Advicelet benefit: Being organised and feeling organised regardless of your location makes you a better person – and will give you continued respect amongst peers if you do what you say you will do. The opposite also applies.
There’s been a lot written around how to be more productive, workplace productivity and the best way ofin business over the last few years. Like every good methodology, there needs to be a system to make it work and the to do list is a very personal thing. For every person you ask – they will have a different way of remembering their ‘to dos’. To do list software is one way of doing it.
If you are a corporate, the chances are you’ve been using Outlook for many years – however it appears it’s not an overly popular piece of to do list software.
We bet you work across several computers and need a single, always-accessible place to consolidate your work, personal, school, and family to-do’s. Being able to access and manage these tasks from anywhere is becoming increasingly important. It’s no good having your tasks stuck on a single computer (or piece of paper you forgot to bring with you) if the urge to add a task or review your list strikes you when you’re out running errands, at home, at work, on a bus, or wherever.
So, wouldn’t it be nice to access yourfrom wherever you are in the world, share it with whoever you wanted, be reminded by SMS, instant messenger or email about a particular task at the relevant interval? Wouldn’t it be good to send all of your ‘follow up’ folder (from earlier in the course) to your task list, tag your tasks, see your tasks in gmail or igoogle and consolidate your ever-merging personal and business lives?
Today’s advicelet reveals a piece of to do list software which will do all that and more … all for free. It will absolutely get you organised and keep you organised and will mean you throw away all the backs of envelopes you currently have lying around on the office floor.
Click below and we reveal all …
- How I manage my time (marketing.fm)
- Zeeyoo.com – A Smooth Way To Arrange Meetings (killerstartups.com)
- How to never forget anything ever again (freakrevolution.com)
- 5 Firefox To-Do Plug-ins (crenk.com)
- 5 Responses To A Missing Task List Crisis (lifehack.org)
- Review: Todo 1.1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch (macworld.com)