Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Myst3ry, Jul 4, 2019.
Gitscrum for work tasks, Angstrom for life tasks for me
The notes app on iOS/ Mac.
Last year I had Trello + Zapier + Todoist for weekly and dayly scheduling
Nowadays I use Notion, ultimate all in one planner. pretty happy with it
Right now I use Trello to organize everything with my team (all the tasks to do that week) and for myself I use a personal board + the old notebook p)
I use trello for goals, keep for recurring To-do's and wekan as a opensource backup in case
My favorite app "Things". But unfortunately, it is only for Mac & iOS. Since I use Windows, it does not suit me. But I use it with pleasure on my iPad.
Currently, I use Paper Dropbox for all my notes and task lists. Before that, I used Evernote for several years, but I am not satisfied with Evernote now.
i just wrote in my left hand with magic pen
Do you use these magic pens? I do.
+1 for TickTick
Trello for Project Management
Wunderlist for Personal Tasks
Asana for Team Tasks
Evernote for Project Documentation
Google Tasks for Quick Notes
Apple Notes for Meeting Notes
OneTab for URL saving
Old fashioned pen and paper. Big companies have enough information and data about me, no need for me to surrender more in the form of to-do lists.
Trello is awesome, however it stresses me out knowing there is items in a column that have not been completed. I like to pace myself, not have that constant stress on the back of my mind.
I used to do Trello. And Todoist. And Google Keep. And JIRA. And high-dollar project management tools like Rally. And Evernote. And custom Google Sheets. And Asana. And Wunderlist.
BHW's productivity czar here to recommend: Taskade.
I've been using ToDoist for over a year now, found out about ticktick in this thread thanks to @yakuzaemme , an amazing all in one app for daily tasks and habit building with many great features, will give it a try in next few weeks I expect it to meet my expectations.
Our team uses Trello too. Easy to manage everything and track who's behind dues. Work always delivers on time to our clients since you will know which one you have to do first. Also tried Ryver, pretty cool stuff as well with the DM and group chat function.
Trello, Jira and Slack. I may try Taskade for a new project
I like Trello - I use it to communicate internally with the staff.
Trello for work, notes for personal things
There are four apps that I like to use to get things done.
I like the fact that with Trello you can use it to work in teams, as you can see the progress of work being done in real time. It also helps me understand my own process of doing something as well, from the beginning all the way to completing a task. It helps me systematize my workflow. Plus the power ups are fun to use.
A simple way to sync my quick notes or references across multiple devices using just my Google account.
Simplemind Mind Map
When a process gets more involved and I need to visualize the whole thing, a mindmap is easier to use for me to see the whole process. For me Trello is for ongoing tasks, and a mindmap is for me to understand the whole picture, or the bigger scope of any given project.
This is great if you want to get a project done within a certain amount of time. Any good Pomodoro app will do. It breaks down large tasks into a series of smaller, multiple 25 minute task so you'll really focus on getting it done. You can use it for anything really. I find this especially useful when writing articles. It will be something like 25 minutes of research, 25 minutes of writing and 25 minutes of editing and I can churn out an 800 to a 1000 word article in an hour or so.
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