Top 5 Productivity Tools that will revamp your startup

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Multitasking is a great quality to have. Especially, if you are running a startup and have to take care of around fifty things at a time. But did you know? Scientific studies show that multitasking can reduce your productivity by 40%, besides other side effects like harming your brain, making you prone to cheating, and diminishing your quality of work.

Multitasking might be a necessity, but it certainly is not the solution. The solution is trusting automated/semi-automated productivity tools that make completing tasks super easy.

Here is a list of the Top 5 productivity tools that you need to make your startup more productive and efficient.

1. Trello

Trello Planner Tool

Trello is one of the most phenomenal Kanban-style project management and productivity tools, that helps you organize your work and connect with your team simultaneously.

It is the perfect virtual diary that you need to organize all your notes, agendas, and To-do lists all at one place.

You can employ Trello to monitor several projects/departmental divisions of your company, check their progress and keep updating them as when required.

With features like customizable and personalized boards, lists, cards and reminder-equipped calendars, Trello is your one-stop solution for Project Management.

2. TopTracker by Toptal

TopTracker by TopTal

TopTracker is a 100% free time tracking app that works on the web, PC and mobile phones as well.

From all the time-tracking and productivity tools, TopTracker is the perfect choice for a startup.

It can be used by the employer to monitor the work done by employees, get a summarized report for the same, and maintain a customizable payroll.

Other features include- a centralized view of all the projects, easy invoicing and full privacy control for freelancers. Surprisingly, all this comes for free.

3. Hootsuite

HootSuite Productivity Tools

Hootsuite is an automation tool for social media management.

It lets you track, manage, and control all your social media platforms from one place.

Hootsuite helps schedule posts and content for all your social media accounts so that you free from the hassle of posting every day and everywhere.

It also allows you to see comments on your posts and interact with your followers across all channels.

Hootsuite also sends weekly summary as an email that contains information about- number of visits, geographical locations of the visitors and top referrers.

4. LastPass

LastPass Productivity Tool

LastPass is one of the most sought after password manager.

Being a freemium tool it surpasses all the other password managers by providing equally satisfying (if not better) services than its costly paid counterparts.

LastPass remembers all the passwords to your various business tool accounts and fills them up for you. All you have to remember is one strong master password.

With its strong encryption algorithms, local-only encryption, and multifactor authentication, LastPass is one of the most secure password manager and one of the productivity tools that you just can’t afford to not use.

5. Intercom

Intercom Integrated services

Intercom, is a great tool for connecting website owners to their visitors with an easy-to-use clicking platform.

The company defines itself as ‘the world’s first Conversational Relationship Platform — to help businesses build better customer relationships through personalized, messenger-based experiences.‘.

Resourceful features like Business Messenger, Customizable Bots, Automated answers, Team Inbox, Customer data, Account-based marketing and reliable insights and analytics about your various campaigns make it on of the automation tools that will enhance the reach of your startup to another level.

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