The HR Source Twelve Days of Sharing – Week 3

Have you received your gifts? During the first two weeks of December, The HR Source has shared six awesome resource gifts and we’re ready to share even more. If your gift basket is empty go back and check out our suggested Self Care and Connection applications. It’s never too late! And the best part is there’s even more to come. This week The HR Source shared gifts are suggested organizational tools. Keeping track of your many to-do lists is paramount. Being efficient is the name of the game. If you’re looking for the best way to handle this, we have three suggestions that just might help. 

Gift #1 – Trello

Trello is a popular project management tool that lets you create and manage tasks, whether that be a team project or just your own personal list of chores. You can set deadlines, leave notes on projects and tasks, and assign tasks to other project collaborators. Trello uses a kanban board view to let you easily visualize how the progress of the project is going.

Gift #2 – Zapier

Zapier is a service that you can use to connect apps and automate different tasks, freeing up your team to work on more sensitive areas. With Zapier, you integrate your other apps and then tell Zapier what you want to accomplish. Think of it as a way to build workflows to accomplish simple tasks automatically. Let’s say you use Trello for project management and have a Google Calendar to manage your time. Zapier can link to both and use information from one app to create something in another. 

Gift #3 – Evernote

Evernote is one of the most powerful organization apps available. Manage to-do lists, scan business cards, receipts, and handwritten notes, and even record voice memos. Attach docs, photos, and PDFs and organize it all however you see fit. It’s a highly popular option and has both a free version and an option for PC.

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