Technology has helped a lot in routine activities. Every individual, specially woman like to be organized but sometimes it becomes a little difficult. In order to get free of such hassle, different apps have been introduced which have made it easy for people to do tasks.
5 Organizational Apps Working Woman Needs to Get Hands On
Here are a few of the apps without which women won’t be able to work properly.
IFTTT, which stands for “if this then that,” makes your life a little more unified by associating your apps. These combinations, called “recipes,” connect your apps so they work in sync. Think inevitably turning off your WiFi when your battery’s low, or sending a message. You can also link your Facebook to your photos so every new picture you’re tagged in is saved.
Cloze excludes all the irrelevant things and collects information from your email, Twitter and Facebook, using it to assemble a list of the most important people and their updates. It also keeps you closer with your contacts by letting you know when it’s time to send those follow-up emails.
Spendee makes figuring out a budget for great activities really easy. It permits you to sort combined budgets and share “wallets” with others, not like other finance-scheduling apps, so you can know precisely where your money is going.
Trello allows you to make multiple to-do lists, complete with photos, maps, graphs and all sorts of aesthetically-pleasing things. There’s even a way to share lists with other people.
Finding receipts in all purses is like a treasure hunt. Shoeboxed acts like its name portrays, holding onto all those little pieces of paper. You can save your receipt for later use by simply taking a photo of the receipt and the app saves it. This will help women have a receipt free future.