- I've never been a big fan of to-do lists since scribbling something down on a piece of paper isn't the biggest motivation. A couple of years ago, after some research, I started using NoteLedge, a notes app by Kdan Mobile that's actually been keeping me motivated to not just make the lists but also follow through. I usually make a list in the beginning of the week and add smaller notes to my Google calandar, so I have two places to reference to. It's been working out so far - I cross out accomplished items in the notes app and that's basically the jist of it. I like NoteLedge due to its simplicity and the fact that I can use it on both my iPhone and my notebook.I actually really enjoy using NoteLedge for my to-do lists. It's easy to put one (to-do list) together, highlight the important parts and add it to your calendar and stay productive throughout the week.I'm a longtime user of this app for creating to-do lists, taking notes and file organization (notes, PDFs, media). I think it works particularly well for coming up with a to-do list since you're able to do it from any device and when you're on the go.
- 1. Compatible with most used platforms, 2. Better features compared to wunderlist and MS ToDo 3. Better Integrations
- Like this tool, very easy and multifunctional!I find Trello to be useful, it's easy to read and the information is easily accessible Great for use on shared projects.
- I use this every day. Brilliantly simple.
- https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/1... It's shutting down afaik.
- Best tool I have ever found and I have tried a bunch of them. Using it every day.
- Asana is built by some of the team that co-founded Facebook so they know how to create a stable and useable product. Works seemlessy across multiple platforms for multiple groups and teams
- Evernote is such a great tool that combines the best features of all the rest. I use Evernote for work and my personal life. I keep the notebooks minimal (WorkInbox, WorkCabinet, PersonalInbox, PersonalCabinet) and rely on tags to do the rest of the work. The reminders allow me to keep a list of important priorities at the top of the notebooks and I keep a checklist of sub-priorities for each note and can clip all the relevant information I need for that task or priority. So instead of keeping my to-do list and notes separately, it's all right there at my fingertips. Attach google drive docs, pdfs, screenshot, etc... It doesn't get any better. I love Evernote :-)
- It's very minimal, I use it for taking notes and to-do lists. It's quite different from other apps and it takes a bit of time to find all the tricks on how to use it best, but it's worth it :) The only thing I don't like is that when you copy-paste text to other documents it doesn't keep the formatting you did (such as bold, italic etc)