Organizational Tools…

Posted by on 16 Oct 2007 | Tagged as: my life., Uncategorized

Today I installed and started using a little piece of demo software, which is an online To-Do Organizer.

So far, I have put in four things, and I’m getting ready to close one of them shortly before I leave work today.

I also use my Phone/PDA’s calendar/scheduler as an organizational tool.

What kind of tools do you use in everyday life to stay organized?
Have you tried using tools and later stopped using them?

4 Responses to “Organizational Tools…”

  1. on 16 Oct 2007 at 4:46 pm 1.marvin said …

    I used active deskto calendar. stopped using it after one month.
    I used outlook’s to do. but i believe i used it only once.
    I am using my phone’s reminder and scheduler instead.

  2. on 16 Oct 2007 at 10:34 pm 2.joe said …

    I’m a huge fan of hosted solutions…because then I can get to them from my phone, my laptop, your laptop…

    I think one of the best solutions I’ve seen for to-do lists is rememberthemilk.com. They’ve got a very well though out interface, and a very nice mobile version!

  3. on 16 Oct 2007 at 10:39 pm 3.joe said …

    Oh, and they also have a gadget for igoogle, and google calendar. They have an offline tool available through google gears. And, they have a nifty little app for any Windows Mobile users, that syncs with the Windows Mobile Task app over the air!

  4. on 25 Oct 2007 at 3:04 am 4.webdrops said …

    Our team at TaskBin (http://www.taskbin.com) has a new tool for you to explore and compare. It is built around the concept of sharing tasks while working in groups. In TaskBin, all of your tasks are visible to others and can be shared. Other members can add tasks to your plate or edit tasks already there. TaskBin also is also about getting things done, and has priorities like Now, Today, Tomorrow, Sometime This Week, and Sometime Soon. It does not try to rule you or run your life with a calendar and an alarm clock!! you might want to give it a try and give us your valuable feedback

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