Accomplish More With Consol Reminders

It’s amazing how much can be accomplished in one day, isn’t it? Since I last posted, Chevas and Isaac have been working hard on bringing Consol to the next level. We’re really excited to share it with you when it’s ready, but until then, I wanted to talk about something important.


Appointments. Paperwork due for completion. Meetings. These words often make people cringe with discomfort. In a world where people are inundated with so many tasks, accomplishing work can be difficult.

This is where Consol comes into play.

Let’s face it; our brains aren’t very good at storing large amounts of information. As it is, we walk around with a large number of tasks we have to complete, in our minds, but end up skipping over something because we’re simply overwhelmed and thinking too much.

Many of us divide our time across a large number of productivity apps, which can make finishing work complex, as we have different pieces of data across a variety of different services.

With Consol, everything you need comes working “out of the box.”

When you get into the habit of consistently updating your Tasks Workspace, you’re allowing yourself to safely forget them. What this means is that your account remembers important tasks and due dates so that you don’t have to. Neat, right?

You’d be shocked at how much more productive you can be with a worry-free mind.

Here are just some benefits of using the Tasks feature.

  • Your tasks, notes, files and other data are integrated into one space. Your Consol account.


  • Heading out? Consol will text and/or e-mail you reminders, provided that you’ve enabled those options.


  • If you’re working on a specific item, you can set up item-specific reminders. This option is below any item that you create within Consol, which saves extra steps when setting up Tasks or reminders.

At the end of the day, coming home from a hard day’s work and clicking “Complete” on a task or series of tasks is an extremely refreshing and rewarding experience. Now, all that’s left to do is kick back and relax.

Might I suggest the video introduction to Consol?