It can be difficult to remain organized throughout your day. With so many things to do, and what seems like too little time to do them, keeping your priorities in order is key. What better way to stay on top of your to-do list than by using tech tools that make keeping up with it all that much easier? Brazen Careerist details a few apps you can download to organize your day:
This is a good tool for groups that require a lot of collaboration drawing from different sources. While it’s a bit on the stuffy side, it works with images and documents stored in Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote and Box. You can reply to comments that others leave on your notes, but its best feature is the ability to easily unsubscribe from things that don’t interest you.
Yeah, you’ve got stuff to work on with your colleagues, but Asana lets you create “workspacesâ€ for pretty much anyone you want to share lists with. (Suddenly, pulling together that dinner club doesn’t seem so intimidating.) Asana gives you an activity feed, similar to Facebook’s news feed, to show you what people have been up to. It’s in real time, down to the keystroke.
Cost: Free for teams of up to 30 members. Beyond that, $100 to $800 per month.