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How do you track your to do's , appointments, projects etc..

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Panoush, Dec 1, 2014.

  1. Panoush

    Panoush Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    at the moment I am getting offers and projects from loads of different platforms, I am a bit of a scatterbrain and have a tendency to forget things when I am slightly under pressure.

    I want to start using some program or site where I can easily see what needs to be done by what deadline, as well as appointments, and it would be a + to have finance tracking..

    I use basecamp, which is awesome for monitoring current projects, but I need something that will just show me what needs doing and when.. you know what I mean? what do you use? bhw is my only friend when it comes to this kinds stuff..
     
  2. PinguSpy

    PinguSpy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Outlook is pretty good. It may be old, but if it isn't broken... Pretty much any calendar works fine, I use my phone's too.

    I'm very much against the trend that people think they need apps as a personal assistant or secretary. It's creating people that are too dependent on something else to keep things in order for them, and I haven't seen productivity or orderliness increase in those people one bit.
     
  4. bennc1

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    i use the good old notepad