Routine 0.6 version for macOS comes with interesting improvements around Google Contacts integration, recurrences and invitations etc.
If you are a developer, then these 5 books can help improve your productivity. In this post, we've listed the books along with a short description of what to expect and why to get them.
The Outline method is one of the most commonly used note-taking techniques. The flow of the notes is logical and thorough. Hence it is suitable for most subjects.
The Kanban method is suited for knowledge work where the arrival of work requests is unpredictable and quick deployment without over-dependence on other departments is a priority.
In the latest version (0.5) of Routine, we've packed some powerful updates that will help you save time, schedule seamlessly, and write with more formatting options.
Flow Notes can be a valuable tool if you are interested in active learning. If you liked this blog post, consider following us on LinkedIn & Twitter, we post similar content there as well.
The Cornell note-taking method has been around for more than 50 years and has a lot of practitioners for a good reason. If you take notes regularly for school or work, this is worth exploring.
"Getting Things Done" is arguably one of the most important books in the productivity space and in this post, we explore some important ideas shared in the book along with some actionable insights.
"The Productive Minute" is a podcast by Routine where we explore important ideas, hacks and methodologies in the productivity space.
The weekly review methodology advocates that, to succeed in life, you need to regularly take a step back, assess your activities, track your progress, and maybe even change the route if it is viable.