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Best Online Time Management Tricks

By Edited Jul 25, 2016 0 0

Would you like to learn how to manage your time better when you are online?

Maybe you are an internet marketer and you are really have problems with online time management. Mostly it's about developing some good habits, and using the best tools that work for you.

You want tools that you can use anywhere from any location so you can use them while you are traveling or on the go with your mobile device, if you have too.

I am going to go over a few tools that are online which are easy, simple and effective to help you manage the time you have online better so you can complete your tasks with no more hassles.

Calendar: 30 boxes or a Google calendar. This is a cornerstone for your online time management system, but it has to be easy and simple to use.

You can't wait around to put in an appointment or see what you've got on tap. I really like Google Calendar as it has many of them so you can use one for your work, one for family or personal appointments.

It has email reminders and fast add extensions, yet 30 boxes is another of my favorites and is a good alternative.

Only use the calendar for things that must be done at a certain time, not as a to-do list.

To-do List: Todoist or Vitalist. There are numerous to-do list managers out there on the internet so there is no way I can compare them all.

But I will tell you that Vitalist is my all time favorite because it's easy and intuitive to use. If you like things to be hierarchical and in an outline type format then you will like Todoist.

Project Management:
Basecamp or Backpack. Yes, you can use your to-do list to help manage your tasks for your projects, yet when you need to work together, or keep extensive files and notes then you are going to need something better.

Backpack is the easiest way to get this accomplished because of its versatility. You can share lists, check lists and pages or set up the pages for every project.

You can add things like images, notes and files and send yourself reminders. If your needs are more complicated then this, I would go with Basecamp.

I hope these things will help you with your online time management needs.

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