7 Tools to Be More Productive

7 tools I use to boost my everyday productivity

7 Tools to Be More Productive

There are a zillion ways to waste time online.

(Everyone knows how to do that.)

But if you want to save time and accomplish 10x more, here are 7 tools that will make your Internet time more productive:

Pocket

This tool I use every day. It allows you to save articles, videos, and other content to view later, even without an internet connection. This can help you stay organized and avoid getting distracted by the vast amount of information available online.

Trello

This visual project management tool helps you organize your tasks and collaborate with others. You can create boards, lists, and cards to keep track of your progress and stay on top of your workload.

Obsidian

It is a powerful and extensible knowledge base that works on top of your local folder of plain text file. I use it to create notes and organize my ideas as a knowledge graph. This can help me stay focused and productive while working online.

Focus Keeper

This tool helps you stay focused by using Pomodoro technique. You need to concentrate for 25 minutes and only during 5 minutes break you check your social media 😉

Google Tasks

A to-do list app that allows you to create tasks, set deadlines, and organize your work. It syncs across all your devices, so you can stay organized and on top of your tasks no matter where you are.

Grammarly

This tool helps you improve your writing by catching grammar and spelling mistakes, and suggesting alternative phrases and words. It works in real-time as you type, so you can catch mistakes before you hit "send" and avoid embarrassing errors.

iOS Shortcuts

It is an incredible app for iOS users to automate and streamline daily tasks that makes your life so much easier. For example, I created an RSS shortcut to read my favourite feeds. No custom RSS reader is needed!