Apps for Productivity : show them all !

almost 5 years ago from , Freelance Filmmaker

Hey guys,

I know there are a lot of people here who shares their apps and more and I'm so excited everytime to discover new talents! So, here we are. Please share your best apps for productivity (calendars, notes, reminders, time and lot more) here and if you have time, why you're using them, both Mac and Windows.

For me :

That's it for me! Thank you everyone who's gonna play the game.


  • Thomas WilhelmThomas Wilhelm, almost 5 years ago
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  • Matt Sullivan, almost 5 years ago
    • Password Manager: 1Password iOS + Mac,
    • Fantastical, CardHop (for contacts)
    • and while I have tried Agenda (Mac & iOS), NotePlan (Markdown Task Manager and Calendar) works better for me. Highly recommended.
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  • Davison Daisy, almost 5 years ago

    Buffer will spare you long periods of social media management. It's a planning application that lets you pre-post your Full Essay Writing Service UK social networking posts and "release" them at a particular time. Studies have shown unequivocally that Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are more dynamic at specific times of the day.

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  • Hamza Khan, almost 5 years ago

    My question is simple and I ask it after trying way too many apps. The problem goes like this: I have daily and weekly tasks that repeat every single day/ week. Sometimes I can't do all of them I would like a to do / calendar / whatever app, skill development that would simply show me the list of things for every day/ week, with the possibility of ticking/ scratching off 2hat I have done. I want this so I can compare between weeks. Any ideas?

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    • Adam Fisher-CoxAdam Fisher-Cox, almost 5 years ago

      so you want one big list, but to be able to look back and see what things you crossed off yesterday, last week, the week before, etc? but each day the list resets to have everything?

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    • Chris PorterChris Porter, almost 5 years ago

      Use should give http://notion.so/ a shot. I use it for all my productivity purposes. Its great if you want more of a sandbox/builder tool.

      For your problem, you can create columns and put todos in each column or a Kanban table if you prefer that. Each todo can be a page in itself to add sub-tasks, notes, etc. You can even add dates/reminders if needed.

      Then create a page called "Done" to drop all your past week stuff into, or duplicate that task page to keep a history of all your past weeks. You can build whatever system you need!

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