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It seems as if there are thousands of new tools coming out every day that can help you lead a more productive way of life. The trick is finding them, of course. With the numbers continuing to grow, discovering new tools can be tough. Here are fifty particularly useful tools that can help you be productive in a variety of ways, from managing your finances to getting things done to scheduling conference calls. Tell us which sites make your life more productive!

  1. Get It Done: If you rely on the GTD system, this site lets you manage all of your projects in one place.
  2. Mitto: Save your passwords in one place with a secure password manager that you can access from anywhere.
  3. WorkoutBox: Manage your workouts with step-by-step instructions, as well as personal support from a fitness team.
  4. Kapitall: Research and manage your investments with an online investing platform.
  5. Nubli: Automatically prioritize your emails in Outlook, allowing you to take quick action on important emails and stop stressing about unimportant ones.
  6. Mockingbird: Mockup a new website in moments and share your design ideas online.
  7. StreetMavens: Hear the latest news for what’s going on in your city.
  8. TimeToNote: Discuss client interactions and track information in your business.
  9. Listhings: Rather than relying on easy-to-lose sticky notes, jot down your notes online.
  10. RecipeRX: Get restaurant and recipe recommendations based on your personal health profile.
  11. Skimble: Plan and track your lifestyle, as well as receive inspiration to live a more active lifestyle.
  12. CookThing: Get guidance on how to cook just about anything, based on the ingredients you already have.
  13. MeeBee: Setup meetings with your friends by referencing their calendars and email information.
  14. iDeskapp: Organize information you might otherwise write down and lose somewhere on your desk.
  15. Silentale: Connect your conversations across email, social networking sites, and even your phone in one place.
  16. Ubidesk: Collaborate on team projects and manage each task that makes up the project as a whole.
  17. MockFlow: Design the basic elements of a website in a format that you can easily share with teammates.
  18. Orchestrate: Schedule tasks for staff based on their locations.
  19. FuelStart: Track how much energy your home uses and how much it costs for that energy.
  20. Screenr: Create quick screencasts just by hitting record — you can share instructions, messages and more in a matter of seconds.
  21. Mikogo: Share your screen with up to ten people at once for business meetings and web conferences.
  22. SnailMailr: Send letters through the mail without ever leaving your computer.
  23. EventWax: Organize your events online, from conferences to parties.
  24. TicketFlow: Search for tickets to games, concerts, and other events and find the best prices.
  25. Gist: Create a database of the people you know from email, social networking, and elsewhere to manage your contacts.
  26. Dingbee: Put together a social calendar that allows you to share events and activities with friends in order to connect in person.
  27. SignAppNow: Need a signup sheet for anything? You can set one up quickly, no matter what it’s for.
  28. XMind: Brainstorm and mind map ideas together with your friends and colleagues.
  29. Slatebox: Make information visual and easy to share in embeddable media, from diagrams to flowcharts.
  30. Waze: Get real-time information about roads and traffics, as well as access live maps.
  31. ScheduleOnce: Find a time that everyone can make it to your meeting quickly.
  32. Milo: Check what’s available on your local stores without having to shop around.
  33. Voice on the Go: Get your email and go online by voice, while your driving or otherwise unable to make it to the computer.
  34. Solve360: Combine your project management efforts with CRM in one place.
  35. Nirvana: Streamline managing your tasks so that you can focus on actually completing them.
  36. Tgethr: Collaborate over email in a secure environment where you can easily look back at old emails.
  37. Solvr: Structure your thoughts and solve your problems step by step.
  38. BabyLoggr: Track important baby activities like feeding and sleeping easily.
  39. Itumz: Make lists of just about anything and access them from any browser, as well as share them.
  40. Superminder: Receive reminders to just take care of small things with no bells and whistles beyond reminding you.
  41. Presently: Keep up with employees or coworkers in real time with the ability to share media, ask questions and more.
  42. AlmostMeet: Work with a group, with video-based collaboration and shared whiteboards.
  43. Thymer: Use a text-based task tracker that allows you to delegate steps to specific people.
  44. WatchDox: Share and protect your documents online with a secure platform.
  45. Marro.ws: Clip information from the web and management it in formats that you can use later for a variety of projects.
  46. Moreganize: Organize on both a personal level and on a group level with the same tool set.
  47. Task.fm: Enter short notes about your tasks and the system will recognize and translate them to create automatic reminders.
  48. PrintFriendly: Reduce the amount of paper you use every time you click this bookmarklet.
  49. Creately: Draw and share flowcharts, designs and a wide variety of diagrams quickly.
  50. Trackle: Track all your personal information online to see what’s relevant to you.

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