10 Tools to Maximize Your Personal Efficiency
Frank Addante, CEO of Rubicon Project, came up with this list of his favorite productivity tools. Good read!
1. SaneBox: Smart Email Filtering Tool
SaneBox uses advanced algorithms to organize your email into low and high priority buckets. It works with any email client, email service or device. I was slightly hesitant about handing over control of my inbox, but I honestly don’t know how I ever lived without it. SaneBox has saved me hours of time and works amazingly well.
Check your @SaneLater folder (low priority email) twice a day and mail from senders you don’t want to hear from again to @SaneBlackHole.
2. Evernote (Organizes your notes):
Evernote stores your notes in the cloud and makes them accessible from any computer or device.
Tips: Evernote is for business and personal use. I use it to take all of my meeting notes and jot down general personal items. I also use Evernote to scan/fax important documents that I need to keep on hand. Evernote is also helpful for keeping track of project notes and critical documents such as driver’s license, passport, insurance documents, etc.