What are your priorities this year? How do you want to accomplish them? There are many startups that can help you get organised, boost your productivity, work more efficiently alone or in a team – so at the end of the day (or year) you come home at a reasonable time and have your task list done. Do let us know about any we may have missed.
Prague-based Agile Walkthrough is a project management and collaboration web tool for teams. It keeps everybody up-to-date of the project state and makes sharing tasks easier.
Are you making plans for your job this year? Having a hard time to get the whole picture on paper? Ganttic is a resource planning and project-scheduling programme that promises to do better than MS Excel.
You make lists of the things you want to do or buy at the grocery store, yet you never have them with you when you need them? Listhings is a simple web-based note-keeping service that saves your notes to database servers so you have access to them on the go.
You sure have a calendar app on your phone. Is it cluttered? Give Monday Calendar a try – you can list all your tasks, meetings and social events in one place.
How much time do you spend on different tasks each day? Where could you save time? With Toggl it is easy to find out – the time tracking tool knows where your day goes.
As an entrepreneur, your inbox is your best friend and worst enemy at the same time. Budapest-based startup Zinbox turns your emails into tasks and lets you streamline your workflow.
Does your team make use of cloud apps? To collaborate more effectively, BusyFlow helps you manage cloud apps such as Google Docs, Dropbox and Evernote and gets the entire team on the same page.
Think about all the interesting stuff you find on the web – instead of overloading your bookmarks, check out Dragdis. You can simply drag every article, video or picture to the side of your screen and drop it on Dragdis.
With 7todo you get a structured overview of your tasks for every day of the week, all in one window.
If you have a new year’s resolution, you probably need to turn it into a habit. Check out Whemsy – you get rewards until the desired habit sticks. Read more about them here.
In case you’re tired of sending documents with comments back and forth, DoxBee allows you to “bee efficient” – you can directly chat with the recipient and discuss the document content.
Working on a project with your team? With TaskWorkshop, you can actually run it from idea to the final stage. You can assign tasks and chat with your team members to get the work done.
If you are one of those who can easily spend a few hours on social networking platforms, you should check out Hickery. The platform puts all the fascinating stuff into categories and then offers recommendations based on your interests.
It promises to be as Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V – Romanian startup Omnipaste makes data transfers between your devices easy and fast. Read more about them here.
Where do you save your photos, memos, tweets, or notes? Cluttered or all over the place? Serbian Data Maid (based in Sofia) can organise them all for you, on a timeline as things are happening.
So we know that you are going to work a lot this year but don’t forget about taking care of yourself – get a haircut or a massage. Onmuvo’s platform will help you find the best services around you in a few minutes only.
Learn how to organise your life with Tasknik – the platform lists all your tasks and you can define their priorities and how certain task build on each other. No chance to procrastinate anymore.
The guys from Jeapie don’t believe in email or text notifications but instead rely on push notifications on your phone. Their cross-platform lets you send and receive notifications for products, web-services and more.
As a startup, your team probably isn’t at the same physical space all the time. Remote.st helps you to stay in touch with your team members throughout the day via video and chat.