Staying Organized as an Administrative Assistant | Customers | The Apps Show




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Meet Kim Friedland, a Google administrative business partner. She leads us through how she stays on top of her work, supports up to seven directors, and still has time for her own life.

Her toolkit includes Gmail, Calendar, and Keep – but tools only get you so far. Learn how she manages her time and infinite email, techniques that will help any busy professional.

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11 thoughts on “Staying Organized as an Administrative Assistant | Customers | The Apps Show

    Casey Sloan

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    why doesn't my google calendar look like that though? theres no drag and drop beetween different times like that, only days…

    lasts forever

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    Why is every secretary a bitch? Who thinks they are the most important person in the workplace.

    Alyson Penelope Ferralina

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    Thank you thank you, this just helped me answer a REALLY important interview question I keep getting on interviews so I saved this video in my folder titled "Interviews." As an Executive Assistant, I need to continue to be extremely organized and detail-oriented (which I am) but I can always use tips. In my jobs, I mainly use Outlook (which has a task manager I love using) but personally I use Google Keep and Google Calendar. Also, I never thought about putting a distracting thought in my phone in Google Keep during my work day–but it is a good idea if there is a personal item you need to remember to do later and want to get it off your mind during work. Great tips on focusing, using the triage system, and scheduling action items because this helps even though I get constant interruptions and must also be flexible. Having every item in a block of time is useful because I can see what I missed while I was being interrupted! Very well spoken and helpful video!

    Dijonne Stricklen

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    awsome video

    JP RomeroCotrinaa

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    hahaha true she is using a mac ! at least she could use a hp,asus,acer or a chromebook

    BlessedChildCSammy

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    Does Google Keep cost money? I really like what she has to say!

    Johnny Vickery

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    Great info, also Google Tasks is a must for large projects and complex task management.  https://mail.google.com/tasks/canvas

    Joe Nicholson

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    What is the "Schedule a room NOW" on you calendar screenshot?  Thanks for the great video and tips.  I find myself using the same tools in a very similar way.  

    AD Kaatt

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    lol she's using a MAC .-. Apple 1 Google 0 🙂

    Adrienne McCue

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    I adore Google Keep! It's the best tool by far to keep me going with notes, or action ideas that I need to keep sharp on. The fact that it goes with me on tablet, phone, or computer is the best. —

    PS. What's up with your cracked screen. Make Google give you another one. wink.

    alan hollis

    (January 14, 2019 - 1:59 am)

    U r nice i would like yo see your cslendar

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