Today’s featured productivity tool is Pocket and it enables you to save all that wonderful content you find online into one place to view later.
Let’s just imagine you’re browsing the web, and you’ve come across a really great article that you want to read but you don’t have the time to right then and there.
So, you leave it there and you do this again and again and sooner or later you have 10, 15 maybe 20 different tabs open for all the things you want to consume later on.
You been there, right?
Then your system crashes and you lose all your articles. Well, not anymore! Thanks to the fantastic free productivity tool called Pocket.
The first thing you need to do is install it within your browser. Whether its Safari or Chrome. Then when you come across an article you like, click on the Pocket button and it will save it for you to read anytime in the future – on all the devices on which you have Pocket installed.
You can also get this on your smartphone as well. So, when you see an article you like, you can again add it to pocket.
Then you can log in to the app on your computer or your phone, and read all those articles at a time that is convenient for you.
You can also consume them offline as well like when you’re flying.
Plus, you can also click a button and have those articles read out to you.
So, you can now consume them on the drive to work.
It is a fantastic tool. I encourage you to check it out.
And if you already use it, let me know what you use it for.
This guest post was kindly provided by Dale Beaumont of 52 Ways – one of the best one day workshops for business owners.