Any time-based to do list tool you use?

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I missed a lot of my important tasks to be done last week.

I need your help here.

I need any tool, Chrome extension, or software, which helps me to create a time-based to do list. Anyone here using any of such tool?

I Googled, but couldn't find anything useful. Thank you in advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
    Originally Posted by yuvrajsinhspaceo View Post

    I missed a lot of my important tasks to be done last week.

    I need your help here.

    I need any tool, Chrome extension, or software, which helps me to create a time-based to do list. Anyone here using any of such tool?

    I Googled, but couldn't find anything useful. Thank you in advance.
    Take a look at fellow Warrior PerryNY and his Project time machines, found at that dot com without the spaces. It is for android phones, but as a fellow app developer, you might find it very useful.

    GordonJ
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve L
    Originally Posted by yuvrajsinhspaceo View Post

    I missed a lot of my important tasks to be done last week.

    I need your help here.

    I need any tool, Chrome extension, or software, which helps me to create a time-based to do list. Anyone here using any of such tool?

    I Googled, but couldn't find anything useful. Thank you in advance.
    They mostly all let you set a due date no? My favorites are Wunderlist, Basecamp and Asana.

    Edit: For OSX, I've been wanting to try Things app as Wunderlist is owned by Microsoft now I believe
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    • Originally Posted by Steve L View Post

      They mostly all let you set a due date no? My favorites are Wunderlist, Basecamp and Asana.

      Edit: For OSX, I've been wanting to try Things app as Wunderlist is owned by Microsoft now I believe

      You can also set deadlines with Trello too. Even most to-do apps that come built in with most phones have that feature.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    What kind of alerts are you looking for?

    Mobile alerts enough? Or are you looking for something more?

    If a mobile alert is enough, there are TONS of scheduler mobile apps on iOS and Android you can choose from.

    Most of them are free, too
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  • Profile picture of the author JC Antas
    Check out Todoist or Microsoft To-do.

    Wunderlist is still the best but will be replaced by Microsoft To-do.
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  • Profile picture of the author sgalla414
    Can you clarify what you mean by "time-based" to do lists? I have an iphone and if i have an appointment or need a reminder for something. Lets say I need to remember to pick something up after the gym, my iphone can remind me of something when I get into my car or when I leave a certain location. I know these are not specifically time based options but they are other possible options built right into iphone already.
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    We use Trello, but you could easily set this up in Google Calendar, too.
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  • Profile picture of the author perryny
    Originally Posted by yuvrajsinhspaceo View Post

    I missed a lot of my important tasks to be done last week.

    I need your help here.

    I need any tool, Chrome extension, or software, which helps me to create a time-based to do list. Anyone here using any of such tool?

    I Googled, but couldn't find anything useful. Thank you in advance.
    Hi yuvrajsinh,

    I'm the guy with the app Gordon mentioned earlier.

    It's not designed to manage your to-do list, but rather, I created it to help you procrastinate less and work more often on your most important projects.

    When you say you missed important tasks and are looking to better manage your to-do lists, are you talking about your life in general (scheduling meetings and lunch dates and remembering to pick up the dry cleaning and such), or are you trying to improve how you manage your time as you work on your IM project?

    If it's the latter, I believe my app can be a great help.

    If it's life in general you're trying to better organize, when I've got too much going on that I start to lose track, I write a list in Evernote.

    -Rob
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