- 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.
- 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 :-)
- 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
- 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)
- 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.
- 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...