Goal apps are useful for people to organize and achieve goals. The turn of the year encourages the definition of New Year's resolutions, but planning and executing those wishes is not always simple. Therefore, the following list contains six options of apps that can help you fulfill your wish list for 2020 more easily. Among the options are well-known organization apps, such as Trello, Google Calendar, Todoist.
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Suggestions are available for Android or iPhone (iOS) phones, and have useful functions for fulfilling goals, such as organizing tasks or remembering the week's appointments. Check out all the features of the apps and choose which one to use in 2020 to meet your New Year's resolutions.
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Trello is a good application option for organizing personal or group tasks Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Trello is an organization application that can help you with project management. The tool, free and in Portuguese, is versatile and allows you to do various activities, ranging from managing a company to writing the month's shopping list. To start the work, just create the login and password to access the system. In addition to the application, the platform can also be accessed through the website, without having to download anything on the PC.
Trello's intuitive interface is organized in tables, in which it is possible to create cards of different subjects. In the cards, the user can add project information and even create a checklist of the tasks to be performed. One of the benefits of Trello is the option of determining the deadline for completing the work, and receiving the deadline alert via notifications in the program or by email. Another highlight is that it allows group work by sharing pictures or cards between users.
Google Calendar is a smart calendar that allows you to add information about tasks and appointments Photo: Divulgao / App Store
Google Calendar is a smart calendar for organizing events and reporting important data, such as day, time, location, guests and notes. The app the traditional paper agenda, but with more uses. Free access is provided by Google accounts, and the service is available on Android and iPhone phones, in addition to having a web version.
Among the features of Google Calendar is the link with Google Drive to add files from the cloud to the calendar, or make reservations for hotels, restaurants and other services on your travels. The application also shows photos and maps of the locations listed for events and appointments marked on the agenda.
Microsoft To Do offers practicality and speed to users through a simple and visual interface Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Microsoft To Do is a task list manager that allows you to plan everyday activities quickly. With simple interface, some commands of the app are made in a few clicks, so that the user can handle it with just one hand. To Do is available in Portuguese for Android and iOS, in addition to having a web version integrated with the application, however, it can only be accessed in English.
In addition to practicality, Microsoft To Do offers the user a personalized browsing experience. In the application, it is possible to choose a theme that is automatically updated also in the web version, since the tool works in perfect sync between the platforms. Among the benefits of the application are the possibility to insert files of up to 25 MB to any task and to synchronize the data with the Outlook account.
With a gamification system, Forest is an application that eliminates virtual distractions so that the user can focus on the execution of their tasks Photo: Reproduction / Graziela Silva
Anyone looking to abandon the distractions of the virtual world to focus on goals and tasks in 2020 can use Forest to increase concentration on activities. The app aims to keep the user away from the phone. The idea is simple: you plant a seed that will gradually grow into a tree. However, the plant wilts if you access other apps, such as social networks or games. While this process happens, the application controls the user's focus time.
Using Forest is easy and intuitive, without the need for any prior learning for handling. Android users have access to the free version of the tool, which is only available in paid mode on iOS. According to the developers, the trees planted in the app are also grown in real environments.
Todoist has a personalized system to prioritize day-to-day activities Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Todoist allows you to organize the stages of a project and offers agility in planning activities. Just tap on the "Adio" button in the app to add a new task to be completed. It is still possible to organize commitments by priority level, directing the focus to activities with more urgency to be completed.
Todoist is compatible with almost all mobile and desktop systems. Through a good synchronization process, it allows, for example, starting tasks on an Android device and completing them on a Windows PC. Not all functions are available in the free mode; the paid version offers extra mechanisms, such as a comment system, file upload and information backup.
Asana is one of the most famous apps for organizing teamwork Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Asana is an app for those who want to count on collective help to achieve goals. It is a collaborative platform created to organize teamwork with several functionalities for tasks ranging from managing communication between members. In addition to resources such as the sharing of lists and cards, Asana has a discussion forum to discuss the development of projects.
In the application, it is possible to gather teams of collaborators and assign specific functions to each of them. Asana also has a tool to follow the evolution of group work. In addition, all delivery dates for the project stages can be viewed in an integrated calendar.
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