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Windows only: Graphical to-do managers are great, but they often distract you from what's really important. Todotxt.net manages your tasks in a plain text file, so you can spend less time managing your tasks and more time working on them. Todotxt.net is actually a graphical version of Lifehacker's very own Gina Trapani's Todo.txt , originally a command line application and now an Android app .
Noteliner helps you manage multiple small projects: • An assignment at work with a small group of people spanning several months • A paper or novel you are writing that involves research and ideas • A legal matter that you are managing • A class you are taking that involves note taking and task management Noteliner helps you structure and track your work; it provides a place to record meeting and conversation notes, manage todos, and store key project information that might otherwise be scattered about. It is a simple tool that gives you a means to stay on top of everything you need to do and remember. It’s a hybrid single pane / double pane outliner that has additional metadata so you can create todo lists, table overlays and even gantt charts. Being a double pane outliner makes it easy to structure and navigate.
New Release : TodoToday for Checkvist has just been released to the Android Market TodoToday for Checkvist is available as both a free, ad supported release, and a paid 'Pro' version with additional capability to edit task details. Features include: View list of todo items from Checkvist Expand list items the view notes, with clickable links
Offprints » Blog Archive » How I’m Using Notational Velocity, Simplenote, and Merlin Mann’s QQ Trick as a Replacement for the GTD Application ThingsThis post does just what its title says, so if terms like GTD , Things , and Notational Velocity mean nothing to you, you may want to move along: there’s nothing to see here but an excruciating display of plain-text nerdiness. But if you are looking for a way to implement the Getting Things Done approach to task-management on your computer without spending much (or any) money, if you are a devoted user of Things by Cultured Code who has begun to toy with alternatives that support cloud synchronization, and/or if you secretly thrill to posts like this one , read on. I started using Things at the same time I was introduced to GTD, in the Spring of 2008. I got hooked on Things when it was still in free beta. When version 1.0 appeared and quickly began winning awards, I gladly shelled out the asking price.
Stickies What is Stickies? Stickies is a PC utility I wrote to try to cut down on the number of yellow notes I was leaving stuck to my monitor. It is a computerised version of those notes.