In Pictures: 8 simple ways to increase your office productivity

If your workspace is disorganised, you could be losing productivity. These eight tips can help you keep it all together and get the most out of each hour of the day.

3. Get Your Desktop Organized Keep only supplies and gadgets you need on a daily basis on your desktop. Patty Kreamer, a professional organizer, says to think of it like your circles of friends. "Items you use most should be within reach – your friends.The items you use less often should be near, but you should have to get up to access them -- your acquaintances. The items you rarely useshould be out of your office altogether -- strangers," Kreamer says.

Simplify Me Now suggests an inbox is for items you haven't reviewed, an in-process box for items you're working on, and a filing system or trash receptacles for the rest.

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