For those of us in ministry, who love technology, and finding better ways to do something, the search for ease and convenience never ends.
Thankfully, my favorite productivity manager, ToDoist, continues to create ways of connecting their service to how we manage our tasks. By integrating ToDoist with other apps and platforms we already use, they are opening up new worlds of efficient workflows and productivity.
Here are a couple of powerful productivity hacks that involve the powerful and cross platform project manager, ToDoist…
Evernote – ToDoist
Thanks to their new PowerApp platform, ToDoist has made it possible to sync with Evernote. Simply add reminders to an active notebook in Evernote and it will automatically sync right to ToDoist. This may seem redundant, but it opens up the ability to have project notebooks to manage projects.
One of the things I’ve never really thought any project manager was good at was handling notes. This new integration raises the bar to a new level.
Now you can manage a project from Evernote and keep pictures, clips, and voice notes as well as tasks. All synced with ToDoist.
Google Calendar – ToDoist
Apps like Sunrise Calendar have made this possible in the past, but now ToDoist can sync with your Google calendar without a 3rd party. See tasks with due dates right on your Google Calendar in web view or anywhere else you manage your calendar (Fantastical!!).
Airmail – ToDoist – Evernote
You can create a workflow by adding actions right in Airmail. Similar to the iOS app Dispatch, you can click and send email to a few services, two of which are Evernote and ToDoist. Never leave it in the inbox, move it to it’s home before you waste more time. Airmail and it’s integration of ToDoist and Evernote make this possible.
What other apps or services do you see playing nicely with each other these days?
If you’re a fan of Evernote or just looking for productivity tips applicable to ministry, checkout The Productive Pastor Handbook.