- I use this for both personal and professional to-do lists, I even convinced my parents to use it for grocery lists. Breaks up nicely into different projects to keep the lists separate. Since it's available on all your devices, you can't go wrong.It's really good. Smart UI + nice API (for use with Zapier, IFTTT, etc.) means you can dump everything in here, and never forget something. Big fan!
- Nick Timms made this productHey, Andrew (we have Uber using us!! :) ). These tools are all BRILLIANT. Drag complements well. It's specifically for organizing your inbox in a 'kanban way'.
- Malcolm Ocean made this productComplice is a to-do list that's focused on where-you-want-to-go rather than all-the-little-stuff-you-have-to-do. So it's not a good system for tracking those, but if what you're wanting is to channel your energies towards your long-term goals, then it could be a really powerful resource. What many people find is that once they start seriously working consistently towards their long-term goals, they realize that a lot of the little todos they'd been emailing themselves aren't that important anyway, and those that are will find a way to get done. (Disclosure: I am the creator of Complice!)
- Adelmaer made this productIf you are on iPhone or iPad, you can try Task List - Personal Task Manager for iPhone and iPad. Nested hierarchy, events for daily planning, Calendar, the ability to share Notes from a task as well as clear design and sync between iPhone and iPad.