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Keep It Organised With Asus ZenFone 5

Keep It Organised With Asus ZenFone 5

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I lead this manic life where I am constantly trying to manage my home and work. Given the nature of my work, each day is different and there is no set schedule. Therefore, I rely heavily on my smart phone to "keep it together." 

My typical week includes, personal training sessions at the gym, zumba classes, events that I covering for the blog, video shoots, collaboration meetings, sourcing trips and household errands, amongst other personal commitments. 

As you can imagine I cannot function without a good phone. The calendar on the Asus ZenFone 5 is quite user friendly. It lets you make and manage multiple calendars, with the option to set multiple reminders. 

I also like having the option to record the location of a meeting/event, as it is very helpful when managing the travel time, while making it to multiple commitments in the same day. 

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Even though, I continue to carry a notepad with me, I have slowly gotten into the habit on taking notes on my phone. The Asus ZenFone 5 gives you the option of taking notes by typing or using your fingers to scribble. I don't find the phones which come with a tool for writing to be very practical. I quite liked the option of being able to scribble with my fingers (as it still is much faster than typing). You also have the option of selecting the thickness of the pen and an easily eraser option. I like colour coding my stuff, so happy that I can use different colours as well. :-)

Also, I must mention that I had slightly long nails, and in spite of that I was able to write with my fingers with no hiccups at all. 

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I am sure most people can relate to it when I say that I respond to most of my mails while being stuck in the traffic in the car. The interface for sending emails is again very easy and user friendly. What I liked was the keypad which had the alphabets and the numbers together. Super easy and fast. 

As I mentioned in my previous post that this was my first time using an Android phone. I did find it quite easy to browse through the different folders and files to add attachments to the emails. Often with other phone you find your self clicking through several steps to add multiple attachments, which can be quite tedious and annoying. 

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