If you’re anything like me, you’re always on the hunt for new productivity tools. Productivity has become an obsession for many because it’s so easy to be unproductive due to all of the distractions we have around us.
I’ve tried plenty of chrome productivity extensions and today I will share with you the ones that have worked for me.
Todoist has been my go-to to-do list app for years now. It also has a chrome extension which syncs with the app. Super useful when you’re working on something on your pc and remember a task you have to do – just simply put it in your Todoist list and it will automatically sync with your phone.
You can also organize your tasks by projects, using labels or filters. I personally only use the project feature to color-coordinate my tasks. I use projects “work”, “school” and “personal”, but you can add more if you have the need.
I honestly think Todoist has taken my productivity to another level. It’s superior to any other similar app because of its simplicity and versatility.
Pro tip: Use IFTTT to automatically add events from your Google Calendar to your Todoist.
Hunter is a super useful tool for quickly finding email addresses on any website. I love it because I often have to reach out to people and businesses, and if I don’t have their email address yet, Hunter quickly finds it.
Doesn’t work 100% every time, but way better than any other tool with similar purpose and a massive help in my daily work.
This is an absolute life-saver. I use Grammarly for when I’m writing important emails, articles, essays and anything else you could possibly think of.
I used to proof-read my emails millions of times before sending them because I was afraid to look like a fool and send an email with typos and silly grammar mistakes. Grammarly does the job for me way better than I ever could.
4. Evernote Web Clipper
I’ve been using Evernote for a few years now, but I started using their extension only a few months ago. Honestly, I wish I had started using it earlier.
The Evernote Web Clipper allows you to clip the web pages you want to save. This comes in handy when you’re doing research online, need to save and organize pdf files, highlight text from a website and a lot more. This simple yet brilliant extension ensures that I never lose any documents and information that I need.
This one’s more like an inspiration extension for me, but it inspired me to be productive, so I put it on this list.
One feature that I like the most (apart from the beautiful landscapes in the background and inspirational quotes) is that you can write your intention/focus for the day. I use it on days when I feel overwhelmed to gain some clarity.
That’s it for now – these were the 5 Chrome productivity extensions that boosted my productivity and changed my life for the better. If you have some suggestions, leave them in the comments below!