Do you list down the list of tasks you completed in a day, everyday? If yes, where?

Raghav Goyal
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Programmer by day. Learner by night
I use Todoist. Works like a charm for me! Seamless integration across my various devices
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@shubhank_saxena Could you drop in the link for the same? website/app download
Architect / Social Media Manager
I used to write a to do list every morning and make sure to check things off the list by the end of the day. Recently I switched to entering all work related tasks on google sheets. I'm on the lookout for better sites/apps to help me do the same.
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@mrinalini_r Google sheets is great. Try Kanban Boards!
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I use a white board as well as notion
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@tom_grigory I LOVE WHITE BOARDS. But how do you make this sustainable for longer duration tasks, say week/month?
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@rg97 I use a combination of notion and whiteboard for that. Notion for long term goals and whiteboard for short term ones.
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Student
It might be old school but I use bullet journal. I am not capable to draw anything, I print some pictures every month and use them to make good look. I make plans on there and if I did something extra I add that too. And I generally plan my frame of the day 2 or 3 days before and rest of the task is building accordingly.
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@begum_bayram Making a list of things to do for the next day, the previous night, is great, gets you up and running right when you wake up!
Shopify Expert
At the beginning of day i do and also put space for emergency work or instant work in that list
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@chandan_shopify Hey that's a great idea. Adhoc tasks always come up in the day, keeping time for them, seems like a good idea
I am fond of Science,Technology,Art,etc
My company has a PMS Software (Product Management Software ) in which we list our tasks and working hours and a DSR which we sent to Team Lead
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@jaskiran_kaur Hey that sounds helpful! Can you let me know the name of the software? I'm finding one for my teammates!
I am fond of Science,Technology,Art,etc
@rg97 Hey Raghav , It is PMS(Productivity Management System ) developed by my company , it is a software product development company. The DSR we make we add our task , task hours , status - done and pending and its Goal.
Better thoughts with self-talk audios
white board, notion, paper
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@viorica_vanica Notion is love.
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Founder of Tetriz.io
Yes. I'm just speaking to myself on Slack. On message per task and I'm using the remind me feature a lot.
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@fabian_maume Hahaha or Whatsapp. Or Telegram. You know what, try out - Obsidian! Should help you!
Founder of Tetriz.io
@rg97 Definitely not Whatsapp, the desktop support is terrible and require to have mobile phone on data at all time.
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Author / Artist / Epicure
Yes. In my PaperClip Planner! I have a monthly calendar for confirmed events, classes. And a daily update on to-dos.
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@stuti Woah that sounds interesting. Gift me one?
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Author / Artist / Epicure
@rg97 Haha, it's old school and absolutely lovely. And yes! If you're not weirded by starting a yearly planner in May (I have to start on January 1, pet peeve). Address on message please.
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Seller at heart, helping founders sell
trello
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@prateek_mathur Kanban boards for the win
Co Founder & CTO of Enterprise League
I use a notebook to write up my ToDo list the night before. Then in the morning I review it and make a plan what to start working on. As soon as I complete a task, I go to my ToDo list and cross it off - this gives me a feeling of small win and its nice :) Around lunchtime I review it again and if priorities have changed I adjust it. I feel like using a physical pen and notebook is more fulfilling for me :D
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@atanas_georgiev2 Me too. You can always find me with my pocket notebook and pen. Fulfilling and wholesome :)
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Maker
I use notion to create a simple to-do list. I created a tutorial on how you can do the same =>
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@killshiva Notion is my one stop tool for all. Love it :)
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I use my notes in my iphone lol😂.
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@jack_davis7 simplicity is best
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I can't live without Any.do
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@skipvs Haha yet have to try this tool out
Product Hunter
Dear Raghav, I generally use my reminder app on iPhone, but I used to MeisterTask App and Excel :)
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@ali_ata Never heard of MeisterTask, will check it out!
life lover
Yes, I use TMetric to log my tasks on a daily basis.
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@max_scott Oh wow, never heard of that actually. Let me quickly check it out
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Tech Leader | http://eisabainyo.net
Definitely. It is so satisfying to mark tasks as complete. I use notion and you can check out my template aka system on Product Launch. Just search for The Creator System.
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@eisabai Definitely will check it out Isabel! Sounds interesting, let's connect :)
Maker
Notion. I built my own task manager. If you'd like, I'll share a tutorial that I made of it.
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@killshiva Hey that would be great. Where can i find this tutorial? Could you DM it to me?
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Architect, Art, Writing, Music
I write down in my diary but I think I need a writable wall where I can follow up the pending tasks, collate my thoughts and can connect all the dots together. For me when I write with my hand gives me the most satisfaction and thoughts to new ideas.