No thanks to the mighty internet, it’s easy to get distracted and disorganized when doing our work. While doing some, erm, research, we get sucked in on the web’s intricate fractals that we tend to veer away from doing the actual work. Well, we say it’s time for some payback. On this list are some online tools to help you become more productive. Just remember, we already narrowed it down for you: You can stop your research now.
Collaboration just got easier with Trello’s organizing feature. Track in real time what your team is doing, or let your client see how you’re doing with your project, all in real time.
Its acronym stands for “If This, Then That” and its purpose is simple: to organize every web app and smartphone app in one single location.
Bookmarking stuff we see on the web can get messy, whether it’s on our smartphones or laptops. That’s where Pocket comes in. It organizes all your bookmarks, whether that be link to a news, a saved video or an image.
5. Rescue Time
RescueTime tracks your web browsing activity and helps you determine whether you become productive when on the internet or not. But if you’re honest with yourself, you would already know the answer.
4. Hemingway Editors
Hemingway Editor is an online editor that tells you when your sentences are too long. It can also give you alternatives to your phrases, or when you’re using too much adverbs. It’s basically your editor, minus the yelling and cursing.
Sometimes all it takes is a simple “task list” or “sticky notes” for you to track and finish your tasks. Freedcamp offers that simple solution. Your workmates can also track your activities and they can share their tasks as well.
2. Momentum Dash
Momentum’s goal is to remind you what you’re supposed to do every time you open a new tab. Think of it as Batman’s Alfred gently nagging you of the day’s tasks.
Nothing can distract you more from your work than unwanted background noise in the workplace. But not all noise causes distraction–some background noise can actually aid productivity. In comes Noisli, which lets you pick the right ambient background tune so you can focus on your work.
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