The Top Five Productivity Apps for 2017

Do you want to level up your ability to make money? Or are you hoping to start working on projects that you find more fulfilling?

The easiest way for this to happen is to start working smarter, not harder, and make your dreams a reality while putting forth less effort.

To make your life better and more productive, it’s always best to keep up with the latest productivity apps. You need to find apps that have withstood the test of time and actually help people achieve better results.

At the same time, new apps seem to be springing out of nowhere. So it’s often difficult to determine which ones are actually worth using.

With that said, we will share our top five favorite productivity apps that we believe will help you have an incredible 2017.

1. Harvest App

This app is technically a browser extension. Install it in your browser and watch it measure your time.

If you are wasting an inordinate amount of time while messing around on the Internet, this app will help you figure that out. And it will also help you determine how much time you are spending on valuable activities that will help you achieve success.

As you measure your time online, you’ll start to see where you can immediately make improvements. And this will help you become a more successful and productive person in 2017 and in years to come.

2. Site Block

This app is especially important if you are easily distracted by certain websites on the Internet.

Maybe you have an addiction to Facebook and spend way too much time on this website. Or maybe you are a Twitter addict and you spend four or five hours a day tweeting when you actually should be working on productive tasks.

Site Block will prevent you from accessing problem websites until you turn it off or schedule it to go off at a certain time.

3. Slack

Slack is an incredible app to help increase productivity between remote team members.

It eliminates the need for email and instant messaging. And by having your entire team connected on the same Slack group, everybody will be able to stay in constant communication with one another throughout the day.

You can send messages to the entire group if you need everybody to get on the same page on a particular topic. Or you can use it to send individual messages to single team members if you have an important question or concern that you need to bring to their attention.

4.Remember the Milk

That’s a pretty cool name, right? And it’s definitely memorable which is what the programmers were going after.

Why is Remember the Milk such a valuable app?

For starters, it makes it easy to keep track of all of the tasks you have to accomplish throughout the day. It takes every task that you need to accomplish and puts them in a form of a to-do checklist.

This app has many diehard fans. People love to leverage the unique power of checklists.

At the end of the day, you’ll work harder and smarter to eliminate the tasks that you have on a checklist. So it helps improve productivity at the physical and mental level.

5.Time Tracking Software

There’s no better way to track your productivity then by utilizing time tracking software like Clockspot.

This software makes it easy to find out how much time you spent on a particular project, how many people worked on a particular project, and how much you should bill the client to get paid for your services.

Definitely, invest in time tracking software sooner rather than later.

Conclusion
Being more productive has never been easier in 2017. Begin using our top five favorite productivity apps and watch your production soar.
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About the Author Wendy Dessler

Wendy is a super-connector with OutreachMama and Youth Noise NJ who helps businesses find their audience online through outreach, partnerships, and networking. She frequently writes about the latest advancements in digital marketing and focuses her efforts on developing customized blogger outreach plans depending on the industry and competition. You can contact her on Twitter.

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