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Productivity at Swipes with Mitko Ivanov

I recently had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Mitko Ivanov from Swipes about productivity and how the Swipes team gets the most out of their day. Swipes is a popular task management app for iOS and Android that’s was recently nominated for a Webby Award for top Productivity app. It’s incredibly simple and easy to use and one of my favourite features is that it integrates with Evernote. By adding the tag “Swipes” to any Note, you can send that note to your Swipes account where it appears as a to-do. Better than that, Swipes will then scan the note for any checkboxes and turn those into subtasks. As you tick off your subtasks, Swipes will push the completed tasks back to Evernote, keeping everything in sync.

I wanted to learn more about how a productivity company works and what they’re doing to achieve more…

A Tour of My Evernote Account [VIDEO]

I recently wrote a blog post on how to get started with Evernote and I wanted to follow up with a video tour of my personal Evernote account. In this video I’ll show you have I’ve set up my Notebooks, Tags and Shortcuts for maximum productivity. You can also view my show notes below for a summary of what’s covered. Happy watching!

How to Get Started with Evernote

Evernote is one of the most powerful tools you can use for increasing your productivity. Naturally it made the list of my Top 10 Productivity Tools and is one of the apps I feel I really couldn’t live without. I use Evernote for managing work projects, my website projects, personal projects, home DIY projects and more. There are almost no limitations to Evernote and what you get out of it is only limited by your imagination. I’ve received some questions about how to use Evernote and how to get more out of it, so he’s a run down on how to get started and some of my tips for maximising your productivity using Evernote.

5 Ways to Save Time with “IFTTT”

“If This, Then That” (IFTTT) is an awesome little app that helps you to save time and automate many aspects of your online life. The idea behind the app is simple; you can set up “recipes” which trigger an action when something happens. For example, if you change your Facebook profile picture, you can set the app to update your Twitter profile picture as well. With just a couple of recipes set up you can save loads of time, leaving you free to focus on the important stuff.

Evernote for Marketers

“I sometimes find, and I am sure you know the feeling, that I simply have too many thoughts and memories crammed into my mind” – Dumbledore, Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire. I love this […]