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5 Apps That Will Decrease Clutter And Increase Efficiency

By Darren Pierce on Apr 17, 2014 6:00:00 AM

Keeping multiple projects organized is always a challenge, and clutter isn’t usually conducive to working efficiently, so I put together a list of some of the best apps out there to help you decrease clutter so you can focus on being more productive.

1) Wunderlist

If you’re anything like me, you have to-do lists all over the place. Wunderlist is a free mobile app for iOS that helps you organize these lists. You can even assign tasks to others and will receive a notification when they have been completed.

2) YouSendIt

Constant collaboration is critical for most businesses, making it necessary to be able to send and access documents, presentations, and videos from anywhere at any time. Besides being able to send files directly, YouSendIt also allows you to store files to shared folders that can be accessed instantly from any device.

3) Expensify

Especially when you’re flying out to trade shows a few times a month, receipts and expense reports can be hard to keep updated. Expensify is your solution. It allows you to snap pictures of receipts and can track all different types of expenses.

4) RescueTime

Is there ever enough time in a day?

RescueTime is an app for desktop computers that tracks how much time you spend on certain tasks. As you switch from spreadsheets to email to those funny cat videos, this app will help you see how effectively you are using your time.

Those five-minute Facebook checks can add up throughout the day.

5) Mindnode

Mindnode can help you digitally put together a mind map when trying to brainstorm new ideas. Start with your overall goal in the middle of a blank screen, and then go to town adding links, making notes, and otherwise collecting creative statements. This app’s canvas will grow as your map does so you don’t have to limit yourself.

New apps are being developed each day to help us stay organized. These are just a few of my favorites.

What other apps would you recommend?

Written by Darren Pierce

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