Working 8 hours a day will not help you in the long run but utilizing those to maximize the output will definitely benefit you. That’s why productivity is one of the best essential things.
Today, we are going to learn about some awesome tools that will boost your productivity. Learning about these tools won’t benefit you unless and until you integrate these into your workflow.
Some of these tools are from my ebook, 50+ Awesome tools for web developers. This is also available in the Notion template. I recently crossed 1K sales on GumRoad. You can grab the ebook from GumRoad at https://surajondev.gumroad.com/l/50-tools-web-developers.
Let’s get started.
Habitica is a free habit and productivity app that treats your real life like a game. Habitica can help you achieve your goals to become healthy and happy.
Habits are one of the building blocks for achieving bigger goals. I have been using Habiticas for managing my to-do list along with building habits. It’s a gamified version of a to-do list with a variety of stuff to do. I like how Habitica manages recurring tasks and habits.
Trello is the ultimate project management tool. Start up a board in seconds, automate tedious tasks, and collaborate anywhere, even on mobile.
You can manage your task that has a progress timeline with Trello. I used Trello to manage my client blogging project with sections such as Writing, Draft, Send, and Published. It is flexible and can be used for a variety of purposes to manage projects. You can also use it for managing your development projects, adding features, and all.
Sejda helps with your PDF tasks. Quick and simple online service, no installation required! Split, merge or convert PDF to images, alternate mix or split scans and many other.
The one place to do a lot with PDF files. Merge. Split, Edit and Sign, Compress, Security, and Convert from PDF. Convert to PDF, and others are the categories you can explore for your PDF.
Datassette presents a series of mixes intended for listening while programming to focus the brain and inspire the mind.
Lately, I have listened to some lo-fi and soothing piano while coding and writing articles. I love music and it somehow increases the efficiency and productivity of the mine.
If you are a fan of listening to music while coding then musicForProgramming has got you a lot of options. You can listen to this music to focus while writing code.
We’re more than a doc. Or a table. Customize Notion to work the way you do.
The one place for managing most of the work. I have templates for my blogging topics, reading list, hackathon participation, and interesting Gumroad ebooks. There are lots of free and paid templates for the notion that make it easy to use it. Whenever I need to add new pages for instance Personal Finance, I search for templates online. I get pretty good templates at zero cost.
Try to integrate these tools into your workflow to maximize your productivity. I hope this article has helped you know some productivity-based tools.
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