Party Organising For Dummies: Points Of Importance Of Using Your Smartphone
Organising a party or a celebration can be quite the nightmarish debacle for those who end up doing everything the wrong way. There are a lot of layers for the whole organising process that you sometimes do not even know were involved until you end up missing them totally. Usually missing a vital point in the process of getting your celebration set up properly can end up creating quite the fiasco. Professionals who work in the field have their own set of rules and guidelines that they follow so as not to end up falling into the pit of badly organised occasions.
Apps and other tech gadgets that are available as attachments to your smartphone can come in handy (in ways other than checking up on friends). There are multiple different applications that are created to help you with organising or are completely dedicated to the process. Whether it is a birthday or seminar event preparation, these apps will help you figure out some potholes on the road to a successful party.
● Spotify: although maybe not the best for seminar events planning in Singapore, this is the greatest music DJ for your housewarming party or birthday party. You can list out all your favourites, or play the party favourites. You can even get the corporate music playlists or make your own that is office friendly. If your guests want the playlist, you can simply share it too.
● Dark Sky: an app that basically predicts weather but is much more detailed than the one that comes as a default on your phone. You can make it give you notifications every time the weather changes for the worse, provide detailed information on wind speed, direction of wind, humidity and precipitation, pressure, visibility, temperature and other things that can make or break your garden or outdoor party.
● TINT: if your company runs on social media, or if you want your party automatically updating on the social media for your friends and family to see, then use this app. It’s more of a marketing tool than a family app but TINT grabs all user-generated content from around 10 social media sites, which can be integrated to social media feeds. It can even be broadcasted on phones, TV, tablets and so on. This comes recommended for those on the marketing team who are in charge of handling the live feed of the celebrations.
Although apps are great to share all the content that needs to go out to the public or those who missed the party, make sure to enjoy the party yourself. Apps can be used for grabbing recipes, making a schedule, and making sure that you are going through your checklist properly.