18 Tools that can help to organize your blog post ideas in 2021

Praveen Kumar BK
2 min readJan 20, 2021

Are you worried about organizing your blog ideas in one place? Then, find the below list of online tools or apps that can help to organize your blog ideas smartly.

For true mastery, you need to focus more on the output rather than the input — by Nishant Kasibhatla

Needless to say, from 2020 until now ‘working from home’ freedom has enhanced our productivity, and not surprisingly it may continue in 2021. Especially in India, it’s a wish come true for many people since they can sway on the bed by attiring in Ghar ke kapde me for the whole day.

On a positive note, a period of the last ten months has provided us a great number of opportunities to explore, gain good knowledge, perceive new skills, build innovative ideas, and so on. Also, we have seen a big surge in digital content creation and consumption regularly, in the form of videos and blog content. For instance: NETFLIX, Redstate (U.S.)

Creating content regularly for your blog-site is not a cakewalk. It feels like a big pain when you want to merge pieces of content before publishing. So, undeniably you may opt to use online tools or apps to organize your content ideas on the go.

And, those ideas can’t be materialized instantly without a proper review, adding insights, and editing. Consequently, we need some useful online tools to organize every piece of content. In this story below I have mentioned all available, safe apps or tools to shrink the strain off your brain.

Some of them are known to regular bloggers and content creators, a few of them I have delved into and compiled the following list:

  1. Google Keep
  2. Evernote
  3. Windows sticky notes
  4. Google Docs
  5. Facebook notes draft (unpublished)
  6. Reddit post (save draft)
  7. LinkedIn articles (unpublished)
  8. Tumblr text (save draft)
  9. WordPress blog drafts
  10. Blogger post drafts
  11. Medium stories (save draft)
  12. Microsoft OneNote
  13. iCloud Notes
  14. Dropbox Paper
  15. Yahoo Notepad
  16. Simplenote
  17. Shrib
  18. Editpad

As a bonus, you can use the Gmail email compose feature and save your ideas into a drafts list. Eventually while preparing this story, I have referred to Poorhub’s blog.

Let’s sharpen the saw!

Keep my best wishes with you, for your content creation. If you find the above list of tools or apps of great help then share with your friends. Also, I would love to hear from you if there are more such tools.

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Praveen Kumar BK

Digital Marketing Manager | I Talk About Online Trends and #SocialMedia | Blogger | Micro-Influencer