12 Good Apps to Help Teachers Get Stuff Done

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The ability to effectively plan and manage tasks is key to enhancing your overall productivity. And while some web technologies can be, if not used wisely, a major element that undermine your productivity, there are several other aspects of this same technology that can be used to enhance the quality of your work and help you be more productive. In today’s post, and based on iTunes App Store's Productivity collection, we have curated for you  this list of great iPad apps to help you take your productivity to the next level and get more done.  We have included various titles some of which share identical features so you will have more options to choose from. Some of the things you can do with  these applications include: create and manage to-do lists, keep track of your tasks and due dates, effectively plan your day, collaborate with your team members in real time, create reminders...and many more. We invite you to check them out and share with us your feedback.

1- Todoist: Organize your life 
‘Todoist keeps track of everything – from simple errands to your most ambitious projects – so you can get it all done and enjoy more peace of mind along the way.’

2- Things 3
‘Meet the all-new Things! A complete rethinking of the original, award-winning task manager – with a perfect balance between simplicity and power, incredible new features, delightful interactions, and a timeless new design.’

3- Any.do: To-do list and Calendar 
Any.do helps you stay organized and get more done. Some of its features include: ‘easily view your events and tasks for the day/week/month, seamlessly sync with other devices and platforms, quickly schedule meetins with smart calendar coordination with your colleague’s schedule, follow up with tasks after a meeting, add tasks by voice, add more details through sub-tasks, take notes and many more.

4- GoodTask 3 : To Do List
‘GoodTask 3 is a Powerful Task/Project Manager based on iOS Reminders and  Calendars. You can use it as simple checklist to focus or as complex project management tool to get big things done.’

5- Sorted: Master Your Day 
‘Sorted is a minimalistic yet remarkably powerful day planner. Master your day and take back control of your time…write down your tasks and ideas into lists, schedule and execute, capture your thoughts using Siri…and many more.

6- Doo - Get Things Done
‘Doo helps you procrastinate less. Your reminders become cards that are easy to start and easy to finish. The streamlined edit screen encourages you to create tasks that can fit on a digital index card. Each card shows up in a stack — instead of a list — so you can focus on one thing at a time.’

7- Google Tasks
‘Get more done with Google Tasks. Manage, capture, and edit your tasks from anywhere, at anytime, with to-dos that sync across all your devices. Integrations with Gmail and Google Calendar help you get tasks done—faster.’

8- Wunderlist: To-Do List and Tasks
‘Wunderlist is a simple to-do list and task manager app that helps you get stuff done. Whether you’re sharing a grocery list with a loved one, working on a project, or planning a vacation, Wunderlist makes it easy to capture, share and complete your to-dos. Wunderlist instantly syncs between your phone, tablet and computer, so you can access your to-dos from anywhere.’

9- Priority Matrix
‘Priority Matrix helps you and your team work on the right thing at the right time. With everybody rowing in the same direction, you will reach your goals on time.’

10- MeisterTask 
‘MeisterTask lets you create visual, Kanban-style project boards, invite your team members and collaborate with them in real-time. The dashboard offers a quick overview of all your active projects, open tasks and notifications from your team members. MeisterTask’s project boards are completely customizable, so you can adapt them to perfectly fit your team’s needs.’

11- Todo - To-Do and Task List
Todo is another good  app for managing tasks and creating to-do lists. Some of the features it provides includes: geotagging (reminds you of tasks when close to task location), contacts integration (ink your task to a contact and call, text, or email), context (organizes your task by activity or location), email Task Sharing (share your tasks via email with your contacts)…

12- Asana: organize tasks and work
‘Whether you’re between meetings or in line for a latte, use Asana to quickly capture tasks, to-dos, reminders, and ideas. Get updates from coworkers, organize tasks and projects for work, or manage your to-do list for the day.’