Bublup: A New Way To Organise Your Digital Stuff!
This blog post is sponsored by Bublup. But, all views and opinions are my own, based on my usage of Bublup over the last 5 weeks.
Productivity apps are a great way of keeping your life organised, they help you keep on top of things, study, manage projects, and so on!
The one area I feel most of the other productivity apps have overlooked is the way in which you store things, and I find that strange, especially when it comes to projects.
I mean, if you are working on a project, you will likely be working with files, they could be photos, documents, notes or even videos. You need an area where you can easily store everything in one place and share them if your project requires it.
Theoretically, a folder shared in the cloud is ideal for this sort of thing, but I find this type of approach to be old-fashioned, especially during times when everyone is collaborating online or working from home.
That’s where Bublup comes in! Bublup provides you with a new way of storing things and showcasing your work and it works great for many different case studies, which we’ll discuss later in this article.
On a side note, I’ve been using Bublup for a couple of weeks now and I seriously think that it has helped me stay on top of things, particularly my weekly email newsletter as well as my blog posts.
But, without any further ado, here’s why I find Bublup useful…and, here are topics that I am covering:
· It’s great for content creation
∘ Shared folders
· Great for students!
∘ More ways to use Rolls!
∘ Notes & Checklists
· Bublup in personal life
∘ Sharing photos with friends and family
∘ Share Recipes
· The Verdict
· Before you go!