They download key documents anytime, anywhere
Professional organizer Andrew Mellen recommends apps like Google Drive and Dropbox to store your documents and photos in the cloud. Not only does doing so let you retrieve your files anywhere, but it also backs them up in case of a tragic (but all too common) computer crash. Here are effortless ways to get a little more organized.
They protect their passwords
“You want to be using lots of different passwords for things because if someone gets one password and you’re using the same password for everything, then they can get into all of your accounts,” Kuper says. To keep track of all of these passwords, she uses RoboForm, an app that securely stores your login information for each of your online accounts. At $20 a year, RoboForm is a bit on the pricier side, but Kuper says free options, such as LastPass, do the trick as well. Here are other ways to protect yourself from identity theft.
They organize receipts—easily
If your inbox is flooded with digital receipts, Kuper suggests using the app Shoeboxed to digitally store and organize them. “It’s really cool, especially for business people, because you have to save all your receipts for the IRS,” she says. Shoeboxed also lets you scan and sort business cards, track your mileage, and create expense reports.