Tuesday, September 6, 2016

10 Apps You Need If You Have Trouble Staying Organized

Whether you are at work or at home, it is important to be able to keep things organized. Unfortunately, this is often a lot easier said than done for lots of us. If you are a disorganized types, fear not. Luckily, there are loads of great apps that will teach you how to get organized, and stay organized.

These apps are going to change your life because you will be more organized and less cluttered and flustered. Check out these 10 awesome tips that will help you become organized, and stay that way.


1) HabitList

When you want to adopt more good habits, it can be hard to stick with them. They aren’t a normal part of your daily routine. This app can help to change all of that. It lets you set habits that you want to continue with, from drinking water to publishing consistent posts to going to more social and networking events.

You get to decide how often to stick with a habit, and the app helps you stay motivated by tracking your progress, and showing you streaks and trends. The app costs $3.99, so it’s well worth the cost to be able to improve your habits and break the bad habits you already have.


2) Keeper

This is the app you need to keep all of your other apps organized. It is a keeper of secured passwords and usernames, so you will never have difficulties logging into your many accounts again. You can add fields, and even install the app on your web browser.

This will allow you to fill in passwords for all sites once you are logged into the Keeper site. Stop wasting time trying to remember passwords, start using this app now. It only costs $9.99/year, so it is more than worth it for your own peace of mind.


3) Zip Schedules

Here is a scheduling app that is going to make your life a whole lot easier. You can use it to make changes to schedules quickly and easily, and assign shifts to employees in just a few seconds. Your employees will receive their schedules just as soon as they are published.

The mobile app is free to use, and it streamlines the management of scheduling requests. It also lets employees offer shifts to others, switch shifts, etc.

When someone needs time off, it is a lot easier to accommodate their needs when you are using a scheduling tool like this one. This app is one that all companies need, because it takes a lot of stress out of scheduling, which can be a hassle a lot of the time.


4) 24Me

Are you the forgetful type? Many of us are, and we can all benefit from this app. It’s basically a virtual personal assistant that functions like an additional brain. You can use it to schedule bill payments, create to-do lists, and keep notes, all in one space.

24Me will sync with many other apps, including Facebook, so it will send out birthday greetings in case you happen to forget to do it yourself. You can share notes with coworkers and others, and organize your entire daily life, all in one place. This app is free to download form the App Store, and is available to Android users.


5) Venmo

This is a great app for writing checks, because you can easily track your finances. Find out who you are paying back, and who is paying you back, quickly and easily. You never have to log into your bank account to search for cleared checks when you are using this handy little app.

Venmo is free for all users, so there is absolutely nothing to lose by giving it a try today. If you seem to always have trouble balancing your check-book, you really need to be using this app. You will be able to stay on top of things, and never have an overdraft fee again.




6) GroupMe

If you love group texting, but you don’t love the distractions in a multi-person group text, you can use this app to turn off notifications. Check on group texts during period intervals instead, just like you do with your email. This app is free to use, and it can be used to keep in touch with family members, as well as:

  • for workplace messaging
  • checking in with virtual employees
  • keeping work messages separate from personal messages

This is going to make your life a lot simpler, and you will be able to avoid having coworkers see personal messages that are only meant for your eyes.


7) Shoeboxed

When you are on the road traveling for business, you end up with a lot of receipts, and you have to track your mileage. Wouldn’t it be great if there was an app that let you keep track of all of these things for you? Shoeboxed is that app.

You can even use it to create expense reports, track your purchases, and keep records for tax purposes. If you’re traveling with a group, use the app to divvy up bills according to what everyone bought. This app is for Apple and Android users.


8) CoSchedule

This is a web-based app that is not available for tablets and iPhones. But, it is ideal for businesses that are trying to manage content daily. So, it is perfect for the majority of businesses on the planet today. It can be used to help you schedule blog posts, social media content, online articles, and more.

Use this app to collaborate better with your team and manage an editorial calendar as a whole. CoSchedule integrates with Google Docs and Evernote, so you don’t have to bother copying information. The cost to use this app is $15 – $60 per month, depending on the size of your business.


9) Pocket

You may not always have time to read an online article or watch a video, but you may want to check it out later. The problem is, you can’t always find it later. This app will change all that. You can save links, videos, and news articles with this app that saves the content. Access the content later when you have more free time. This app is available for Apple and Android users, and it can come in pretty handy at times.


10) Quip

We all know that Mark Zuckerberg is the genius behind Facebook. So, if he is using an app, it stands to reason that it is one of the best, and that we all should be using it as well. Quip is that app. It is one of the greatest apps you can use for a virtual office, and it is much like the virtual office that is used by Facebook, as well as Quora and Instagram.

You can use this app to create, import, and share documents, checklists, and spreadsheets, and update them quickly and easily as needed. You will be able to easily collaborate with others on these documents, and there is a sidebar that you can use to look over any edits made by workers. This app is free for Andoid and iOS users.


Back to you

What do you think about my first blog post for GetResponse Blog? What other tools would you add to this list? I’d love to know what you think. Please share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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