Stick to your schedule with these productivity apps

Nov 23, 2015

How can you make the most of your time and energy? For today’s post, Timbercreek Communities wants to answer that question. The blog team has compiled their high-tech solutions to improving productivity at 2125 Rue Saint-Marc Apartments.

Wunderlist

Being productive becomes much harder when you have multipleTC StMarc Apps projects going on, countless events to attend and endless piles of homework to conquer. Step one to improving productivity is downloading an app that helps you build to-do lists for each of your obligations. Wunderlist allows you to create, organize and share multiple lists to cleanly organize everything you need to do. Plus, you can set alarms to keep yourself on task and on schedule.


Anki

Improve productivity by improving your memory. Use Anki to create media-rich flash cards. The next time you need to memorize facts and figures for an upcoming exam, save time with this helpful memorization tool.

Feedly

Do you spend precious minutes surfing the web for the daily news you need and love? Feedly compiles news and magazine stories into a text-only view for efficient browsing. Users can customize their feed by topic or custom subscriptions. If you are short on time, the app allows you to quickly and easily save an article for offline viewing at a different time.

RescueTime

RescueTime helps you determine what is consuming your workday. The app runs in the background of your computer or mobile device to calculate exactly where the precious minutes of your day are spent. After the day is done, you will receive detailed reports on your activity. Improve productivity with this helpful tool

Sunrise

With so many different calendars to keep track of, you can spend more time weeding through the various apps than actually getting anything done. Sunrise promotes productivity by connecting each and every calendar you have, from your Facebook calendar to your calendar at work. Keep track of how your schedule fits together, important deadlines and must-attend meetings.

Which app will you try first? Timbercreek Communities hopes that today’s post unlocks the secret of productivity for your continued success. For more information about 2125 Rue Saint-Marc Apartments, visit our website today.

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