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5 Applications for better Time Management

5 Applications for better Time Management

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The days go one by one, you think you are giving as much as you can of yourself, at the end of the day you are tired, but in the end, while summarizing what you did during the day, you start to wonder if you really did manage to do that much as you thought. Most probably, it is caused due to the lack of a good time organization.

One thing is certain, most of mobile phone users (almost 3/4) are addicted to their phone so much that they do not leave home without it.

Cell phones are with us almost always. We fall asleep with them or have them very close to us, after waking up the first thing we do is reaching for the phone, during the day we unlock them on average every 12 to even 8.6 minutes, and actually we are not doing anything special. It is simply a habit that we have got into, to which we devote plenty of our precious time.

Therefore, below there are five applications that will help you to:

  1. Manage your time better, so the list of daily tasks would get visibly smaller
  2. Control on what we spend most of our time
  3. Save some time, so that you have it for yourself without feeling that you have not done anything or not enough

1 – Todoist

In this app you can:

  • Plan tasks that can be transformed into larger projects
  • Prioritize the actions you are to do
  • Assign tasks to other people
  • Track your productivity
  • Have an easy insight into the tasks of a particular day or the whole week

*It is free for private use and it is available for Android and iOS.

2 – Loop – Habit Tracker

In this app you can:

  • Check the strength of our own habits and receive notifications for each of them
  • See everything connected to our habits clearly through widgets
  • Transfer all information to spreadsheets or database
  • Keep adding tasks without any limitations
  • Use it offline

It is free and it is available for Android.

3 – Focus to-do

In this app you can:

  • Set a deadline for the task
  • Create plans connected to work, study and personal life
  • Analyze for what and how much time you spend
  • Divide a task into smaller parts
  • Set a reminder and add relevant information

It is free and it is available for Android and iOS.

4 – Remember the Milk

In this app you can:

  • Receive notification anywhere (to not to forget to buy milk)
  • Add colorful lists without any limitations
  • Divide a task into smaller parts
  • Add files to particular tasks
  • Find concrete tasks easily

It is free and it is available for Android and iOS.

5 – Forest: Stay focused, be present

In this app you can:

  • Plant real trees
  • Stay focused for the time you will fix
  • Be motivated through the game form
  • Get rid of the habit of postponing

It is free and it is available for Android and iOS.

Being well-organized ensures a calm mind, you do not have to worry whether you forget about something or you do not know where to start.

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The devil is in the details! Remember, there is always a way to improve and one of those apps can turn out to be a blessing in disguise for you.

If you have tested many of them and constantly they are lacking in something contact with us, we are going to be more than happy to help you to create something unconventional.

Sources:

(July 13, 2020) <https://www.focustodo.cn>

(July 13, 2020) <https://www.forestapp.cc>

(July 13, 2020) <https://loophabits.org>

(July 13, 2020) <https://www.rememberthemilk.com/tour/>

(July 13, 2020) <https://todoist.com/pl/features>Pearce, Kyle “2020 Factsheet on smartphone addiction facts and statistics” Feb. 25, 2020. (July 13, 2020) <https://www.diygenius.com/smartphone-addiction-factsheet/>