Notion introduced an array of upgrades to their service this week, with an intention of fixing smaller, experience based addition for long-standing users.
Sunsama isn’t new. It has been around for many years now, but only recently getting the injection of excitement from the productivity space with their engaging Facebook ads and marketing — but much like it’s origins, Sunsama wants to be the one place for your calendar and to-do list.
Very simply, Sunsama combines your calendar view and your to-do list in one hub — but with some interesting time management…
With millions of productivity tools, the world is never in short supply of note-taking applications. From Evernote to Roam, the options to continue to grow and grow for better and smarter ways to note-take.
I tend to make courses on the hottest note-takers, so with this article, I’m happy to announce the Mem Made Simple course for learning Mem.
Like all productivity apps and software, the world continues to grow with trends and innovations — better ways to do things, smarter approaches that in a heartbeat drop our focus on one app, to another.
With the same vibe that we all dropped clunky text editors/docs apps on Mac for Evernote, the world will soon be posed with the same dilemma.
As we all know, Evernote are trying to put all their time and attention into gaining back users after almost 5 years without a major release or improvement to their service.
Much like Discord, Slack have introduced an audio feature that allows you to chat outside of formal video calls or meetings — through the Slack too, much like you would after a meeting in the office.
Long has the productivity space enjoyed the rich lessons that creator of “Getting Things Done” book, David Allen and continues to over time.
Being worshipped for his 5 steps of productivity — today the market reflects that with an array of productivity applications to best optimise your GTD methodology.
Some GTD applications can appear tired in look, thanks to the structured nature of GTD — that’s totally natural. Well, not Nirvana. The application springs life into the process.
Nirvana is available on iOS, Android, Mac, Windows & Web — a wide variety for all types of users and the…
Apple will probably have run out of hardware to make. Completely a moonshot, but hardware might hit this critical point — where as consumers, we just don’t notice the difference anymore.
This is arguably happening now, but from a consumption of new device perspective — we haven’t quite hit this point commerically.
Productivity software will become the new hardware, but with players like Google, Microsoft, Apple & others who invested in being a machine learning engine for said productivity, will be at the front of the queue.
Now, Apple’s main software set-up for people’s day management will be their productivity…
I’ve condensed my opinions down further to share a few key insights into my own ReMarkable 2 experience to date.
The best way to break this down is to highlight the elements of this experience with a good and bad round-up and summarise who this is best for at the end.
Over the years, productivity applications have continued to evolve and change… as we’ve all expected!
The world of to-do list applications was once overwhelmed (and still is) but over the last few months, a new form of “to-do list” application has been impressing many as a one-stop personal productivity hub.
Back in 2018, I barked on about how Evernote was coming up against the titan, that is now Notion — looking back in hindsight, this really wasn’t the battle we have today.