Event planning can be extremely hectic. Any good event planner will do whatever they can to make things more streamlined and efficient for themselves so that nothing gets missed. Any good event planner also knows that there are a number of smartphone apps that can make things much easier, too. In this blog, The Alleen Company goes over some of the best apps for event planning and organization.
Evernote is a comprehensive note-taking app that’s designed for organizing tasks and to-do lists. You can also set reminders and make audio notes for yourself if you don’t have time to type. Evernote is great for anyone who likes to stay organized and especially great for an event planner.
If you have a team of event staff or specific guests or clients you need to coordinate with, you need to be able to quickly and easily share information with them. Dropbox has been around for a while and is one of the leaders in using cloud-based data to keep things organized and allow access to specific users. You can share documents, receipts, spreadsheets, plans, photos and much more.
Do you regularly organize events that require tickets? Eventbrite is a great way to manage tickets and promote your event to the right people.
Any good event needs music. Even if the music isn’t the main attraction, background music goes a long way to creating the right atmosphere. There are plenty of options when it comes to streaming music apps, and Spotify is one of the most popular. With an incredibly wide library and simple interface, it’s a great choice for both DJs and event planners alike.
If you need something to handle almost every step of event management in the palm of your hand, Planning Pod is one of the best options available. Planning Pod offers event management, business management, team collaboration, seating, guest registration, budgets and much, much more.
Endless App Options
These are just a few of the options out there. Which apps you use to help make event planning easier is entirely up to you. We recommend you explore the different options that are out there and spend time trying out all their features to find the ones that fit your organizational style the best.