Being organized is by far one of the most important and useful ways to be productive, keep track of habit, and stay on top of everything you need. But sometimes, organization does not come so easy. While at Calling a Lawyer, you’ll have access to a document repository and the tools needed to manage your cases effectively, here are some apps to help you become and stay more organized.
- Microsoft To Do: this app is great to use for managing multiple lists, setting reminders, and keeping track of important notes, documents, or voice recordings pertaining to particular tasks.
- Time Timer: This app helps direct your attention to completing the task you’ve taken on in a reasonable amount of time—a particularly useful tool for anyone who bills by the hour.
- Calendly: a great app to set up meetings and never being double-booked, simply send a link and the recipient books a time that’s convenient for them directly on your calendar.
- Evernote: the wonderful do-it-all app allows you to manage to-do lists, scan business cards, receipts, documents, and handwritten notes, plus record voice memos, and keep it all on cloud-based storage.
- CamCard: this app scans the business cards and then stores all the important information on your address book.
- ActiveInbox: the app perfectly syncs with your email and allows you to turn any emails that require action or tasks for follow up. With its “send later” function, you can schedule emails to go out at a suitable time.
- Habit List: the app allows you to set habits you’d like to improve and the frequency, and it will send you reminders to stick to your good habit along with motivational tracking and trends.
- RescueTime: is designed to save you time. It records everything you do online, on websites and applications, and how much time you spend doing each activity, like time spent answering e-mails, posting on social media, working in excel, etc.