The pandemic quarantine has not just given extra weight or an unhealthy sleeping pattern. Some also received not-so-good work or study habits such as cramming and being disorganized. As few people slowly start to go back to their normal lives, we need to change that before it's too late. Luckily, we've collected the top five apps that could help you organized despite all quarantine distractions.
Which apps will help you organize?
Let's start the list of something that everyone might be familiar with. Evernote app can be downloaded on Android or Apple devices.
This app remains to be a top choice for organizational skills that both take and store notes if you wanted to. If you want to pay for subscriptions, it offers more features and storage for the user.
Evernote also has upgraded software for 2020, so make sure to check that out.
We all have different styles of remembering stuff or learning things. Ayoa app is the best thing to download if you're a visual learner.
This project-planning app makes a fun organizational chart or 'maps' that you can also share with your workmates or classmates when you're done.
Ayoa app also offers an instant messaging app so that you won't be left out with every conversation over the meeting.
This iPhone app has a lot of things to offer for the lazy being inside you.
NoteCircle gives you time to think about scheduling your tasks for the day or the week and lets you be reminded to do them in very simple ways through your phone.
If you're a visual learner, this app also helps you be right on time.
The Slidebox app is perfect for your decluttering on your phone. If you're planning to clean your photos, here's an app that works for you.
This app can be downloaded on Android or iOS devices. It's free, so don't worry about paying subscriptions.
One very huge distraction on doing tasks is social media or any gaming apps. If that's the case for you, the Forest app will be your safe haven.
This app uses a tree-planting metaphor to encourage you to stop using your phone for a couple of hours. The more you wait, the more trees to plant!
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Written by Jamie Pancho