There is technology to help you do almost anything. No matter how well the technology works, how useful it really is depends on the user. For example, a local school system started using an online classroom system. The software allowed students and parents to go online, get all homework assignments and check the progress of students. In theory, it was a great idea. It fell apart because teachers, who had to adjust to the new system, didn’t use it.
Since the software didn’t work the way teachers were used to, it didn’t get used. Technology has to be able to adapt to the user, not the other way around. By the same token, if the user doesn’t learn the software, it’;s benefits go unused.
Before investing in new technology, consider whether it works with you and if you will take the time to learn it. If not, it’s not worth the investment.