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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Anybody use a web-based to- do list manager that they'd recommend? Should work well in chrome, on iPhone, and on Android.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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I really like Toodledo. It has dates, priorities, context, estimates and more. I use a combination of the website and the iPad app. (Which would work just fine on a smaller screen iPad.)


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I use the Tasks app on Android; it is a frontend for Gmail Tasks. Not sure if an iOS app exists, but the Gmail web site claims to be mobile friendly.


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I probably should have posted this yesterday, but here's my initial evaluation of ToodleDo. One of my criteria was that I had to be able to use it without internet (on the subway.)
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Thanks for the blog link. Toodledo looks perfect -- I am sold!
Pat Farrell
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I use Gina Tripani's todo.txt
Has a GUI for IOS and Android, but is mainly a shell command, as God intended simple text lists to be
Ryan McGuire
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I use Trello for both home and, to a lesser extent, home projects.
Scott Winterbourne
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I'm using "Any.do" on my Android phone. Works really well for me.

You can create todo items, set due dates and set reminder notifications for each. It really helps me remeber things and keep me on track with projects.
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Ryan McGuire wrote:I use Trello for both home and, to a lesser extent, home projects.

I presume you mean work for one of those .

I use trello as well, but I don't consider it a to do list manager. I use it more for tasks within a project. For a to do list manager, I want it to be more powerful with context/estimation/etc.
 
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