Plan Your Day Using These 5 Mobile Apps (Business Owners)
Wasted time means rushed deadlines, a work-life imbalance, premium stress, and self-inflicted anxiety.
Here are five mobile apps to plan your day.
Microsoft Outlook for iOS and Android
For office use, this email fireball is a great scheduling and events tool. With it, you can have easy access to files, as well as swipe navigation and smart filters. Additionally, there is direct access to your Word, Excel, and PowerPoint tools software. Your internet service providers cannot hold you to ransom for you can work offline.
Google Calendar for iOS and Android
Setting reminders Especially for my kind, the enduringly forgetful, Google calendar app is a must-have. Offering daily, weekly, and monthly views, with a seamless toggle between them makes an all-time classic.
The Kwik Delivery App for Android and iOS
The Kwik delivery App is an amazing tool to get things done without having to move around more than necessary. Delivery a product to a customer is a very important part of the day for most business owners. Why not cut out the unproductive time you will sped in traffic and in transit and use the Kwik delivery App to ensure that you have time to service new customers or even for marketing? Kwik takes the stress off you and delivers on an amazing customer experience at the same time.
Microsoft Onenote for iOS and Android
Microsoft OneNote affords you a chance to all your notes in one application – and always at your fingertips, wherever you are. It is a digital notepad. If a dependable assistant were a tool, it would be named OneNote. The pros include rich features, generous free version, and an ability to extract text from images. Finally, it can solve mathematics problems.
Trello for iOS and Android
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Trello is famous for its simple looking boards, lists, and cards. No matter how much your workload is, having to make-head of your to-do list wouldn’t be one of them. Say goodbye to the headaches of tracking the process of a project managed. Get your team to sign up for a Trello account and be back to say thank you for this lesson gleaned.
Working smart saves you from the wear and tear, welcome to better living.