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A good "To Do" list. Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down?



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A good "To Do" list. Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down?

I've been looking around the interwebs lately to find a website that is a kind of digital "to do" list management type website, but I haven't found anything that I've fallen in love with.

I don't need anything crazy, I just need it to work lol. If it sends a type of desktop push notification then that would most likely be the one for me, but I don't think I've found one just yet that does that A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down?

Here's what I have so far...

todoist.com - This website seems right up my alley mainly because of it's simple and easy design. A lot of the features seem pretty sweet, but when I looked over the notifications section they only send email and push notifications via SMS. Their pricing is pretty good, but when I looked it over a bit more it seems that this platform is more team based and not for an individual user.
toodledo.com - Now this basically has all the same features as todoist.com but the backend looks a lot fancier, which I couldn't care less for. If it works well and does what I need, I don't care how fancy the backend is lol A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down? But again, the notifications seem to only be email and SMS A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down? Their website says that their system is free, but I'm sure that the basic account is the only free thing and you'd have to pay for the services that actually make it worth signing up for.
rememberthemilk.com - This "to do" reminder website seems a bit more up my alley because the first thing I checked for was what kind of notification system they have. It says they send out IM's but I'm not sure what kind of IM's they're sending out. If I have to download a simple desktop app where the icon launches a small pop up, I'm all in A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down? But I'll have to go into a deeper overview of the service before I pull the trigger. As for their pricing, it seems that the free account does everything I need, as long as they send desktop push notifications to remind me of what I need done A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down?



Do you guys and girls have any website or service that you could recommend?



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idealmike

Great post Razzy! Man, I could really do with something like this! I've had a couple of ideas recently on this type of thing. Mainly, reminders of some sort about some up and coming event or something that I might need to do. And yes I know, it's called a "Diary" LOL. And I do use a Diary for making note of important up and coming dates and events and things I have to do and that. And to see whether I'm free on a certain day or not. But I don't always remember to write it or it's not always around or something. Plus it's just hassles sometimes lol.

So I was thinking up some app ideas for a reminder app. A diary app basically. But of course, most smartphones come with a built in diary today anyway. And there are already tons of reminder and diary/journal type apps on the appstore. Some of which can send you reminders, alerts in the same way. Some I think, can send an email or SMS to you as well things like that.

There's quite a lot on the Apple Appstore and I haven't really had the time to check some of them out. So thanks a lot for posting these cool reminder sites! All of which I see, have their own free iOS app as well which is cool.

A couple that have come up more than others in my quest and search for one when searching "best iphone calendar app 2016" is Fantastical 2. For best paid app at $4.99. And the Any.Do Cal which looks really nice for a free calendar / task manager app for best free app.

And I don't know if you know this but you probably do but I'll say it anyway. There is also the Google Calendar app which is free. It uses Reminders and lets you create goals and that. I've not even actually tried that one yet but if you check it out let me know what you think. A good "To Do" list.  Is there a website that can help me with this or should I just write it down?

Cheers!

Mike.




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Lynne

I've used Trello before and it is quite cool Razzy. The nice thing about it is you can track projects, to do's and all sorts of things in addition to having more than one person accessing it. You can allocate people to projects and tasks too so it is easy to collaborate on projects.

Check it out Razzy it is free. And if I've used it and managed to get by then you will figure it out quickly.

I first became aware of it because my sister uses it for work and when she did a project with me she added me in to the project there. I must say it was quite cool. Instead of sending emails back and forth you can leave notes on different aspects of the project directly there.




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EliteWriter

Such a site would be very helpful for us freelancers. It has never occurred to me to look one up to be honest. I just keep a diary and scribble important notes and deadlines on it. However I checked out the sites that you suggested and they seem pretty good. Obviously there are going to be pros and cons about each one, but I think that as long as it is free it would work fine.




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Cristian

trello.com - awesome free to manage everything you need to do online as well as get other people on board for certain projects and to do lists. Trello has a really nice implementation of To Do lists actually, it can be specifically implemented for every task or board you create.

Trello also haves a app version, very handy when you want to work from you mobile and speaking of mobile I also use Google "Keep" for smaller tasks and reminders, great tool I used it every day!




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Corzhens

Thanks for sharing this information even if I am not in the habit of using sites for purposes of creating my “todo” list. You can call me old fashioned but I am still using the small notebook for my notes on whatever activities that I need to note down. I have a full time job in the office and I am also freelancing so my mind is quite clogged sometimes that my notebook is very important because writing down the notes on my head will unclog my mind of the clutter of ideas.




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