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Your Digital Assistant: Easily Do

by | Feb 27, 2014

tsa_easily-doWe could all use an assistant to handle the slew of daily tasks and activities that seem to expand on a daily basis. We try and manage address books, social networks, notifications, and important client/friend/sphere updates to the best of our ability, but we still usually come up bit short. That is where EasilyDo steps in on either an Android or iOS device and truly makes great strides in easing the workload.

EasilyDo claims to shave minutes of tedious work from your day, every day, and it actually comes through. To get started, you need to setup your accounts within the system. Here is a list of the accounts EasilyDo can help you with:


  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Gmail
  • Yahoo
  • iCloud
  • Exchange
  • iMap
  • DropBox
  • Evernote
  • Box
  • Salesforce


Once set up, the program will scan your emails and social networks for important nuggets of information and either complete tasks for you, or simply notify you for action. This is dependent on the activity, and whether or not you paid for the service. EasilyDo is on the freemium model, but with a paid subscription it can automate certain activities like contact merges and will also pull contact information out of the signatures within your email, and add it to your address book.

Here is the cool part, that is just two of the possible 37 tasks it can help you with! It works so well that I actually bucked up and paid for it already.

EasilyDo breaks down its activities into four main groups:

  1. Navigate Your Day
  2. Get Notified
  3. Stay Connected
  4. Get Organized

To see all the activities and notification EasilyDo provides, check out this video below.

To view the original article, visit the Tech Savvy Agent blog.

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