Keep this Productivity tools bookmarked & installed and be more productive in 2017.
Stay Focused – You sit down at the computer, and you swear you’ll be productive. Next thing you know, it’s twelve hours later. You’ve checked your email, updated your Facebook status, blown through 200 pages of Reddit, read every article in your Twitter feed, looked up your favorite band on Wikipedia, vanity googled yourself, cyber-stalked your ex, browsed through all your high-school crushes’ Facebook photos, and lost a week’s pay playing online poker.
Block certain sites from accessing with this Google Chrome extension called #stayfocused. You can work for hours with this Productivity tool long without any unwanted stuff that you try to surf.
Mininote – Teamwork is extremely useful Productivity tool for many projects. How better it would be to use a tool that can help you coordinate and collaborate on your iPhone app. There’s a “lock” function that displays the MiniNote platform on top of any other programs you have open, and the in-depth note-taking features allow for thoroughness on a simple, easy-to-look-at, non-intrusive platform that serves as a gentle reminder to stay on task.
IFTTT – I’m certainly not very sure about how you pronounce this acronym, but if you are working in online digital medium then this wonderful Tool can help you optimizing your social media platforms.
Trello – Trello is great Productivity tool for designing workflow for a project. Your work is organized on boards, which makes tracking your progress easy. You can even add team members and assign them tasks.
Grammarly – Grammarly makes sure everything you type is easy to read, effective, and mistake-free.Never make a grammatical mistake again! Install the Grammarly plugin in your browser and it will magically show you your spelling and grammatical mistakes. A paid version can even check for plagiarism.