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6 Productivity Apps for Project Managers

BY BRIS ALUMINIUM IN NEWS

If you’ve written ‘get more done’ for your 2015 goals then why not try a productivity app? Many managers these days are turning to mobile apps for organising contacts, attending meetings and keeping in touch with team members. If you feel you and your team could benefit from a mobile app to make the most of your working day, then take a look at these for inspiration.

1. Timeful

As the name of this app suggests, Timeful connects with your other calendars to help you organise your day smartly and efficiently. Basically, it will help you make the most productive use of your time. You can enter into Timeful all the things you want to get done and it will intelligently slot them into your schedule based on hints such as past successes and the times of day you work best.

2. Humin

Have you ever met someone when you’re networking and now you can’t for the life of you remember their name? Enter Humin, an app with powerful search capabilities that makes it easy to bring up contacts, all you need is their phone number or email address and a hint such as ‘met last night’ or ‘lives in Sydney’.

3. Sunrise

Working on a similar premise Sunrise is a calendar app with an easy to use interface that accesses information directly from LinkedIn. You can quickly add events and it works in conjunction with other calendars.

4. Slack

Slack is a chat messaging system that works brilliantly for larger projects as it does away with the need for emails. You can keep in immediate contact with multiple team members, and prioritise conversations that involve you and deprioritise those that don’t. It means you can focus on what is important and not get bogged down in conversations you get copied into that don’t directly affect you.

5. Asana

This is another team communication app that cuts down on internal email and keeps project members task and deadline focused. Asana works on the premise that for great teamwork you need to be organised and connected, and this means doing away with traditional email and being more task oriented. Project managers can get a daily overview of where projects are at and quickly see at a glance if deadlines won’t be met.

6. IFTTT – Do Aps

The IFTTT (short for If This Then That) Do App saves you time by creating a series of personal recipes to make something else happen. For instance if you’re tagged in a photo on Facebook, you can set up a recipe to upload it to your cloud photos, or if someone tweets using a certain hashtag you can request that you’re sent an email notification. The Do App also extends to turning on lights and heating in your home and notifying users by text if it’s going to rain before they attend a meeting.

If you’ve written ‘get more done’ for your 2015 goals then why not try a productivity app? Many managers these days are turning to mobile apps for organising contacts, attending meetings and keeping in touch with team members. If you feel you and your team could benefit from a mobile app to make the most of your working day, then take a look at these for inspiration.

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