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Entrepreneurs seem to be the masters of time-management, organization and all-around efficiency. If you wonder how they do it (no, all the credit can’t go to their co-founder(s) or assistant), look no further than their mobile device.
Startup founders and entrepreneurs must be savvy when it comes to their resources, and many have turned to their smartphones and tablets to help them get the job done. By using mobile apps, these business owners can organize their daily schedules, reduce their time spent in meetings and, ultimately, advance their business growth and generate more revenue.
As an entrepreneur, I’m always looking for new tools to keep me on task and reduce the learning curve whenever possible. Here’s a list of apps that will help any entrepreneur looking to add new tools to their digital toolbox.
Our smartphones have become a part of our daily must-haves, especially as single women on-the-go. Our phones hold the keys to some of our most important resources, from connecting us to our bank accounts instantly to tracking weight loss goals. According to Credit Sesame, no single woman should go without a few apps to help promote their personal health & lifestyle, safety, travel, organization and budgeting. Rounding up some of our personal favorites, here is a list of 10 important apps no woman should live without.
Nowadays, finding great music is easier than ever. Whether searching YouTube for video of Miley Cyrus riding naked on a wrecking ball or streaming music from your phone, there are countless ways to find the music you love, or discovering something new. With so many available streaming sites it can get a little confusing knowing the benefits of each and decide which one is music to your ears. Check out the following list of music sites, from the popular to the obscure.
How many times in a day do you pull out your mobile phone and think to yourself, “How did I get so many apps on this thing?”
You ought to use your mobile device for what it’s meant to do — make your life easier and keep you connected. But if you’re always putting new apps on your device, you’re actually diminishing its performance, wasting the reason why you have the device in the first place.
Way back in 2012, The New York Times offered up a few suggestions for cleaning up your app situation, among them, using folders and getting rid of things you don’t use. Here are a few suggestions for cleaning up and speeding up your Android device. And here are suggestions for both the Android and iPhone.
The common thread for all of these articles is to be judicious about what you’re putting on your phone. Even if it’s free, if you don’t need it, don’t download it.
The app automatically creates segmented workspaces for personal projects and any company associated with your email address. Manual workspaces are another option, and team members can join by invitation. Projects and tasks galore
Create projects for any and everything that needs to be done and assign team members tasks within that project. Include details in the description field and even create subtasks. The entire team can alter the workspace, so if the social media manager needs a file before he starts a new Instagram campaign, he can follow the editor’s task and be notified when it’s completed. No snooze buttons
Due dates and comments make it easy to monitor progress on all assignments. Asana sends alerts notifying assignees of overdue tasks to the associated inbox and primary email account. And though due dates can be changed, a little birdie will leave a system message telling the slacker’s business to anyone curious enough to check. Real-time updates everywhere
No more sending dozens of emails to remind everyone what’s planned, that mostly just flood already crowded inboxes. Web and mobile apps give on-the-go access to my team — a perfect solution for a start-up crew scattered across the city. Since my team began using Asana, we’ve seen a noticeable decrease in “Are you done, yet?” group messages and we don’t have to set aside time at meetings or send follow-up emails of chores for the week. As soon as someone brings it up, we add it to the appropriate project and assign it to the responsible party. I have to say, it works a lot better than a Post-it.
Springtime is here and with it comes flowers, sunshine… and technology? While you might not automatically associate technology with the outdoors, there are several ways that tech innovations, gadgets, and websites can help us make the most of spring. Read on for 10 ways you can enhance this season with tech!
As we slowly crawl toward spring, you can turn to technology to help you get in shape, get organized, clean the house, and more. Half of all African-American cell phone owners have downloaded a mobile phone app, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, and as far back as November 2011, mobile app usage surpassed mobile browser usage. So here are nine apps and websites that can help you do a bit of self-improvement this spring.