Apps to help keep you on track

Apps to help keep you on track

Personally it’s been a very busy season with work and all the social events that go along with the warm weather but I also know that it usually only gets busier as we get closer to the holiday seasons. With a busier schedule, time has a funny way of also speeding up, which can make it even more difficult to stay on track with numerous tasks.
It’s for this reason that I strongly rely on various apps, which can perform as the perfect tools for getting through my daily tasks successfully. By listing all of my tasks on one of these apps, and completing them as they come up, I am able to focus much better on each individual task, rather than trying to constantly keep tabs on everything have to get done. Here are three of the task management apps I would recommend to get you started.
OmniFocus
OmniFocus is powerful task management software for busy professionals but it can also help organize regular daily tasks and activities. With OmniFocus organizing various tasks in the order in which they need to be completed, you can focus on the right tasks at the right time. OmniFocus syncs across all your Apple devices and is available on Android or PC with OmniFocus for the Web. Projects, tagging, and due dates allow you to quickly lay out your week for maximum productivity. Forecast shows you what’s coming up, so you can stop worrying and focus on what’s important now.
Todoist
If you’re looking for a great to-do list app, which works on all your devices, tracks your productivity, and lets you geek out on organizing and analyzing your life, Todoist is it. Todoist makes apps for all major devices and platforms, and it’s very easy to use. If you need an app to organize your tasks, either by yourself or in collaboration with others, Todoist will keep you organized and productive.
Microsoft OneNote
Whether you enjoy scribbling tasks on napkins and sticky notes or prefer using precise filing, OneNote’s got you covered whatever way you shape your thoughts. Type, write or draw with the free form feel of pen to paper or search and clip from the web to picture ideas. Microsoft OneNote is a note-taking program for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration. It gathers users’ notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries. Notes can then be shared with other OneNote users over the Internet or a network.


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