Digital Filing System Planner for Work Files

Use this digital filing system planner to get your work files organized. With this planner, you can set up a system that works for you. Wouldn’t it be nice to know where your files are and that they are safe and secure? This planner will help you get there.

Digital Filing System Planner for Work Files

This digital filing system planner for work files will help you get a handle of your digital work files and help you to arrange them so that you will be more productive and organized, allowing you to accomplish more in less time.

There is also a planner to get all of your personal files organized. You can see the organize your personal files planner here.  

Printable Digital Filing System for Work Files

What is Included in the Digital Filing System Planner for Work Files

  1.  A cover page.
  2. This workbook belongs to page.
  3. A text page to get you motivated and excited to get your digital work files organized.
  4. A separator page – “Getting Started.”
  5. A page to write down all of your digital devices and their contents.
  6. A second page to write down all of your digital devices and their contents.
  7. A page to record the types of digital files that you use.
  8. A page for your digital filing habits to determine your current level of organization.
  9. A page with space to record where your downloaded files go and how often you review your files to delete unwanted files.
  10. A page concerning your computer desktop.
  11. A page concerning your web browsers.
  12. A separator page – “Documents.”
  13. A page for planning the structure of your documents.
  14. A brainstorming page for the folder categories you will need. 
  15. A page to record your folder structure.
  16. A second page to record your folder structure.
  17. A page on naming files and your naming convention.
  18. A page on sorting files and recording their location.
  19. A second page for sorting files and recording their location.
  20. A folder by folder sorting page.
  21. A second folder by folder sorting page.
  22. A separator page – “Email.”
  23. A page for recording all of your email accounts.
  24. A daily email log.
  25. A page to record how much time you are spending on email.
  26. A page to see if you are keeping up with your email.
  27. A page to optimize your email by unsubscribing to so many per day.
  28. A second page to optimize your email by unsubscribing to so many per day.
  29. A page to record your email labels.
  30. A page for the archive and forget exercise.
  31. A page to record email search commands.
  32. A page to record emails not used to delete.
  33. A separator page – “Contacts.”
  34. A page to record all places contacts are kept and to plan to consolidate them.
  35. A separator page – “Social Media.”
  36. A social media accounts review page.
  37. A planning page to determine on what devices your social media accounts will reside.
  38. A page to list your Youtube and Tik Tok channels that you use for work.
  39. A page listing the blogs, groups, and social media accounts you regularly use for work.
  40. A page to record the podcasts you listen to regularly for work.
  41. A separator page – “Apps and Notifications.”
  42. A page to review all of the apps on your devices.
  43. A page to help you optimize your notifications.
  44. A second page to help you optimize your notifications.
  45. A page to record the apps you are keeping.
  46. A page to record a list of useful notifications you are keeping that you will review regularly.

Note:  Some of the following pages included in the planner may not apply to your particular situation, depending on your work.  

  1.  A separator page – “Your Products.”
  2. A page to help you organize your products and back them up.
  3. A separator page – “Your Licenced Content (PLR).”
  4. A page to record the vendor, folder name, and License for all of your PLR content.
  5. A page to help you create a catalog spreadsheet of all of your PLR products.
  6. A separator page – “Fonts.”
  7. A page to help you make an organization system and organize your fonts.
  8. A font management notes page.
  9. A page concerning the management of your fonts.
  10. A separator page – “Graphics.”
  11. A page to help you organize your graphic assets.
  12. A second page to help you manage your graphic assets.
  13. A third page to help you organize your graphic assets.
  14. A page to help you organize unsorted graphics.
  15. A separator page – “Courses/Info Products.”
  16. A page to help you manage the courses and info products you have purchased.
  17. A separator page – “Paid Subscriptions.”
  18. A page to help you keep track of and organize your paid subscriptions.
  19. A separator page – “Receipts.”
  20. A page to help you manage and organize your receipts.
  21. A separator page – “Backup Plans.”
  22. A page to help you plan and manage how you backup your devices.
  23. A separator page – “Maintenance.”
  24. An end-of-the-day checklist to help you maintain your work files.
  25. A second page of the end-of-the-day checklist to help you maintain your work files.
  26. A monthly maintenance checklist.
  27. An annual maintenance checklist.

Purchase the Digital Filing System Planner for Work Files

The digital filing system planner for work files is a printable 75-page PDF file that will help you plan a digital filing system for all your work files. 

You can purchase the planner for $12.00. The planner prints on 8.5 x 11-inch paper. This is a downloadable PDF file, and no physical product is sent. Click the button below to purchase the planner and instantly download your product. 

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