The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Google Keep is a flexible and very Google-friendly note-taking app. (And it’s especially helpful at this time of year, if you’re making a list – and checking it twice!)
The New Year is fast approaching! One of the things you can do to make the New Year truly NEW is to consciously say good-bye to the old. In my upcoming Finding Time E-zine (it’ll be published on 1/8/15 … and you can sign-up for it HERE) you’ll find ideas for navigating this time of transition (more…)
Gmail is everywhere, and if you’re a user, you are probably familiar with many of its features.
Or are you?
As is the case with many of the capabilities that our computers and software programs put at our fingertips, we often only use a fraction of the tools available. (more…)
Photos and images are so important when it comes to engagement, visibility, and just plain eye-catching content on the web (or anywhere, for that matter).
But good photos are hard to come by, especially if you’re on a tight budget.
Google Drive offers a useful environment for storing and working with documents that you either want to share with team members or want to have accessible to you no matter where you are.
The way most people work in today’s on-line world, it’s quite possible that you might be on your tablet while you have your first cup of coffee at home, on your laptop before you head to your office, and then on your PC until you leave at the end of the (more…)
Templates are wonderful tools for finding time, and if you’ve never used one, today is a great day to get started.
Templates are especially good for saving you time with tasks that you repeat with some frequency. Let’s say you often travel for your work. Developing templates for packing saves untold time – not to mention hassles and worries! And the more you use templates, the better you’ll get at adapting them to your purposes. (more…)
Productivity is a goal for most of us – and what better time than at the start of a new week to think about ways to boost productivity and find more time?!
I was thinking about the productivity tools and apps that we use most frequently at The Time Finder, and came upon Gizmo’s Freeware – a website that offers lists and information of the best freeware applications – as (more…)
Cyber Monday on The Time Finder is all about tech tools that help you find more time.
So on this Cyber Monday we’re picking up on a post we noticed on lifehacker titled “What’s the One Obscure App You Can’t Live Without?”
The cloud is becoming more and more a part of everyone’s workflow – and many different cloud storage venues are available for you to use.
Most of them offer free storage up to a certain point, and then have paid options available. If you’re interested in saving money and exploring the possibilities that the cloud offers, you can use multiple cloud services, making sure to (more…)
Everyone wants to work smarter and find more time! And today I am happy to share a chrome extension that helps you do just that, when you’re working with PDF documents.
You know what a wiki is, right?
Streamlining, no matter what area of your life you’re looking at, will increase your efficiency and effectiveness. And that can be particularly true when you’re talking about your on-line work.
Gmail is full of add-ons, tricks and tweaks to help you get and stay organized … and find more time.
From Labels to Labs to Filters, Gmail offers all sorts of ways to customize your e-mail experience so that you see what’s most important to you and/or what you most need to see. It’s all in how you set it up.
We’ve shared a lot about Gmail here on The Time Finder through the years; and we thought we had the ground pretty well-covered. (more…)
Password changes are becoming a regular part of our on-line lives. They are a necessary and increasingly complicated inconvenience as we all work to stay one step ahead of hackers looking for our credit card numbers and other personal information.
Many websites and applications require (more…)
What it does is simple – and very helpful. It lets you know whether your mail has been opened. This is a functionality that many businesses already include in their e-mail systems, but it hasn’t generally been available for web-based e-mail clients like Gmail. (more…)