Here are few time management apps to help you free up your schedule, find time for your personal life, and focus on getting your work done.
Workflow is a highly customizable app that shaves time off of the complicated things you do every day. With Workflow, you can create unique homescreen shortcuts on your phone that perform batches of tasks in one click. Whether you want Google Maps to automatically pull up directions for your next meeting or you need your entire camera roll backed up on Dropbox, you’ll be able to create custom apps that take care of whatever you need. Workflow boasts over 200 actions and integrations with apps like Facebook, Uber, and YouTube.
Workflow is available for iOS.
Wunderlist is a collaborative to-do list app that helps you coordinate with your friends, family, and teammates. When it comes to getting stuff done, you’re no longer alone. Wunderlist lets you track, complete, and share your goals at the click of a button. You can also assign tasks, add comments, and set due dates and reminders for your team.
Wunderlist is available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone; OS X and Windows; and Google Chrome.
RescueTime is a time-tracking app that records how and where you spend your time online. Looking for a better work-life balance? RescueTime analyzes everything you do in a day—from which apps you use to how much time you spend on your favourite websites. If you want to eliminate the distractions in your life and get your work done quicker, RescueTime is a fantastic way to discover exactly which behaviours have been holding you back from living more efficiently. To help you focus on hitting your goals, RescueTime can even temporarily block your go-to procrastination websites.
RescueTime is available for iOS and Android; OS X, Windows, and Linux.
Timely is an innovative time-tracking app that not only keeps tabs on how long projects take, but also helps you organize your workweek more efficiently. Timely lays out your workweek in advance and lets you estimate how much time you’ll need to set aside to tackle your daily tasks. As you track your time, you’ll be able to compare your predictions with how long it actually took you and plan your schedule better in the future. This top-down approach to time-tracking lets you manage your time more effectively and put an end to projects that run wild and out-of-scope.
Timely is available for iOS and as a browser application.
Pocket is a bookmarking app that lets you save articles to read later. Even on your most productive days, it’s easy to be thrown completely off track by one fascinating piece of content. Pocket lets you save everything that looks interesting in one place, so that you can read it later and get your work out of the way first. Pocket works with over 1500 different apps, so no matter where you find it, you’ll be able to save it for later.
Pocket is available for Android and iOS.
– Compiled by Ankita Das