There are so many choices available to get organized, from complex checklists to project managing programs. Despite the options, most of us can keep things under control with a good old-fashioned to do list. Still, if your to do list is at all comprehensive, browsing it can be overwhelming. The online application, Vitalist, makes your to do list easy-to-use, easy-to-access, and easy-to-slice into manageable chunks.
Vitalist consists of a dashboard (providing an overview of what’s happening with your list), an inbox (for new tasks that haven’t been categorized yet), and Actions (your main list). There’s also a section for delegated tasks that you’re waiting on, tasks that you’re saving for some day in the future, ticklers, and reference information. Once items are on your list, you can assign a project and a context – such as where you’ll need to be to do this task.
Vitalist makes it easy to look at your list in the manner most effective for you. Items can be sorted by project, due date, priority, or context. When you’re at home, you can limit your view to projects that can be completed at home—or just display items that must be completed by day’s end. Vitalist also makes it simple to add new tasks to the inbox, since it works with email, Jott, and Twitter, along with mobile devices such as the iPhone.
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