Want to be more organized and more productive? Then take a look at the suggested organization tools from your fellow chamber professionals.
Chamber Pros Share Their Favorite Organization Tools
It can be confusing because there are so many options out there for organization tools. Before we dive into this tested list, it’s important to note that there is no one best tool. Just like the content you prepare for your chamber audience, what is best is what works for the person you’re trying to reach. In this case, that’s you.
So before you shell out the money for the latest greatest app or software, know that it won’t work if you don’t use it. Spend some time doing your research and then trying them out. If a paper and pen are the tools you love most, then stick with them. Efficiency is in the eyes of the user and what serves you best is what’s critical here.
Having given that disclaimer, here are the organization tools recommended by a few chamber pros in the Chamber Professional’s Facebook group.
- Asana. Asana is designed to help teams manage projects. You can sign up for a free trial to see if this project tracking, productivity, team management, and task management software works for you. Caution: if you’re a one-person show, Asana may be overkill.
- Trello. This workflow software offers a free version and can help you manage assignments and tasks whether by yourself or as part of a team. It uses a note-like interface that allows you to see tasks as “cards.”
- Benjamin. If you want an app that can take the place of your Franklin Planner, this one might work. With Benjamin, your calendar, tasks, projects, and notes are always available through syncing your information between iPhone and iPad. The app is $9.99 in the iOS App Store.
- Basecamp. This project management software provides insights into what’s outstanding and team assignments. Basecamp offers a 30-day free trial.
Want to know what other organization tools chambers are using and the comments they had about each of these above? Read more responses here.