My Favorite Calendar Apps to Stay Organized [VIDEO]
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My Favorite Calendar Apps to Stay Organized [VIDEO]

I’m absolutely obsessed with calendars. I don’t know why other than I like being a planner. So I spend a lot of time on writing down my ideas and appointments and plans and my calendar is basically the main source of my most important things to do or keep track of. Inbox comes next. So that’s why I thought I’d talk about my favorite calendar apps to stay organized with today. Because most of us are sticking to the digital when it comes to tracking appointments because it’s much more convenient than carrying around a paper calendar (which I still do… because I like nostalgia.)

My Favorite Calendar Apps to Stay Organized:

Calengoo

This app is great for people who are using Google Calendar. Although no officially affiliate with Google, it is an exact replica of that calendar as if you were looking at it on your desktop computer. I love this becuase it’s so much easier to look at the same format consistently so you know you’re not missing anything. Consistency is a great thing for staying organized. This app is available on both iPhone and Android.

Sunrise

This is  new app for me that I recently downloaded but I really like it. I seem to lose track of Facebook appointments (although you do have the ability to subscribe them to your Google calendar and I just don’t). But this app will incorporate Google, Facebook and Linkedin accounts to look for events on your calendar as well as the people you’re connected with if you’re attending an event with them. Makes it easy to contact them if you’re running late or just want to keep up with their birthday when it comes up. This app is available for iPhone.

How do you keep your schedule organized?

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1 comments
roguepolymath
roguepolymath

@savvysexysocial lookin classy today, idea: you might have missed an opportunity to link to your editoral calendar template. Maybe?