Best Productivity Apps of 2020

Best Productivity Apps of 2020

Productivity means getting more done. Your core tools are often task specific. If you’re writing a report you’ll need a word processor and if you’re designing a car you’ll need computer-aided design software. What most jobs have in common, is the need to plan tasks, schedule, and keep notes. This article looks at some of the best Windows productivity apps to organize your projects and get things done.

  1. Microsoft Outlook:
  2. The Industry Standard for Best Organization Apps Outlook is by far the most popular calendar and email system in the business world. It follows the tried and tested productivity combination of calendar, tasks, notes, and contacts. It has been possible to synchronize this type of data across mobile devices for many years, starting with the Psion Organiser in 1984 and continuing with Blackberries.

  3. Google suite
  4. Google suite provides a much simpler calendar and task system than the one in Outlook. Google Calendar can make it easier to use although it isn’t possible to use categories for a proper GTD implementation period. The cloud-based system is great for shared calendars.
    To keep all your data synchronized between Outlook on PC and your phone, CompanionLink is the best app. Most other solutions will only sync some of your data, so features such as categories may not be synchronized. CompanionLink syncs everything in the standard Outlook database and even allows you to configure custom fields.

  5. Sticky Notes
  6. Sticky Notes are a Windows 10 feature enabling users to make text notes that reformat to fit a window of any size, much like a text file in Notepad. It's possible to apply a bit more formatting, such as bullet points, but the biggest difference is everything is stored in one location and can be synced with an Android device.

  7. Microsoft Excel
  8. Microsoft Excel has many uses for organizing data and performing calculations. It can also be a great tool for planning projects and scheduling time; you can easily list tasks, together with the time required to complete them. Excel can then quickly calculate the total time required, as well as target start and finish times. It’s easy to cut-and-paste tasks and adjust times as you plan your project.


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