Event organisers will never have enough time. If there's one universal fact I've learned across every conversation I've had with Tito customers, in Tito HQ and at events themselves, this is it.
If you look at an event organiser's list of priorities, you probably won't find "be more productive" anywhere on it, but anywhere you can save time is worth it when it comes to the role, so I thought I'd use some of my time to save organisers theirs.
One small way I could do that was committing myself to finding a list of productivity tools that could actually help them. To that end, I spent 30 days trying 30 different productivity tools to find the best ones.
It was no simple task, let me tell you. I've read just about every "List of tools you've never heard of", "Tools you should try in 2019", "Best productivity apps of this year", and "Tools every busy person needs" article you can find.
The common thread among them was that they listed the functionality of the tools, and the price, which is great. But they lacked and insight into how they impact peoples' work. So, here we are, and that's what I'm going to share.