Tim Long


  1. Petr
    02/03/2019 @ 18:18 PM

    Hi Tim,

    Great selection of tools!

    IFTTT (yes, there are really so many Ts in the name 🙂 ) is my favorite tool. I like the option to create my own applets. Tasks like publishing Twitter tweets on Facebook automatically or publishing new blog posts (if you use self-hosted WordPress) are really cool and save a lot of time.

    • Elvis Michael
      02/26/2019 @ 12:16 PM

      Agreed! I still find it amazing how IFTTT has made it so easy for non-developers to create these automation tasks.

      Thanks for stopping by 😉

  2. Melos Ajvazi
    02/09/2019 @ 00:50 AM

    Hi Tim,

    I thought I knew a lot of productivity tools until I saw your post. It seems I only use like 50% of your list.

    I have never heard for QuickBooks and TurboTax. I will definitively check them as I believe that tools can really increase our productivity.

    I also use Pomodoro, which I have the app installed too. It helps me a lot and keeps me focused not to dive into other tasks.

    Thanks for sharing.



    • Elvis Michael
      02/26/2019 @ 12:14 PM

      Yes, any variation of the Pomodoro technique is simply amazing. Thanks for sharing, Melos!

  3. Sarah
    02/27/2019 @ 20:52 PM

    I’ve tried Trello but I’ve never become a fan of it. I started to search for some other tools instead and I found Kanban Tool. In my opinion, it has all the features to serve as a great project/task/team management tool and it’s easy to use.

  4. Joseph
    09/14/2019 @ 12:37 PM

    Hello, tools aids in making works easy. I could remember, how hootsuite helped me long time ago for social media automation.

    I don’t use them again but I still use Grammarly.