Top Stories task management
- Why Some Of The World's Most Productive People Have Empty Schedules
- Not Just Another Notes App: Why You Should Use Google Keep
- How To Diagnose What's Making You Chronically Late
- How To Escape The Cult Of 'Busy'
- I've Been Using It Wrong: Here's Why Evernote Is Actually Amazing
- Are You Really As Busy As You Think You Are?
Back in 1991, Warren Buffett met Bill Gates, although, as he tells career community website Levo League, neither of them were excited to see one another. But it turned out they had a great time talking — and during the course of the conversation, Buffett pulled out the little black date book that he carries in his pocket. He flipped through it: the pages were practically empty.
Getting started — and continuing — on a project is tough. To get into a productivity streak and build the momentum you need to keep going, trick yourself by backfilling your to-do list with what you’ve already accomplished today.
When Google Keep launched, it never got the fanfare it deserved. The people that did review it compared it to all the wrong apps, like Evernote or Microsoft OneNote. That’s a shame, because a surprisingly good note-taking app went under the radar, underrated for coming up short against contenders it wasn’t designed to face. It’s about time to give Google Keep a fair shake, see where it shines and how it fits in with the competition.
Android/Windows: The last time we mentioned Wunderlist Pro, the service had launched new features that were only available via its web and iOS app. Now, the freshly overhauled UI is available on the Windows and Android apps, and if you’re a Pro subscriber, you get all of Wunderlist 2′s premium tools on any platform.
Wunderlist, one of our favourite to-do apps, took the wraps off of Wunderlist Pro today, aimed at helping groups stay organised. The new premium version is packed with collaboration tools, but if you’re an individual, free user, there’s a lot to love in today’s update as well.