Free Tools to save time

Free Tools to save time

Hi,

In today’s time, everyone is busy in their work. Even we don’t get time to give our happiness,

Here I just want to share you some awesome tools that can save your time in your work. Hope you will like it..

Here are the categories :

1. Productivity-tools

Email Inbox Organizers

Manage emails by auto-sorting, “boomeranging”, archiving and auto-deleting. Some tools allow users to flag specific emails to auto-archive and remind you to respond.

Boomerang is a Gmail app that lets you set a time for emails to automatically send later. You can get it for Firefox, Chrome or Safari, and it also works for Google Apps. Download and see changes to your inbox that give you options for sending emails. Cost: Free.

FollowUpThen sends reminder emails or text messages to your inbox by sending a labelled email (such as 3days@followupthen.com, or 6pmdaily@followupthen.com) for where you need recurring reminders or one-time emails. Cost: Free.

Online Newsletter Organizers

Whether those are newsletters from your favorite sports teams, industry news, hobby sites, there’s likely a ton of them. Get rid of them in a snap.

OtherInbox goes through your inbox and puts your emails into folders for you. Cost: Free.

Unroll.Me is an all-in-one tool for managing your email subscriptions. Once you input your email address Unroll Me will go through your emails and show an alphabetical list of all subscriptions that you can delete or combine to send one digest email rather than individual newsletter emails. Cost: Free.

Password and File Storage

Using a file or dedicated folder on your computer that stores passwords and personal documents makes you vulnerable if your computer is stolen. Store them online with a password or file manager.

LastPass and 1Password let you store all your passwords in one app, rather than try to remember all of them or stick to just one, which often can be a security issue. Cost: Both a free and premium version are available for these.

My Lockbox is a solution for users who want to keep some files away from prying eyes. Adding files to your locked folder is the same as with any folder, but when you ‘lock’ it, it will disappear. The locked folder is only visible when My Lockbox is open and unlocked. Cost: Free to download.

To-Do Lists

Still making chore and appointment lists on a little piece of paper that you’re sure to lose? (I admit it, I’m guilty.) Let your phone remember for you.

RemembertheMilk sets due dates for your tasks; prioritize them, search them, set reminders for them, and attach them to map locations; they can be organized in list format or by tagging. Once you create your to-do lists, they are accessible from Gmail, Outlook, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and iPad. Cost: Free; $25 per year for Pro account (includes mobile access).

Nirvana offers task management services, and it has a sleek interface for easy use, including departments, flexible tagging tools, reference list creation and filtering variety. Available on iPhone, iPad, Android and the Web. Cost: Free.

Stickies computerizes sticky notes with both text and images users can customize with different fonts, colors and styles and attach to websites, documents, folders, so the note shows up on those screens. They can act as reminders you can hide then alert on specific days. Cost: Free, for Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Todoist is a cloud-based to-do list and task manager integration with Gmail. It allows users to access tasks anywhere on shared formats and offers a distraction-free design for easier use. Cost: Free.

Note-Savers/Bookmarks

Do you constantly save web pages, links and online text? Use a bookmark tool to do it faster.

Google Notebook integrates essentially a Google Doc formatted specifically for note taking, commenting, labeling, and easily keeping several notebooks. Cost: Free with Google Docs.

Diigo helps you save bookmarks online. Besides storing all your links in a searchable online account rather than in your browser, it lets you highlight passages and create notes on the web page when you revisit. Tag your bookmarks and sort them into lists for research or personal use. Cost: Free; $20 per year for Basic account; $40 per year for Premium account.

Template Responses

Don’t re-write the same email over and over again. Use these tools to identify email most often used and create template responses.

Gorgias enables you to save time writing emails by creating your own snippets and templates. Increase your productivity with templates and keyboard shortcuts on Gmail, Outlook and LinkedIn. Cost: Free.

MS OneNote lets you enter information to create and save notebooks and responses to share with others. While OneNote is part of Microsoft Office, you can download versions of the suite for the iPhone and for Windows Phone 7, and use the OneNote web app to take and save notes on the go from any web-enabled device. Cost: Free.

Time Tracking

Keep track of how much time you spend on your computer for specific jobs with an app to help you chart where your time is going.

Rescue Time keeps track of how you spend your time on the computer by putting your computer usage into graphs and charts. The Pro version gives more options, like specifying “focus time,” which blocks you from visiting distracting websites. You can also set alerts. The Team version appeals to groups who track productivity and trend reports. Cost: Free; $6 per month for Pro account; $8-$15 per user, per month for Team account.

Call, Messaging and Video Conferencing

It’s likely that half of what you schedule an in-person meeting to do can be done on a conference call or through video. Spend less time on email and in meetings.

Slack is a messaging app that collects all your team communication into one place. Cost: Free.

Skype video and call conferencing can help both you and your team manage time. Cost: Free.

2. Web Performance Tools

PerfTool

PerfTool is a handy tool that collects detailed info about your site and displays it on an easy-to-read dashboard.

Performance Budget Builder Tool

Performance Budget Builder Tool is a small tool created by Brad Frost for planning and making your own web project performance budget.

Hookbin web service collect parse view HTTP requests

Hookbin is a free web service that allows you to collect, parse and view HTTP requests.

Online Checklists, Guides & References

Security Guide Developers checklist preventing security issues

Security Guide for Developers is a practical checklist for preventing security issues.

Web Designers Checklist App designer news

Web Designer’s Checklist App is a simple tool for managing all of the tasks of aweb project.

Image Tools & Editors

Vectr is a free graphics editor used to create vector graphics easily and intuitively.

Visual Center tool find visual center images

Visual Center is a tool that will find the visual center of your images.

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