Nozbe is great by itself, but it’s integrations with other apps make it even more amazing. In this video, you’ll learn how to quickly add Evernote reminders to your Nozbe Inbox using the Evernote Web Clipper.
Projects in Nozbe act as a vertical organization, but Categories on the other hand act as a horizontal organization. Let me explain how to use this to get more of the right things done.
One of the best features of Nozbe is its integration with Google Calendar. It works seamlessly to keep your tasks and calendar in sync so you can block out time for what’s most important.
Now it’s time to peek under the hood of my personal productivity systems. Yeah, the one that is so simple I don’t have to think about it. This system begins with setting up Nozbe integrations to work with your other apps. In this post, you’ll learn how Nozbe’s integrations connect all your favorite apps together […]
Learn exactly how to send tasks through the Nozbe Email Integration to get emails out of the inbox and into your streamlined system.
This has been an incredible week. I’ve been accepted as a Nozbe Ambassador and will be able to help you even more. I hear you asking…What does that even mean and why should I care? In this post, I share exactly what being a Nozbe Ambassador means and what I plan to do to help […]
If you’re a Nozbe user, then you’ve likely received an email of your “Weekly Productivity Report.” Nozbe sends you the “Nozbe Ratio” as a percentage that is supposed to show you your average productivity for the week. But what does the Nozbe Ratio actually mean? A couple weeks ago, I was watching one of Nozbe’s […]
If you’ve studied the Getting Things Done methodology or used Nozbe for any length of time, you’ve come across the idea of conducting a weekly review. A weekly review is a chance to clear your head and prioritize the upcoming week. This post will help you use regular reviews (weekly & monthly) to keep moving […]
For too long, I used my email inbox as a pseudo-task list. It was a way for me to keep track of all the little things I needed to get back to at some point. I heard somewhere that email is someone else’s task list for you. This one phrase changed my entire view. Email […]
How often do you finally find your groove just to get interrupted? With four kids, this is a constant battle in my house. But interruptions attack from so many other places. The biggest culprits are email and phone notifications. Last week I wrote about the 3 Enemies of Productivity. Today, I’ll take you through two steps […]