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11 Tools Every Freelancer Should Use

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Best Freelancer Tools 2021 Being a freelancer is not easy. You’re the boss, the employee, the accountant, everything. Here are some tools that can simplify the life of any freelancer. LOS ANGELES , CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, July 20, 2021 / EINPresswire.com / — By now, you’re probably aware of the fact that the freelance market is on the rise. We’ve talked about it in one of our previous blog posts – Why You Shouldn’t Miss Out on Starting Your Freelance Career in 2021? Working from anywhere, being your boss, choosing your own clients doesn’t sound like a bad way to earn a living, right? But, just as Peter Parker, many freelancers-to-be should learn the same lesson – with great power comes great responsibility. Freelancers need to wear many hats to maintain their lifestyle and income, which can be stressful. Luckily, we live in a time where technology is on our side, and freelancers can use it to improve their productivity, effectiveness, and overall job success. That’s why Brybe’s editorial team will share 11 tools that can help any freelancer become better at their job. Let’s start. Working & Organizational Tools There’s one tool that freelancers from all industries can use – Google Drive. Google Drive You’ve probably heard about Google Drive one way or another – it’s a cloud storage service by Google, enabling you to have access to all the files, media, and other important files for you. It’s free, and you can access it only by creating a Gmail account. Google Drive offers 15GB free storage and for any additional storage, you can check out the paid plans. Most freelancers choose Google Drive as their all-in-one tool because of its simple interface, easy synchronization, and access from all devices- especially iOS, and Android. Google Drive enables you access to their software tools – Google Docs, Google Spreadsheets, Google Forms, etc. You can use them all to write documentation, organize your work, prepare presentations, and many more. You can share all these files and documents with your clients. Plus, you can use Google Meet for your meetings – once you schedule a meeting, it’ll automatically get added to your Google Calendar too. As a freelancer, it’s important to keep track of meetings and deadlines, so the best way to be organized is to use a calendar. Next, let’s check out other tools as well. Project Management Tools If you’re one of those lucky freelancers who work with one client only, you might not even need a project management tool. But, many freelancers out there prefer to work with multiple clients. The freelancers at our Brybe Marketplace like that way of working, too – it gives them flexibility and a chance to learn and work for numerous clients. It sounds impressive, but it’s a challenge to keep everything going smoothly. That’s why you need to use certain project management tools to make things easy on yourself. Asana Asana is an all-in-one project management tool designed to help teams and […]

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