Using Twitter As A Productivity Tool

Twitter’s not traditionally the first place you’d think of when you’re goal is productivity, but as productivity blog KnowtheNetwork points out, it can be surprisingly adept at adding quick notes or to-do’s from most anywhere.

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Even if you think Twitter’s primarily for narcissists, it’s still a great search tool, and since you can access and post to Twitter from nearly any device, you can use that strength as a quick and efficient way to update your Google Docs, to-do lists or otherwise.

KnowtheNetwork rounds up a few great applications with Twitter messaging support (we’ve also added one or two of our own favourites):

Hit up the post at KnowtheNetwork for more details on integrating Twitter with your favourite productivity tools, or if you do something similar, tell us about it in the comments.

Get Things Done Twitter Style [KnowtheNetwork]

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