Apps to Make a PR Pro’s Life Easier
Posted by Stephanie Brown
Seeing as we are all attached to our smart phone and laptops anyway, why not make them work for us? Staying organized is a must in our busy college-lives, and these apps can help you stay on top of everything you need to do to be successful.
This is the perfect to-do list app. Download it on your smartphone and your computer, and update your to-do list wherever you are. You can make multiple lists or collaborate on to-do lists with others. I use it to keep track of my assignments, make plans for projects, and every day tasks. It is so easy to use, and it looks great.
This is for all of you who work best in the wee hours of the night or the early morning. Ever sit down to get stuff done, realize part of that includes sending emails, but that it’s 2AM? Not the most appropriate time to send a professional email. With Boomerang, you can write an email and schedule it to send out whenever you want. If you are applying to jobs or internships, you can also set a reminder for when you should follow up.
Perfect for group meetings. Everyone inputs what times they are available and Doodle shows you the best times to meet.
A productivity classic: write and collect everything from to-do lists to research and access it across any platform. Perfect for keeping your notes and schedules organized.
You are just absentmindedly scrolling through Twitter, you see an interesting article, but you don’t have time to read it now, Pocket allows you to save any article for later. Everyone knows a PR pro needs to stay up to date – and Pocket helps you do that.
Take a deep breath and let your smart phone and computer help stay organized and get everything done.
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Posted on November 13, 2014, in Boston University, College of Communication, Digital (Social) Media, Marketing/Communications, Other and tagged apps, Digital, students, tech PR. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.