When you’re just starting out as a freelancer you might not have a lot of money to throw around, but you still want to maximize your productivity while staying organized. We’ve rounded-up 10 free tools that can help you do just that.
And CO from Fiverr - create proposals, contracts and invoices; perform time tracking, income and expense tracking.
Invoicely - online invoicing and accounting tools so that running your business is easier.
Slack - cloud based collaboration hub for teams with messaging that can be separated into channels, various tools, file sharing and calling.
Workfrom - helps you get out of the house and find coworking spaces or cafes, helping you to feel like part of the global remote-working community.
Notion - productivity app to help you organise both individual and team projects; you can write, plan, collaborate, and organize.
Trello - organize and manage team projects with boards, lists, and cards, to help with prioritizing and planning.
Asana - a work management platform for managing your tasks, to-do list, calendar, and due dates all in one place.
Evernote - one of the most popular note-taking apps with features such as web-clipper, templates, notebooks and tags.
Airtable - project management app that is part spreadsheet and part database, to help you stay organized and collaborate with your team.
Wave - accounting, invoicing, and receipt scanning software, ensuring that you stay on top of your finances.
Besides taking advantage of these free apps, those new to freelancing should sign up on multiple freelance websites, like Sagegroupy, so you can get noticed and reach more potential clients today!