Thursday, December 20, 2007

Sharing your To-Do lists

The power of the web today is the ability to collaborate with others. Another tool to put in your box is a to-do list.

I just found a couple that I thought were worth of mentioning. Ta-da List and Voo2Do

Ta-da List is a very simple to-do list manager that lets you create multiple lists, each with tasks. This way, you can separate your tasks by projects. The number one feature of this is that you can share a list - or have several people working on the same list. Each list can be shared with different people or not shared at all.

My second favorite feature is the ability to subscribe to a list via RSS feeds. This way, when others edit the list, I'll know about it.

Voo2Do has more features than Ta-da List, but it is lacking the two most important ones - Collaboration & RSS (they are working on the collaboration feature). But, if you don't want to share with others, it is a very good option.
Some of the features that I like are the ability to put notes with each task, divide tasks among projects and due dates.

If you are looking for a "To-Do List" tool, get an account for each of these. It is free and only takes a minute.

2 comments:

Stephen Judd said...

John,

Have you looked at rememberthemilk.com? They just released a very cool integration with GMail, so that you can view, manage, and automate your task lists from there. I'm trying it out, even though I'm not a big to do list guy.

Steve

John Dorner said...

Steve, I did a long time ago. But, have not looked at it recently. I'll have to check it out.

THANKS!