Being an entrepreneur isn’t that easy, you have a vision and put yourself to it and started moving towards that vision. You have to be stay focused for reaching your goals. Here we bring some important tools for entrepreneurs and for their teams to bring their work handy and to easily manage their projects along with their team.
Google Docs is an essential tool for working on a file with multiple people. You can access your file from anywhere. Anyone from your team can proofread content, and give comments for others to see. You can also see who else is working on the document and chat with them, so it’s a great tool for teams.
Asana is the ultimate tool for managing your projects more effectively. Asana helps you coordinate all the work your team does together. So everyone knows what needs to get done, who’s responsible for doing it, and when it’s due.
It works with tasks, projects, conversations, and dashboards. Teamwork has never been easier. You can turn conversations into actionable tasks, provide comments on other people’s actions, and immediately see what progress has been made — all without having to schedule meetings.
Google Drive has become the go-to suite for those looking to take their work online and store documents in the cloud, and can access their documents and files from anywhere without any hassle.
Dropbox is great for storage and backups. It has a huge amount of awesome plugin apps to improve your experience. Moreover, it provides apps for every device, which means you can access your files from anywhere.
Evernote is the best not taking app. You can capture, organize, and share notes from anywhere. Your best ideas are always with you and always in sync. Organize your work and declutter your life. Collect everything that matters in one place and find it when you need it, fast.
Google Keep and Tasks using Gmail
In 2018 GMail got a major design upgrade and it’s ability to use their inbuilt apps like Google Keep, Task and Google Calendar becomes more easy. All these features you can access from your single Gmail window.
Trello is a free project management tool that helps you get organized. It shows a board on which you can create lists filled with cards. Trello’s boards, lists, and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your projects in a fun, flexible and rewarding way. When you open a card, you can add comments, upload files, create checklists, and more.
It is super versatile, so it can be used for many different types of things: to organize a specific project, write an ebook, create an email course, etc. It really helps you to keep a bird’s-eye view on your projects.
Slack is a beautiful chat app is an amazing communication tool for teams and mastermind groups. Slack is the collaboration hub that brings the right people together with all the right information and tools to get work done. Launched in 2014, Slack is the fastest-growing business application in history. Millions of people around the world use Slack to connect their teams, unify their systems, and drive their business forward. From Fortune 100 companies to corner markets, Slack helps people communicate better.
You can create several channels to discuss different topics, or you can have a private conversation. Slack also allows you to share files and to easily find messages, notifications, and files in your archive.
Momentum is a homepage replacement app designed to inspire you and keep you focused throughout your work day. When you open your browser, Momentum greets you by name with an inspiring picture and quote.
Typeform is free service you can use to create awesome looking surveys. We all use online forms to get feedback from our readers, listeners, and customers. Unfortunately, boring surveys are likely to be ignored, which makes it harder for you to know if you’re going in the right direction.
These are the productive tools that allows you to take control on your tasks and allows you to stay focus on your goals.
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