Google Keep Adds Color for Better Organization

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!) We spotlighted Google Keep here in the blog in a post titled “Time-Saving Tip: Try Google Keep to Find Time!” and 

Cyber Monday Apps – What’s Your Favorite Tech Time Tool?

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 author, Eric Ravenscraft, asked readers to weigh in with their favorite, little-known apps.…

Time-Saving File-Sharing App – Try Send Anywhere

Time-saving apps for both mobile and desktop devices are at a premium, with new ones appearing nearly every day. And sorting through them all can be a full-time job in and of itself. That’s why we like to use our Cyber Monday posts to share productivity-boosting, time-saving tools

IQTELL Solution for Staying Organized and Finding Time

IQTELL is a free application that has been around for several years, but the developers have recently added the ability to manage e-mail accounts to IQTELL’s already-robust capacity. I’m writing about it today because my VA just learned about IQTELL on lifehacker 

Chrome Extensions: 2 New Tools to Streamline Your Time

Chrome Extensions can help you work faster and smarter, finding time with some easy tweaks to your online workflow. But what are extensions anyway? Well, browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Safari all now permit developers to write code that ‘extends’ what 

Top Apps and Tools for Your On-Line Life This Cyber Monday

Apps and tools are constantly under development, and whether it’s Cyber Monday or the middle-of-summer, it generally pays to keep up with what’s being created for your on-line work. Curated lists are extremely helpful in sorting through the huge number of options that exist.  So I 

Finding Space (and Time) with Google Drive and Google Docs

Finding space for storing material on the web can be costly, as users of the cloud are learning. Indeed, bits and bytes are tiny, but as they turn into kilobytes, megabytes, and gigabytes, data files become larger and more complex – and storage becomes more expensive.