“Productivity is being able to do things that you were never able to do before.”
To help coders be more productive, these are the top tools and tips shared on Invide's Remote Developers' Community in the past week.
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What's there in the blog this week
- An app for tracking habits
- An app to help you build better habits like a game
- Apps that you can use to plan your day and have more organisation
- Benefits of meditation and why you should try it too
- Productivity tips for remote developers
- An app for Dev Productivity
1. An app for tracking habits
Productive - It helps you adopt a habit in the form of streak , track it and keep it going . It reminds you to do a task from something as simple as working out or coding for a gigantic project on a consistent basis . You also have the option to measure your habits weekly , monthly and yearly .
2. An app to help you build better habits with the thrill of a game
Habitica - It helps you track and maintain your habits in a gamified form . Every task you complete will level up your customized avatar giving you an incentive to stay motivated and keep going .
3. Benefits of meditation and why you should try it too
- It helps in increasing self-awareness
- Feeling positive
- Increasing creativity
- Makes you patient and tolerant
- Better focus -> more productivity
4. Productivity tips for remote developers
Have a plan for your flexible schedule- Flexible working hours or work from home is amazing, but it can be difficult to focus at times, especially if there are distractions like family members, pets, TV around, etc. It becomes even more important to have a schedule for working as well as leisure hours for maximum progress, productivity , organisation and efficiency .
5. Apps that you can use to plan your day and have more organisation
- Google Tasks
6.An app for Dev Productivity
Escape - It is a distraction-canceling software that blocks others app to support you in your deep-work session .
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