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How do you keep track of projects/todo? Recommend me a good IM project/todo list organizer

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  1. MiLiTARYiV

    MiLiTARYiV Senior Member

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    So my life is unmanageable and I'm looking for the best organizer software to use. Project manager software, Im manager softer or even personal.

    So which one are you using to manage your IM life and projects to keep you on track?
     
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  2. mbreezy

    mbreezy Regular Member

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    I don't have any software but I'd be open to it. I use a white board and neatly arranged stacks of paper.
     
  3. infoasian

    infoasian Supreme Member

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    stacks of paper and a pencil works best for me.
     
  4. pixelgrinder

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    -ReX- Power Member

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    I personally use toodeloo. It has a PC and iPhone app. I use Evernote to keep track of random notes n stuff.
     
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  6. vishalgmistry

    vishalgmistry Regular Member

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    pen and paper works for me.

    each night i write down things to do tomorrow.
    hand over the paper to wife.
    she give it back to me in the morning with breakfast.

    if i don't follow it no lunch ):
     
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    DanTe_0101 Senior Member

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    i think you need "wunderlist"
    its pretty cool and its free
    nice clean interface
    google it or search it on here it has been shared here a few months ago :)
     
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  8. james406

    james406 Junior Member

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    Trello is awesome, and very simple. You can also use it to allocate tasks between team members.

    Edit: it's free too.
     
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  9. WebmasterWorkforce

    WebmasterWorkforce BANNED BANNED

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    I have a big whiteboard on my wall that I can write everything on.

    I know that there's a great app/program/whatever out there that is better, but you just can;t beat being able to write something important right in front of your face to get it done.
     
  10. ttweb

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    5pm is great, but it not cheap, also as Huddle or Basecamp. Toodledoo is ok, but it will not work if you want to track your progress and see tasks done by exact period of time.
    for free: Word and Excel is the best possible solutions because you control all the way how it looks, but organization in folders is must have :)
     
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    onlineworker_007 Regular Member

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    windows sticky notes works best for me
     
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    nytrolic Registered Member

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    Firefox plugin called Reminder Fox is pretty good.

    But you cant go wrong with post it notes stuck to your monitor
     
  13. Duckless

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    I use a site called "Simpleology". It's free modules work fine for me. I think someone here at BHW recommended it to me a while back.
     
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    For time management I use the action machine, for other things like keeping notes and reminders, evernote works for me
     
  15. KNZ84

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    i use redmine
     
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    Yes! I use that for my online poker tournaments.
     
  17. GobBluthJD

    GobBluthJD Regular Member

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    I've been looking for something similar, although more geared towards client management and not project management. It gets crazy tracking clients and their projects after awhile; a great piece of software would go a long way towards fixing that...
     
  18. senior

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    I use task list-todo list for droid. It's free and has a really simple efficient interface. Once it's on the list it has to get done.
     
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    Just downloaded this on my iPhone, great app! Thanks
     
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    tchashow Power Member

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