Organizing your digital space is just as important as your physical space. Here are six apps that will help you keep everything organized!
Craft is a simple but powerful note-taking app. Craft has all the normal tools you would expect from a note-taking app, but it also has some features you can only find there, like cards and the ability to publish your document as a web page!
Cards are a way to link pages together. After opening a card, you can quickly go back to the original page by clicking the back arrow.
With slash commands, you can create different types of blocks (paragraphs, photos, tables, etc.).
Craft makes sharing your document really easy. Just click the little share button. You can share the doc as a PDF, image, DocX file and even a link!
Craft is a perfect note-taking app if you don’t need lots of features, but when you do, Craft has plenty to play with.
TickTick is a task management app that has tons of features to make organizing your tasks much easier. TickTick is available on 10+ platforms like iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Web, and even Apple Watch! TickTick has lists, reminders, pomo timers, white noise, subtasks, calendar, tags, even achievements to make completing your tasks more fun!
Milanote can be used for so many things like project planning and mood boarding. You can add pictures, weblinks, hex codes, videos, drawings and more. You can sort things into boards and invite collaborators to share your ideas. There’s also an unsorted section to store items before you place them. If you see something online, you can save it directly to a board using the web clipper.
Amie is a calendar, task management and note-taking app, all in one. With a simple CMD+J (or CTRL+J) shortcut, you can instantly create a new event.
Amie makes it super easy to schedule to-dos. Just drag it from the to-do section onto the calendar.
Amie launched in February 2022 for Apple devices, Android and Web.
Notion is a note-taking app that has so many features. From pages, to tables, to extensions – there are too many features to count! One great feature is that there are a lot of templates to help get you started. Like in Craft, Notion uses slash commands to help create lists, headings, dividers, pages and so much more.
Notion is great at its default settings, but if you take time to customize Notion, it will be so much easier to use. Notion is also great for sharing. You can invite collaborators, share the document as a web page, and more.
Spike turns your emails into messages, so you can collaborate much more easily. You can separate your primary emails from newsletters, so you can stay focused. To you, it’s like using a text messaging app. But for the other person, it comes through as an email. Along with email, Spike has tons of features like tasks, calendars, video chats, notes, group chats, and more. Spike is on iOS, Android, macOS, Windows, Web and even VR!
Now that everything is going digital, organizing your notes, calendar, tasks and email is important so you can find everything easily.