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10 Tech Tools That Can Help Save Up Your Time
There are so many time-saving tools available, just navigating the market can be an overwhelming activity. So, to kickstart some time-saving habits and boost your productivity, here are 10 tools to make your life easier.
Buffer is a superb social media time saver, allowing you to drip feed posts across your networks which are shared throughout the day. Buffer also provides some content suggestions for you daily, making sharing and re-airing a cinch.
IFTTT makes the internet work harder for you, with room for thousands of “recipe” combinations between existing apps based on various triggers. Use it to archive all your tweets to Google Docs or Evernote, to perform smart file research, to automatically update social media and much, much more.
3. Fancy Hands
Fancy Hands is an army of personal assistants at your fingertips. Brief in tasks via email, iPhone, your online dashboard or even via voicemail, and kick back knowing your helping hands will get to work in record time.
4. Fresh Desk
Streamline customer support by using Fresh Desk. It makes dealing with support and product enquiries an affordable, easy-to implement-breeze. Save time, keep your customers happy and save money.
Why build a website when it can be made for you in an incredible 6 seconds? Otonomic uses data from your Facebook page to create a website super fast, taking your feeds and images to build your very own site with your existing content.
Similar to IFTTT, Zapier has an even wider database of apps, and a fabulously wide scope to rig up activity between them. It works with Mailchimp, Eventbrite, Asana, Slack and many other systems to allow smarter, more productive working based on actions. Use it to schedule social updates, save contacts from events or purchases to your mailing list, and to regain some of that precious admin time.
7. The Email Game
Email is a classic time vacuum; The Email Game connects with Gmail to gamify the experience, saving time by bulk-processing emails and awarding points along the way. Respond to emails while the clock counts down, and share your scores via social media. The Email Game makes tackling your inbox fun, efficient and productive.
Unroll.me takes care of all the subscriptions cluttering your inbox and delivers them in one, easy to read and time saving digest. Roll up promotions, newswires, blog subscriptions and other emails you specify, and take care of that time consuming email clutter. Combine with Sane Later and The Email Game for a supercharged and slick inbox workflow.
9. Sane Later
Regain the upper hand with your inbox and restore sanity with Sane Later. This clever inbox app retrains your emails; you can select to deal with non-urgent communications later, tomorrow or next week, or send them to the black hole. Sane Box analyzes your emails, and over time learns to recognize the most urgent and important from the less so, taking the headache and time vacuum away from the daily task of inbox wrangling. Lose the email time swamp and regain your day. It also links with Dropbox to automatically save image attachments to the cloud, saving your inbox space and smartly filing attachments for when you need them later. Clever stuff (and definitely a sanity saver).
Droptask makes task management easy and visual. Drag and drop tasks, group them into common areas, and assign deadlines and actions in a colourful, fluid app. View as lists, groups, projects, deadlines or activities, and assign tasks within the super easy-to-navigate editor; perfect for the creatively minded who need to brainstorm and work in a non-linear way before breaking down tasks.
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