Who doesn’t love lists? They’re a great way to organize information and scribble quick thoughts from the top of your head. They’re a nice way to digest information quickly — after all, how many times have you scrolled through these AppStorm round-ups just checking if one app grabbed your attention? I certainly have.
Truth be told, lists are everywhere. When you check a forum, it displays a list of threads; a Google search shows a list of results; and most of the services you use that are focused on content present their information as lists, one way or another. Perhaps we can assume that the whole information architecture of the web is based on lists.
There’s one thing missing, though: your lists. Where are you keeping them? Join us in this round-up to find the best app for you.
Lists may not seem like the most exciting basis for a website, but everyone has the need to create some form of list from time to time. List creation and management need not be a solitary affair – there are countless scenarios in which two or more people might want to make use of the same list.
I’ve been jumping from app to app, for as long as I can remember, in search of the best web-based task management app. I’ve never really been satisfied until recently when I discovered Flow. Finding the perfect task manager is a little like searching for a unicorn — it’s just not going to happen. But, you can find one that fits your tastes and needs better than any others.
Hopefully our list of the 10 best web-based task management apps will help in your search, if you haven’t already found yours.
It’s easy to get overwhelmed with everything you have to do. From work and family to project ideas you come up with, it’s hard to keep everything in your head. To-do list apps have become increasingly popular in recent years, and most of them are designed to help you remember everything you need to get done. The problem is, most to-do list apps only run locally on your computer. There are tons of to-do list apps for iOS, Windows, Mac, Android, and more, but most of them just keep your tasks right there on your device.
Web apps solve this problem since your data is stored in the cloud and can be accessed anywhere, anytime. There are many to-do list webapps, but today we’re going to look at one of the more advanced ones online: 42tasks. This app brings the power of desktop task management apps like Things to your browser. Keep reading to see what it has to offer.
In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting 280daily. This is how the developer describes 280daily. Can’t remember what you did last week? 280daily is the easiest way to create a searchable archive of your life. A free micro-journal that’s secure, private, encrypted and safe.
Being bound to the limit of 280 characters challenges you to be pithy and only highlight what really mattered from your day. 6 uses: Journal, Travelling, Business, Sport, Target Progress and Backwards To-Do List.
Read on for more information and screenshots!
Since the dawning of time, people have had things to do. And once those things to do out-numbered their ability to remember them, they started inventing ways to keep track of them. With each new leap of technology, people found new and ingenious ways to keep lists of all the things they needed to do. The Internet is the hight of technology today, so naturally we’re going to try to leverage it’s power and awesomeness to help us get things done — or at least keep track of all the things we have to get done.
Because the concept of a to-do list is nothing new, there’s no shortage of to-do lists in web app form. Today, though, we’re going to take a look at one of the newer kids on the block — TeuxDeux. We’re going to see what makes TeuxDeux different, what it’s capable of, and how you can use it today.