As in your to-do list.
taskwarrior with inthe.am.
How do you handle tasks on the go on your mobile devices? Does inthe.am have good mobile support? Offline at all?
I have the taskwarrior installed in a server which is running a personal Telegram bot, it's all offline until i run task sync. I don't suggest this approach to anyone if they don't use taskwarrior at all, but if you use it is a great way to keep together with it in your mobile, as you can integrate inthe.am with a lot of calendars such as Google agenda etc.
I use the bot most for create new tasks and mark it as done, as soon as i create it will appear on my calendar.
Sounds nice, is your telegram bot public anywhere?
By this day it's not, i had the idea of putting it public but i'm without time to remove sensitive information from the code (like taskserver keys and some Google connection files).
But i can send/help you how do i did specific parts without a problem!
Honestly, I've reverted back to my black moleskin notebook.
I hear ya......
Me as well! The simplicity 🙏🏻
Emacs Org-Mode FTW !
I use Things on iOS and Mac and enjoy it.
I came across Things. Was worried about not having a web app.
Asana (free to basic individual use)
I've been using the Things app for OS X and iPhone. If I really need to focus I stick to a plain notebook.
Shameless plug, but I've been using my own recently: https://getartemis.app. It's a todo list + calendar, as I've found that if I don't schedule my tasks, they don't really get done. I know not everyone operates this way, but I do, so I've been building a solution for my own problem.
cool will check it out.
Wunderlist and nothing satisfies me ever. This is such a well-designed app. I like how the interface is clutter-free and minimalist.
Is it still available? I used to use it and really like it but I thought it got bought my Microsoft and discontinued. I guess I can go google this right now..... ;)
Didn't know that it got bought by Microsoft. But, yes, still available as a separate product.
Trello or Notion for me.
Another +1 for Notion. I use it for everything, such a versatile tool. You have to put some admin in to get it to work for you, mind. Other than that, I find Todoist is super simple and works well.
+1 for Notion
+1 for Notion. Notion has completely replaced Trello, Google Drive, and a number of other tools for me. Can't even begin to describe how much I love it.
It looks similar to Coda - is it? I had Notion bookmarked but I think it overwhelmed me and I abandoned it.
There are some similarities, but Notion is more of an all in one workspace with tables, kanban boards, documents, calendar, etc.
It can definitely be a bit overwhelming, and can take a bit of time to learn and set up in a way that works for you.
I'm a todoist guy by default. It's a nice place to dump everything to organize it in one place for personal use...and I augment with good old fashioned notebook because I just like the feel of paper and I like to review it down the road occasionally.
I occasionally use other tools if i have a client that wants specific visibility on a subset of those tasks.
+1 for Todoist
I've been using Notion for all my tasks now. It's pretty low-tech, but it gets the job done.
Notion now for team-related tasks (after years of Trello).
And OmniFocus (https://www.omnigroup.com/omnifocus) for my own (has been my daily companion for years now).
I love Things 3
I built https://www.todomini.app/ because I wanted something open source that you can self-host.
Team Works works for us
Notion. Bit of work to get set up but worth the time investment. Really powerful tool.
Trello, Google Keep
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