Working On That New Year’s To-Do List? Here are Some Tips

The new year is all about getting your act together and staying on top of those emails, to-do lists, and more. Here are a few software products to help you along the way:

  • MindJet’s MindManager – a very popular application for brainstorming, managing projects, managing to-do lists, and integrating with Outlook. They also make a Mac version
  • Outlook 2007 – The To Do list in the side bar is a great way of staying on top of emails that you’ve flagged or tasks you’ve created. To ways to keep tabs on an email: drag it to your Task List button to create a task from the email; or, flag it for follow up so it shows up in the To Do list
  • Create a to-do template in OneNote 2007
  • Franklin Covey’s PlanPlus for Outlook
  • Create an on-the-fly To Do list in Windows Journal

What other tips or software would you recommend?

4 Comments

  1. Gordon Cahill

    12/29/2008 at 2:25 pm

    Evernote. Create a category for “MUST DO 2009”. Then it’s on all your devices, all the time.

    Gordon

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  2. datarat

    12/29/2008 at 4:56 pm

    http://Rememberthemilk.com. With gears support you can take it anywhere.

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  3. Geert

    12/30/2008 at 4:30 am

    Hi Rob,
    A fantastic list you made! It is for quite some time also my list as a somehow ADD-er with quite a chaos in my head, but therefore I became a super-specialist in organizing for myself and organisations.

    Some additions to your list I would like to make it complete:

    – Included now in Franklin Covey PlanPlus 6 for Outlook is PocketInformant8: a super duo for PC and PDA (HTC-TyTN);
    – As OntheFly list The SideNotes in OneNote 2007;
    – And last but not least: OneNote 2007 SideNotes sync with OneNote Mobile on PDA.
    Best Regards and a very Happy NewYear for you all.
    Geert

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  4. Stephen

    12/30/2008 at 9:52 pm

    XMind 3 is an open source software for brianstorming and mind mapping. With XMind 3, you can also free to share your mind maps with your colleagues, friends, and any people on http://share.xmind.net

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