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Swellist is a visual representation of your productivity levels (or lack thereof)

If simply having a to do list doesn’t make you want to cross your items off, you might want to check out Swellist. It’s analyzes the way you work and gives you a visualization of your productivity.

We are constantly looking for tips and tricks of how to make ourselves more productive.

Back in the day, a simple cup of coffee was enough to instigate (at least a morning’s worth of) productivity.

Nowadays, we have become so reliant on technology as a crutch to help us with our daily tasks. And, just when you think they have thought of everything, a new tool comes along that makes you wonder how you have gotten this far without it.


Analytics for your to-do list

Swellist is a tool that offers a visual representation of your productivity levels. Their idea is simple and bodes that you “get more done” when using Swellist. You are able to receive insights and recommendations based on your to-do list habits.

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Through use, you understand and optimize how you spend your time. Swellist currently works with Wunderlist users and you begin by syncing your to-do list. You then build a Swellist profile and receive a detailed analysis of your habits, plus personalized tips and recommendations.

With features including: insights on productivity trends, information on incomplete tasks, all of your to-dos in one place, and friendly nudges to remind you of tasks, users are able to enhance productivity as well as learn new ways to increase levels.

A data-lover’s dream

Swellist also tells you your most productive day of the year, most productive day of the week based on averages, most productive weather, and most productive time of day. In addition, it includes charts of active lists and locations.

At the end of each week, users receive a report of activities, accomplishments, and goals. This report is personalized to reflect visualizations, goals, and insights, while offering tips for upcoming tasks.

A tool such as this has the potential to change how you work. One would venture to guess that a visual representation of productivity, or perhaps a lack of productivity, would help to invigorate and increase productivity levels.

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Works with Wunderlist

As previously stated, Swellist works alongside Wunderlist users. If you do not have a Wunderlist account, you can take a survey stating which productivity tool you use and you will be placed on the Swellist waiting list.


Staff Writer, Taylor Leddin is a publicist and freelance writer for a number of national outlets. She was featured on Thrive Global as a successful woman in journalism, and is the editor-in-chief of The Tidbit. Taylor resides in Chicago and has a Bachelor in Communication Studies from Illinois State University.


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