4 Applications Every Event Manager Needs

 Whether you need an application to help you get more quality sleep, or one that will increase your productivity, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our picks for the best applications for event managers to download today.


 

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Sleepyti.me – Sleepyti.me calculates when you should go to sleep based on your desired wakeup time. Since it counts backwards in sleep cycles, following its advice will leave you well-rested and ready to start your day! Alternatively, you can enter what time you’re going to bed and the application will suggest optimal wake up times. Sleepyti.me’s strategy is simple but it can improve your nights in a big way. Plus, it’s free!

 

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Rescue Time – This application runs securely in the background of your computer during the workday. It tracks the time you spend on applications and websites to give you an accurate picture of your day. The free version gives you weekly insights and the paid version gives you daily data. The paid version also allows you to log time you spend away from the computer, in meetings, etc. Have an addiction to those cute kitten videos? You can even block distracting websites from yourself temporarily.

skyscannerSkyscanner – If you’re an event manager, there’s a good chance you log a lot of miles in the sky. Need to book a last minute flight? Look no further than SkyScanner. It scans thousands of airlines to find you the cheapest flight possible and they never charge a fee.

 

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Wunderlist – This app is a dream for any list lover. Whether you want to share a project checklist with a co-worker or write a to-do list for an upcoming vacation, this application will keep you productive, and you’ll get the old-school satisfaction of checking things off when you finish them! Best of all, Wunderlist syncs in real time so that your lists stay up to date, no matter where you are in the world.

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What apps do you use to power your projects? Tell us in the comments below!