Must-Have Productivity Tools for Freelancers



Growing your business as a freelancers means exploring new trades, finding clients, and working with new partners. The problem is that you are so swamped with work that you don’t have time to spare. Your next thought is, “I need to start working harder”. Nevertheless, this is the worst thing you can do; you’ll be more exhausted and less productive overall. In order to free up more time, you need to start working smarter: finding new ways to accomplish more in less time. You should spend more time building your business. There are numerous tools you can use to accomplish this.

Here is the collection of tools for freelancers for productivity in your business.


Calendly lets clients block time for a meeting in your hub for scheduling meetings professionally and efficiently, eliminating the hassle of back-and-forth emails so you can get back to work.

Google Workspace

Google Workspace is a flexible, innovative solution for people and organizations to achieve more productivity and collaboration through various apps from google. It provides more cloud storage, doc, sheet, & more.


Zoom is a secure, reliable cloud video platform powers all of your communication needs, including meetings, chat, phone, webinars, and online events. Zoom helps you connect, communicate, and express your ideas so you can get more done together.


Bonsai provides everything you need to run your freelance business like contract creation, e-signing, proposals and invoicing etc. It is an all-in-one product suite with smart automation lets you focus on your passion, not your paperwork. Bonsai integrates and automates every step of your business so it runs seamlessly — from proposal to tax season.


Terms Feed is used for creating terms and conditions, privacy policy, etc., for your business. It creates customized legal agreements and policies for your website or app based on business needs.


Canva — It is an easy-to-use tool that lets non-designers create attractive and engaging images for posting on social media channels.

Canva is a wonderful application for all your design needs in this article, I pitch you 8 alternatives to Canva that are not to compete, but to explore for better designing needs.

Behance is the world’s largest creative network by Adobe for showcasing and discovering creative workIt allows you to create a portfolio.


PayPal is one of the largest online payment processors in the world to accept international payments.

Some other good alternatives to PayPal are Payoneer and Stripe.


Asana brings your teams, work, and apps together from anywhere for collaboration with clients and team.


Milanote is an easy-to-use tool that helps you organize your ideas into visual boards. There are plenty of file formats supported by Milanote, including JPGs, PDFs, Word, Excel, and common design files.


Notion blends your everyday work apps into one. It’s your all-in-one workspace for you and your team. It is an all-in-one workspace for notes, tasks, documents, and collaboration.


Miro is an online collaborative whiteboard platform to bring teams together, anytime, anywhere for visual collaboration.


Mailchimp is an email marketing tool for all your business needs.

Happy Freelancing


Source: Originally posted on Axis Publication by Vino GC

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