Can you reccomend any good Right-brained/Visual/Spatial/Kinesthetic alternatives to pen and paper, linear to-do lists? [more inside]
I'm looking for a to-do list app that holds on to a list of done tasks [more inside]
Can you recommend an iPhone app for shared to-do lists? I don't mean "I make a list and send it to my spouse." I mean "List exists, and both my spouse and I can add to it and cross things off."
The end of paper: what’s a good smartphone for journalling in (while on the subway)? [more inside]
Gmail/Todolist filter: Is there a way to have Gmail display multiple (collapsed or expanded) tasks lists at once? [more inside]
I'm lookin for the perfect web based To-Do solution for my company. [more inside]
What is your favorite iPhone app for managing your tasks and projects. [more inside]
I'm looking for a small sized vertical to-do notebook with tear off pages and adhesive on the back (like Post-it Notes). Does this product exist?
Help me find the website/youtube vids of this handwritten to-do list methodology, please! I can't remember it and can't find it in my saved links. [more inside]
I just started a new job at a very large corporation and the office uses Lotus Notes 6.5 for e-mail and scheduling; while fooling around with it I decided to try the To-Do feature in Lotus Notes and quickly got confused. [more inside]
Can anyone recommend a floating to-do list widget for my PC? [more inside]
Is there an easy "daily check off" palm app? I'm looking for something to remind me to do the things I need to do every day, but sometimes those things need to be done more than once a day, and I don't want to enter multiple items for those. [more inside]
I am looking for a simple way to keep a client informed on what projects I am working on for them, and what their current status is. A service like Basecamp is a possibility, but it is much more than I need. Their free TaDa list site is useful, but too simple. I need something a bit more informative, but easy to maintain. Any suggestions?
I'm looking for a very simple to-do list that will sit on my desktop. I've searched Google, but a lot of the results that come up are integrated with calendars and other functions I don't have use for. The ones I did download seem suspicious and attempt to contact their home networks; I don't want anybody spying on me. Does anyone use something like this, where I can simply type a linear list of things I have to get done, and have it floating on my dekstop?