How Katrina Coloso manages her freelance business with Notejoy
As a freelancer, Katrina "Kate" Coloso deeply understands the value of maximizing her productivity. She's a freelance content writer, researcher, data analyst, and budding web developer that has written for numerous companies and blogs across different niches. And as if that's not enough, she's piled on a Google Digital Marketing Certification and recently bagged the Udacity's Data Foundations Nanodegree Scholarship.
With so much on her plate, digital productivity tools are essential to staying on top of her game. Tools like Gmail, Trello, and Notejoy are vital tools helping Kate manage her most precious resource: time.
How Notejoy helps Katrina manage her time effectively
Kate uses Notejoy as an effective way to organize tasks and to-do's. She also uses Notejoy to take note and keep track of links, article sources, and references for her day-to-day work. As a freelance writer, she uses Notejoy to keep drafts, notes, and website links or sources. That way it is easy to search for and manage sources and references, to ensure proper attribution in the article.
As a budding developer and data scientist, Kate uses Notejoy to jot down tutorials, lessons, codes, guides, and websites.
"Since the day I signed up for Notejoy, I've been hooked to it!" says Kate. "To say Notejoy is a great online notebook app is quite an understatement; it's absolutely my favorite productivity tool and note-taking app!"
Notejoy is both easy to use and organize
Kate has tried several of the other note-taking apps and finds Notejoy far superior for her workflow because of its ability to keep her work organized and structured.
"Notejoy has one of if not the best layout and design among all the note-taking apps out there," Kate says.
"You can easily add notes, and copy and paste links and articles in Notejoy --- and it keeps the formatting as is! You can pool or collate your favorite articles so you can just view and retrieve them in Notejoy! You can also create several notebooks, and label them so you can easily track and pull out your notes for each project you'll be working on."