Tech Tip Tuesday - Get It Done
Now that we are well into the new year, it is time to track and check off those New Year's resolutions. If you remember from my first presentation, I was the sticky note guy. It was a large part of my motivation for going paperless.
One of the first things I needed to do to become paperless is find a way to replace all of those sticky notes and a solution to help me manage my to do list. Over the years I have tried everything from Outlook tasks to google tasks, to remember the milk, to whatever other app of the month I came across. Nothing seemed on stick until I came across Trello. I think Trello stuck because it works the way my mind worked. Trello uses board and lists with tasks flowing from list to list as the progress. Other great apps include Wunderlist, Any.DO, Todoist and Microsoft ToDo. You can also just use OneNote taking apps too. The key for me is that every app needs to keep the same list on ever device. Below is a brief are links to the resources for each option along with a little more detail on my favorite Trello. How do you manage your to do list?
Best to Do List Apps
My Trello Lists
Trello is one of my favorite apps because it organizes my tasks basically how I like to manage them.
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