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Jul 22
5 Things To Do The First Weeks Of Using Personal Analytics

1-      Realizing how much time you spend on social media

At first, I was not realizing how much time I was spending on social media and connecting with other people: for me, it was normal unlocking my phone hundreds of times and reply to messages and emails at any moment of the day. With Personal Analytics I realized that the time I was spending doing that was a lot more than what I expected. You may not realize that actually replying to texts takes time, you may say “oh it is just a minute", but the sum of these minutes at the end of the day is quite high.

2-      Understanding whether you are spending too much time on meetings

It might be possible that you are investing too much time on meetings and not enough on what you need to do. This was often happening to me: I was spending my time on meetings that were not useful to me and slowed me down; at the beginning of the week I got some little delays and at the end of the week these delays become huge. With Personal Analytics I could select important meetings from the ones I could avoid, in order to concentrate more on my tasks and get things done right in time.

3-      Optimizing your movements

No matter how you are going from one place to another, it requires time anyway. I was a little bit shocked after seeing my report at the end of the month, I was using so much of my time going from one spot to another, so I decided to figure out a solution. I selected the places where I was often going during the month and I tried to combine multiple things together. Thus, if I needed to go to the bank and it was near to my place of work, I would have gone there after work or in my lunch break, so I did not need to come back on my days off.

4-      Setting your objectives

I started writing down my objectives long time ago, but I lost so many pieces of paper and always forgot about the objectives written on them – with Personal Analytics I could set my goals and there is no chance I could forget about them, every time I open the app they are there, staring at me. Objectives are different for everyone, mine were very simple at first. After a while I wanted to achieve more and to challenge myself. I understood that many times I could not be sure about my progress because I had no data that showed my improvements. Personal Analytics made it possible: the app shows me clear images about me and my activities, so I can see for myself my personal growth.

5-      Take your time

Take your time to improve: these changes in life are never easy or fast, they require time. Do not expect to see result in one week. I started to see some results after 2/3 months I was using the app, I first understood where I was losing my time, the unnecessary activities that were delaying me and the other data that were useful to me; finally I started making changes in my life.

Jul 13
Why Personal Analytics is Good for You

Nowadays, data are driving people´s lives: people track their fitness activity with smartwatches, use app to keep track of their budgets and finances or of the kilometers they walk each day. In any case, people are now used to keep track about themselves.

Business or personal analytics collect and analyses various data and provides valuable insights about personas such as areas of interest, mobility, daily activities, behaviors, social media activities and much more. Personal analytics is particularly helpful for self-knowledge and self-tracking. As business used analytics to improve performance since many years, and lately has been used a lot for personal use.
Many time people have just a vague idea of what they are doing, in order to have a clear and explicit pattern, data must be collected, and then, the individual can easily understand what the best moves are.

Personal analytics empower people because they can learn more about themselves: it not just help them to achieve various objectives, but also to improve their quality of life through self-awareness. The individual gains power as he/she exploit his/her own data to benefit across work and life (such as productivity, exercise etc.) With the help of technology, people are able to take better decisions about their lifestyle and improve productivity in the work place or at home.  

These are the reasons why Hypersoft Company decided to develop Personal Analytics app: easy-to-use, clear and efficient. If you are struggling with improving your time management skills and boosting productivity, Personal Analytics is the right app for your needs.

Jun 25
6 Tips to get rid of your Phone Addiction

​Since 1984, when mobile phones started to be commercially available, the number of mobile subscriptions has increased exponentially every year. Phone dependence has become a problem for many: in fact, mobile over-usage can cause physical and phycological issues.
An average person spends circa 3 hours per day on the mobile phone, moreover, 22% of people check their mobile phone every few minutes and 51% check it few times in one hour.
Two-third of the world is connected via mobile devices and 2.71 billion people in the world own a smartphone, these numbers are meant to increase. We know that is the era of technology but let's not over it.

It is not difficult to understand if you are addicted to your phone, check the following “symptoms" and answer honestly:

  • You feel anxious when your phone is not near you
  • You need to spend a lot of time on your phone to feel good or relaxed
  • You use your phone to change your mood (when you feel anxious you play a game on the phone)
  • Your phone is the first thing you look at in the morning and before going to sleep

If you related yourself with the description above, my friend, you have a phone addiction.

Luckily, there are few tips that can help all of us spending less time on our phones.

1. Smartly using technology to limit your technology use – There are tons of apps that can help you: apps that communicate to you how many hours you spend on the phone and notify you when your phone is taking too much of your time, what is your addiction level, what apps you use the most and much more.
Personal Facts is one of these apps, you can use the app to control your addiction and improve your habits.


2. Stop using your phone in bed and put your phone out of the bedroom – for doing that you will need a real alarm clock (yes, they still exist)

3. Turn off notification sound – and do not check on your phone every 5 minutes  

4. Delete useless apps – look for the bear necessities 

5. Put your phone into your bag when you are with someone – if you look at your phone while someone is talking is pretty rude

6. Take it slow – when you have your addiction under control start taking a one day off from your phone once in a while, it will be refreshing

Getting rid of an addition is never easy and it could be difficult the first week, but perseverance is the key to success. You will feel great not using your phone so much, you will be more present with your family and friends and you will appreciate the things you have instead of looking at things you may want just because you see them on social media.
Life is beyond your mobile phone.
You. Got. This.

Jun 15
Tips for being Super Productive

​How to be more productive is a common issue that many individuals faced or will face in their lives, our heads are full of questions about productivity that - many times - do not find an explicative answer.

The internet is filled with beneficial tips and advice on the productivity topic, but sometimes is not enough. First of all, how do you track your level of productivity? It can be tricky, you may get better day by day, but you still do not know how far you have been going.


Do you spend your time over the activities that are aligned with your goals? Or sometime you just find yourself wondering “where the time went?!"

Taking a break is also essential for your mental and physical health, but you know how much time you spend on breaks? Is it too much or is enough for you to get on track and boost your productivity?

Writing things down can be helpful sure, however, how many times have you found yourself with a perfect written plan but without results in your hands? Moreover, do you know if you achieved your objectives for the day? You are getting better every day but how do you measure your progresses?


Some questions presented above, may have not found an answer, but there are tools – thanks to technology – that can help us.

Personal Analytics is one of these useful tools: the app tracks how you spend your time, what are your important contacts, which activities are time-drainer.

Once you know – with numerical evidence – what are you doing with your time, well, it is up to you! Change habits, improve your methods, set better goals and achieve them!

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Jun 03
Home Office & Personal Productivity

Working from home is a popular topic in these moments. Many of us never worked from home before but we were forced to adapt by the circumstances.

It is often challenging to be productive and understand how you could be more productive during your working day. I was struggling in understanding if I were productive enough and how I was managing my working day.

Although I followed tips on how to enhance my productivity when working from home, I needed something more than a comfortable chair and a nice spot in my house.

Omnicontext is the app that greatly helped me with this issue! The first step to improve your working habits is to see what are you doing wrong and then make changes. Omnicontext collects information from all your devices, process the information and shows you how you employ your time in the simplest way.

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Understanding how I was spending my time and my daily working habits has been the key to start working more efficiently. Once I knew the activities that were draining my time I was able to improve my daily productivity.

Do you know how you spend your time? Would you accept the situation and make improvements?

Try Omnicontext app and see with your own eyes!

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