There is so much information on the Internet! If you regularly create content for social media, write blog posts or even books, check out these 7 free online productivity tools. They will enable you to save useful articles, images, videos, and quotes, turn your saved resources into tasks, set reminders and add notes to organize and effectively plan your daily activities.
1. Pocket – save the articles, images, videos and other interesting content you found while you were surfing the Internet to check them out later. Simply click on the Pocket button in your bookmark toolbar, and your chosen article will go straight to your Pocket. Add tags to organize your content and find it later. Pocket syncs across devices so that later you can find all the information you saved on any of your devices
2. Google Keep Chrome Extension – similarly like with Pocket you can save articles, images, videos or quotes with this tool to check them out later. You can also add reminders to your saves, if you have tasks associated with them, take notes for additional detail and add labels. This extension can be synced across all the platforms that you use – including web, Android, iOS, and Get it on Google Play.
3. Send to Kindle – if you like using Kindle reader then this extension is for you. Use it to send your chosen web content to Kindle to read it on your device.
4. Evernote – capture and organize your ideas either on the desktop or your mobile device. Save notes (audio and text), set reminders, upload attachments, or use the Evernote Web Clipper bookmark to save interesting links to your account for later reading. Keep all your notes and ideas organized in one place to boost your productivity and save you a lot of time. You can also get their app to use it on your smartphone, too.
5. Checker Plus for Google Drive – if you store your files on Google Drive this extension will be a good help. Click on its icon in your browser toolbar, and you will be able to view, search or delete your files instantly right from the browser button (without waiting for Google Drive’s page to open). Moreover, you will get desktop notifications when any of your files/documents are modified or updated by a shared user.
6. Actually, you don’t need a specific tool. You can use a tool that you might be already familiar with. It’s Google Calendar. Simply create a separate calendar within your regular calendar and devote it for planning your content. If there are several persons that work on your social media content, invite them as your team members. Additionally, you can use different colors for different content and add reminders. It’s really easy to use, free of charge and is accessible online from every device.
7. Podkicker – if you’re a podcast addict, organize your subscriptions with this app. It lists the podcasts you have currently subscribed to and the 200 latest episodes from all your subscriptions. Therefore, you can easily access all your favorite podcasts organized in one place and listen to the latest episodes whenever you want.
Did I miss any great online productivity tool? I’d love to know which tools you use to be more productive! Oh, and if you enjoyed this post, you might also like my post on the best 8 Gmail Extensions to be more productive in managing your inbox.