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Try our FREE Online To-do Task List Manager
  • Ensure you never forget anything!

So much to-do: Demo

Features

  • Visual reminders and procrastination detector.
  • Arrange tasks hierarchically in a tree.
  • Single click to postpone full branch.
  • Red-Amber-Green-White indicators.
  • Single click to postpone reminders.
  • Many useful task states.
  • Filter tasks automatically according to urgency.
  • Unlimited comments with easy WYSIWYG editor.
Click here to create your own set of sample to-do tasks or click on add to-do task button below to add to-do tasks one by one by yourself!
Summary

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urgent to-do tasks with
reminder until today
Pending

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all pending to-do tasks
including non-urgent
All

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to-do tasks including
done and cancelled

QuickQuid
 
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Not started
No work has been done for the task.
 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Done
The work required for the task is finished.
 
     
 
     
 
So much to-do: GTD In progress
The task is started but not finished.
 
     
So much to-do: GTD - Loading ...
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Waiting for someone else
Someone else has to take the next step
(you'll be reminded to follow up).
 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD

On hold
The task is temporarily on hold
(including the levels below).


 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Cancelled
The task is not needed anymore.
 
     

Task Details

Description    References

 
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Not started
No work has been done for the task.
 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Done
The work required for the task is finished.
 
     
 
     
 
So much to-do: GTD In progress
The task is started but not finished.
 
     
So much to-do: GTD - Loading ...
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Waiting for someone else
Someone else has to take the next step
(you'll be reminded to follow up).
 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD

On hold
The task is temporarily on hold
(including the levels below).


 
     
     
 
So much to-do: GTD Cancelled
The task is not needed anymore.
 
     

Reminder
(next contact)
 
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Tips and Tricks

  • When organizing your to-do list, don't be too demanding with yourself and avoid more than 4 tasks with the same due date.
  • Fiddling with the to-do reminder date gives you more flexibility and it is a good practice to avoid setting the task due date except when really required.
  • The comments are useful to keep track of anything related to the task, i.e., all the things you need to do.  It includes a useful WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor and you can add color, links, etc.
  • You can also use the tools provided by your web browser such as "Find Text" to find the tasks containing a specific text, "Print", etc.
  • When you have too many tasks to do today, you can easily get too stressed and tend to procrastinate with all the tasks.  This way you will not get anything done!
    The recommendation is to estimate again all those due tasks, extract only 4 of them and extend the due date for the rest even though they will be lateThe point is "Do 4 tasks or none!".
  • The concept of folder means something like a container of sub-tasks. When you create the first sub-task for a task, it becomes a folder and when you delete all the sub-tasks for a task, it becomes a leaf task automatically. This is important because a folder task will show the state of the most relevant of the sub-tasks as the effective state.
  • When you add a new task, we consider it is necessary to see the rest of task of the same level in order to establish priorities correctly.
  • If you delete a task permanently you will loose track of comments, references, etc.
  • As this is a task management program and not an agenda, including the time of the day in the reminders does not apply.
  • Currently our developers are implementing options to integrate with other products found in the market.
  • Our software developers aim to make our applications compatible with the maximum number of Internet browsers, however, in some cases this is not possible due to so many changes and updates.
    Our recommendation, in case of issues, is to try with another Internet browser.
  • As it is indicated in the iPhone manual, Safari chapter, "Zooming and Scrolling" section:
    In order to scroll within a frame on a webpage you must use two fingers dragging both up, down, left or right and to scroll the entire webpage just use one finger.