How I use iOS apps to manage my calendar and daily tasks

Things, normally $19.99, is the Free App of the Week right now (free until 11/28/14). This article gives me some good ideas for managing and merging tasks, reminders and calendars.

Gigaom

I’m sure I’m not alone in thinking that my work day is chaotic. There never seems to be enough time, and keeping track of where I’m supposed to be and what I’m supposed to do is difficult.

Last week, I looked at how I use my iPad to manage my notes. This week. I’m going to look at how I use iOS to manage my schedule and task items.

The problems and how I solve them

Meetings, nothing more than meetings
About half my work day is spent in meetings. I’m not as bad as some coworkers whose calendars are booked all day and triple-booked most of the time; very few of my meetings aren’t productive. I’m lucky in that 90 percent of them are related to a project I’m working on. The meeting may not require my active participation, but it’s nice to get a sense for how the…

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About vsajewel

Hi...I'm the author of 2 main blogs on WordPress.com. vsatips...which is about tech tips for mobile devices like cellphones & tablets. vsatrends, my 2nd blog, is focused more on lifestyle trends...especially those with a strong design element. I also host a YouThe channel which includes aspects of both websites.
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2 Responses to How I use iOS apps to manage my calendar and daily tasks

  1. John Klosovsky says:

    Hi! Do you know two apps: toggl and timecamp? I wonder which one to choose but I would like to hear about it from a user.

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