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What to-do list do you use?

Today is the era of a huge amount of information. You have to remember a lot: you need to buy a cat food, call to your partner and prepare to the math class. How do you solve this problem?
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  1. 31
    Google Keep

    Save your thoughts, wherever you are

    easy to use, integrates with all your Google apps etc. and reminds me of "post-it"
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    Emily Kellerttech lover & travel freak Β· Written
    Super easy to use, using it everyday for reminders, lists, or picture reminders!
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  2. 26
    Todoist

    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Deepak BNStudent @ICSI Β· Written
    1. Compatible with most used platforms, 2. Better features compared to wunderlist and MS ToDo 3. Better Integrations
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    I like interfaces online, in the Chrome extension, and on the Android widget. Simple but not TOO simple.
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  3. 21
    Zenkit

    The project management tool that grows with you

    Eric EbertCommunications Manager @ Zenkit Β· Written
    Eric Ebert made this product
    We recently built Wunderlist features into Zenkit, so now you can use it as a simple to-do app or a full project management suite.
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  4. 18
    Trello

    Organize anything, together

    Tatev HackobianZangi Works Everywhere Β· Written
    Like this tool, very easy and multifunctional!
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    I find Trello to be useful, it's easy to read and the information is easily accessible Great for use on shared projects.
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    Khanum NikoghosyanMarketing specialist Β· Written
    It makes your schedule visible and not complicated
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  5. 15
    Workflowy

    Turn your entire life into a list.

    Jamie OsborneTechnology Consultant and Founder Β· Written
    I use this every day. Brilliantly simple.
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    100x yes.
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    Karissa LilocProduct Manager, Plugins & Extensions Β· Written
    Just started using Workflowy and loving it. Great for keeping long term and short term lists as well as notes. It also allows for good categorization so I can keep home and work and other stuff all in one place.
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  6. AkashFounder @ Ropify. Β· Written
    https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/1... It's shutting down afaik.
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    Wunderlist for more extensive lists with folders and notes and subtasks. Let's see what the future will hold for this app after the acquisition by Microsoft and their new To-Do App.
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    Inbox by Google

    Next generation inbox

    Ayush Mittal27bro @boombro, Founder RefR ✌ · Written
    I've been using keep for all bookmarking and todos but lately, I'm making use of the reminders of 'Inbox by Google' and the snooze feature helps. PLUS it syncs everywhere.
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  8. Best tool I have ever found and I have tried a bunch of them. Using it every day.
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    After hearing about Wunderlist being sunset soon after the release of Microsoft ToDo. I've found that TickTick to be the most comparable feature-to-feature. The interface is very clean and the app is speedy.
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  9. Any.do for daily tasks, because it is easy to rearrange tasks and it has a Webapp.
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  10. 6
    Evernote

    Note taking gets even simpler

    Casey G. IannoneEnthusiastic partisan & Techno-Optimist. Β· Written
    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 :-)
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  11. 6
    Asana 3.0 (iOS)

    The brand new Asana app for iPhone

    Jim LawFounder/CEO, Find a Player Β· Written
    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
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    William DoonanLives in the Bronx N.Y. Β· Written
    Great to share across a team or for individual work. The quirky perks of it including the unicorn pop up is always fun. I also use a Passion Planner to keep track of everything.
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  12. 4
    Tick Tick

    A simple and effective to-do list and task manager

    JosΓ© AlvarezInteraction Designer, Soluciones GBH Β· Written
    Because it's very powerful, simple and multiplatform! πŸ‘Œ
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  13. Philipp ComansProduct Manager, Scribd Β· Written
    I love Checkvist. It's like Emac's org-mode on the web. I've been using it at work for years and it's awesome!
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    i'd agree Checkvist is a solid product
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  14. 3
    Bear

    A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

    Ana πŸ€–Startup enthusiasts. Exponential tech. Β· Written
    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)
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  15. 4
    Ora

    Agile task management, kanban, scrum, sprints and timers

    Nikolay MihailovSoftware Engineer at @oratask Β· Written
    Best project management tool on the market!
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  16. 3
    2Do

    Tasks management for productivity junkies

    Bogdan Slovyagin$ is not a function Β· Written
    Powerful, neat & clever
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    Yes, I love 2Do!
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  17. 4
    Omnifocus 2 for Mac

    Put your life in perspective and get things done

    Charles MagnusonProfessional Consumer Β· Written
    While OmniFocus only runs on Apple devices, the power its features provide is unmatched by any other task management software. Pairing the Getting Things Done methodology with OmniFocus will make you a deadly force of productivity.
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    This is the only app I have used that handles mildly complex things like dependencies, and future deferrals. I lead a team on multiple projects, and am responsible for followup etc though.
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  18. 2
    Taskworld

    Visual task management with chat and performance analytics.

    I needed something a little more robust than Google Calendar. TaskWorld is priced right and easy to use.
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  19. Charles ThieryCEO, co-founder of TrendsTag Β· Edited
    I've tried Evernote an then Asana, I've been disappointed with this two tools. I work with Google Doc since 4 or 5 years now and in fact using a simple Google Doc sheet and it's table of contents is far enough to organize my tasks. Create a google sheet, name it "To do", create a headline for each type of task, e.g. "Lawyer", "Accountant", "Urgent" and list for each of them what you expect or need to do. It works fine for me and make me efficient. And it's free...
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    FromScratch

    A simple but smart note-taking app

    Kilian Valkhof made this product
    fast, unstructured, and gets out of your way :)
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    Vishal KumarDesign Prefinal Year @IITG Β· Written
    Simplest App ever
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