My top 5 productivity tools

I’m going to present you my top 5 productivity tools to immediately improve the productivity.





It is your online notebook for everything most likely you’ve heard about Evernote.

It’s this pretty fancy easy software to take notes, create to-do lists, save web-pages so you don’t have to have dozens of open tabs but can check the pages later and even scan documents directly to Evernote to never forget about anything again.

As it’s collaborative you can share the documents, appointments, todo’s with your friends and colleagues. Evernote syncs automatically amongst all your devices. It is completely free and offers some premium features as well, especially offline functionalities.



IBM Verse


IBM Verse is a powerful email hosting solution that enables users to access their business communications from a laptop or desktop browser or from a mobile device. This email and business messaging experience is based on an innovative user-centric design, including social analytics and advanced search capabilities.  Verse helping users to prioritize and re-focus on the content that matters most, a collaborative information exchange using intelligent, built-in security features with engaging social apps for connecting global teams.



Panda Chrome extension


Panda takes the place of your default tab in Chrome and fills it with the latest shots from different cool feeds. Panda is offering entrepreneurs, developers and designers an easy way to keep up with industry news and inspiration from a variety of sources in one interface. Currently, the site features sources like Hacker News, Dribbble, Behance and Designer News, for example, which you can toggle on and off to customize your view.





Trello has everything you need to organize projects of any size. This free tool uses cards, which you can group and organize to stay on track. For the super-visual among us, you may want to check this one out. Open a card and you can add comments, upload file attachments, create checklists, add labels and due dates, and more. Mention a member in a comment to make sure they get notified. Add files by uploading them from your computer, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, and OneDrive.


Google Drive

Google Drive

Google Drive is based on Google’s cloud storage service and it is a great productivity aid due to its integration with the rest of the Google ecosystem. Users can easily upload and download any file, and efficient file sharing and collaboration features let you easily work on shared projects collaboratively. Easy configuration of sharing settings, folder structure, quick access to recent files and details, and built-in viewing of documents, PDFs, photos and videos make for a versatile cloud storage tool whatever mobile OS you use.


So these are my top 5 productivity tools, do you love this tools, too ? Your comments and suggestions are welcome.



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  1. 🙂 Gmail is the best free online mail tool ! but take a look at IBM Verse.

    “The big problem with email is not clutter, Microsoft Clutter and Google Inbox may be very useful, but IBM is going a level deeper, to look at the things that users are planning and who they’re planning them with, which is something that IBM Connections has a better handle on than, say, Google.”

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