As devs, we all have tools that help us get our day to day to work done. If you had to name your top 3 productivity tools, not counting code editors or terminals, what would you choose?
Mine would be:
Notion - I'd love to write a post in the future showing my Notion setup. I'm such a fan! I love the customizability of this note taking app. It makes it easy for me to organize my notes in a way that makes sense to me and it's aesthetically pleasing. I use it both for work life and personal life.
Brain.fm - I've started using this service recently and it has made such a difference. In an open office, it can sometimes be hard to sit down and focus in on the code with everything else going on around me. If I sit down with my noise cancelling headphones and Brain.fm, I'm usually able to get focused in 10-15 min.
GoodReads - GoodReads helps keep me accountable and stay on track with my reading, both personal and professional. I can track and prioritize books I want to read, split them into different lists, and see what my friends and co-workers are reading. Reading is fundamental to learning and growing so I'm glad to have a tool that helps keep it top of mind for me.
I can't wait to hear what yours are!
Top comments (2)
Google keep - keep.google.com
Light and helps me easily get my notes.