4 Best Tools To Keep You Organized Your First Year on the Job

Updated: May 6, 2019



In today’s video, we are going to talk about some tools and resources that will help you keep yourself organized on your first year on the job.


4 TOOLS TO KEEP YOU ORGANIZED YOUR FIRST YEAR ON THE JOB


1. Evernote - Best Note Taking Tool

  • PRICE : Free for basic

  • Evernote is one of the better known apps for note taking and organizing information.

  • USES: • Organizing research and notes • Writing down your to-do list • Drafting blog posts • Writing down progress on mid and annual performance reviews for yourself. • Saving articles to read later. • The best part about it is that it syncs across all your devices.


2. Trello - Best Visual Organization Tool

  • PRICE : Free for basic

  • Trello is a well known app that’s especially good for tracking and visualizing the progress of your ideas.

  • Using their card based layout, you can create a card for every idea and then jot in notes there.

  • Organize these ideas into categories or lists.

  • Create task lists and checklists within cards.

  • Color code them.


3. Google Docs - Best Collaboration Tools

  • PRICE : Free for basic

  • Google docs allow you to work together on the same document real time.

  • Make revisions and leave comments for others to see in the document.

  • Share the document across multiple teams for easy access.


4. Basecamp - Best Collaboration Tools

  • PRICE : Free for basic

  • There are a lot of collaborative project management tools, but Basecamp is one of the best for: • Managing projects, groups and client work. • Communication around teams and projects. • The user interface is simple, intuitive and easy to navigate.

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