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THE 5 BEST PRODUCTIVITY APPS IN 2021

There are a ton of productivity apps that it is a pity not to use.

09.07.2021
BY HANUM FAUZIA
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Everyone wants to be more productive, no matter who you are. Big thanks to technology which makes it easier. There are a ton of productivity apps that it is a pity not to use. 

So, what are productivity apps?

It is a software tool or platform used on a mobile device. Users can access the productivity app via their smartphone, tablet, or wearable device, making it easier and more efficient to complete daily tasks.

There’s a full range of productivity apps to help business owners, teams, and individuals, including categories for note-taking tools, accounting software, word processing, time clock tools, cloud storage, email software, to-do lists, spreadsheets, project management collaboration, and more.

Are you wondering what kind of apps can help you become more productive?

Google Sheets

 
 
 
 
 
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Available for the web, iOS, and Android, Google Sheets is likely already on your radar if you use Gmail and have a Google account. In terms of integration, it works with all of Google’s products, making it one of the most powerful productivity apps for working with your company’s data.

Even better is Google Sheets’ collaboration capability. You can work with team members in real-time from the same spreadsheet rather than waste time sending various revised files back and forth to each other. You can leave comments and follow up directly in the spreadsheet, and the version history feature lets you find and document changes in seconds.

Todoist

 
 
 
 
 
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Todoist wants to help you remember all the things you don’t (and can’t). You set tasks, their deadlines and get notifications when they’re due. You can even track and visualize your progress, reviewing your productivity each week. For the unorganized among us, the app gives you the confidence that everything’s organized and accounted for, freeing up mental space to make progress on the things that are important to you.

Trello

 
 
 
 
 
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Did my sticky note comment hit home with you? Then take a look at Trello.

Unlike most list-based task managers, Trello is based on a real-time card and board system real-time. It is a virtual bulletin board. You can add photos, notes, files, lists, labels, color codes, and more to the cards to ensure all your information is included. And, you can easily drag and drop to re-organize everything just about whatever way you see things in your mind’s eye.

Notion

 
 
 
 
 
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Notion is one of the most popular and flexible tools. It’s an all-in-one productivity solution, and it’s simply one of the best tools I’ve ever used. Notion is incredibly flexible. It can be a writing repository, task management software, a workout calendar, a database, and so much more. Better yet, you can connect your data in each of those projects to each other, so your workout calendar can reference your journal entries. In 2020 Notion updated their free tier to have unlimited blocks. Previously you were limited to 1,000. Now you can use as many as you like.

Evernote

 
 
 
 
 
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When it comes to taking notes and using them to get work done, having an app that syncs across all your devices and has a browser version, too, is indispensable. Evernote has long been a leader among note-taking apps, though the company has taken its fair share of criticism over the years for hiking prices, gutting the free version, and not addressing major concerns that power users raise. Nevertheless, in terms of functionality, you'll be hard-pressed to find a service that does everything Evernote does, which is why it remains an Editors' Choice. That said, it's not the best fit for everyone. The high price is a turnoff for many, and the free version is inadequate for most. If you need the best, most capable note-taking app and you can afford to pay for Evernote Premium or Business, it's worthwhile.

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