a button. Technology can save us time, but sometimes it sucks up our time too. Sophisticated applications and software rely so heavily on the internet that many of them require advanced network monitoring tools in order to always run smoothly and effectively. There are many tools available to help you manage your time better and be super productive. Here are some of the tools that can help you, in many ways, to make the most of your day. Any task, from tracking your time to sharing files, can be done more efficiently with the use of these tools.

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Dropbox

Just think of how many minutes you wasted sharing pictures and files. Those minutes turn into hours when the files you share are large. Dropbox saves you time and gives you peace of mind by making the file sharing a no hassle task.

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How many of us are pack rats and like to hoard little notes all over the place? From sticky notes to pieces of napkins, we all are guilty of this to some degree. Evernote can solve that problem in a snap. It’s a free productivity tool that allows you to make lists and take notes using text, images or voice recordings. It also allows you to share with other people if you want. Now your scraps of paper can all be accessible in one place on your phone. Pretty cool way to save trees too!

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RescueTime is a tool that allows you to easily understand and optimize how you and your team spends their time and attention. The free version is available to install on your computer. This version gives you a very detailed weekly report as well as a daily review of how you spent most of your time on your computer. You can adjust how much data RescueTime can collect from your computer. There are many more added features when you sign up for the premium membership.

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Focus booster is a digital pomodoro timer. The desktop and HQ timers sync sessions to the web. You can set up work time alerts, or break alerts so you can focus on your task. Never fill out a time sheet again since the focus booster records your time. They are offering a free trial now so you can try it out and see if it works for you. However, construction time tracking can be particularly challenging, which is why you should use specialized software.

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Klok

This is another time tracking tool. Klok shows your time entries as blocks that fill up your days very much like your calendar application. It not only determines how much time you spend on which project, but you can generate invoices and time sheets. Evaluate your time and keep track of it for future reference. There are free and pro versions available.

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Imagine how fast your internet experience would be without the hassle of logging in. PasswordBox instantly logs you in to your favorite websites and mobile apps on iOS and Android without having to type in or memorize your passwords. A website’s username and password details are saved automatically, so you can enjoy streamlined login. It is free and also has a cool feature to share your password if you choose in the most secure way for any website you choose.

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Sunrise is a free calendar made for Google Calendar, Exchange and iCloud! This app works with different platforms as well syncs with many other applications. It’s simple and easy to use. You can get a glance of your day or coming week, manage your time better and never miss another deadline. We found it very cool that it not only syncs map, location and pictures of people you meet, it also shows you weather based on your specific location.

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Remember The Milk

This app will take the struggle out of managing your multitude of tasks. If you work back and forth between several devices, this app is great for you. With this app, you can share and sync tasks, set up reminders and many other features to make sure you never forget anything again.

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If you use social marketing as one of your main marketing tools, you spend a lot of your time on social media sites. Buffer helps you manage these accounts all at once. Quickly schedule content to appear anywhere on the web, collaborate with team members, and analyze rich statistics on how your posts perform. It’s like having a magic wand that completes multiple tasks for you in just one click!

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Pocket

We have all wasted time reading interesting articles when we should have been completing important tasks. Pocket is the tool to save you. This online reading tool allows you to save links, articles, images and videos to be viewed later when all of your tasks are done!

This article was written by Mission 2 Organize

5 comments:

Mission 2 Organize | 10 Easy Organizing Tips to Save You TimeOctober 13, 2014 at 2:45 pmReply

[…] Online or offline, make sure you have a list. Or, like us, have many! From to do lists to grocery lists, lists are here to save you time and keep you on top of all your responsibilities. The result is less stuff in your head, less errors, no more double shopping and reduced need to redo tasks. Here is a source of online tools than can help you with your notes and agendas. […]

Cindy WeigelOctober 29, 2014 at 12:27 pmReply

THANK YOU!! This has helped me SO Much! I am always finding articles I want to read and some to keep and I had NO way to do this and they you showed me Pocket!! Now I can save anything I want and read it when I am not working!! I am also going to use some of the other organizing applications you suggest! Thanks again! Cindy

mission2organizeNovember 7, 2014 at 7:14 pmReply

You are very welcome Cindy! Glad it was helpful. We are already got hooked on the few of these awesome apps as well. And I love pocket totally saved me time! -Bahar

Mission 2 Organize | De-clutter Your Space, Free Your MindJanuary 19, 2015 at 12:48 amReply

[…] we are thinking of stuff we need to do, goals we want to reach, places we need to be and so on. Use a list online or offline to get all of this information out of your brain yet still accessible. Create a shopping list, a to […]

Mission 2 Organize | Organize and ProductiveMarch 10, 2015 at 4:08 pmReply

[…] give you the confidence to finish the rest of your tasks. Stay focused and work smart not hard.  10 best online apps & software for time management. and 10 easy organizing tips to save you time are 2 blog posts that can help you plan your days […]

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