Introducing Michael St. Pierre ‘s set-up
Let’s explore how they use their productivity tools and optimise those apps for the best result.
As a non-profit exec director, Michael’s work spans across 300+ college campuses, keeping himself organized is key.
🙋🏼♀️ What’s in your toolkit?
Having tried nearly every tasks app, I am currently enjoying TickTick. The use of Kanban view plus rich-text and markdown notes feature is essential. At work, we use Basecamp and love it. It’s simple enough that anyone can use it quickly but powerful enough to handle complex projects.
About a year ago, I moved everything from Evernote to Apple Notes and haven’t looked back since. Apple Notes can be relied on to be available for years to come. I also use UpNote when I’m drafting some ideas, building a talk outline or just need to think on screen.
After using for a long time, I’ve recently shifted over to and really enjoy it. The use of keyboard shortcuts is fantastic and Morgen works for me- attractive aesthetic and fun to support an up and coming app developer.