‘To-do’ apps help millions of people save time by organizing their tasks. A study, conducted by the Harvard Business Review, reveals that managers are wasting up to 90% of their valuable time because of poor time management. Another study shows that 15 minutes of planning could save an hour of execution time.
Maintaining a to-do list and completing tasks on time gives a sense of progress and accomplishment. When your to-do app is integrated in your working environment, it will help you focus your attention on the most important tasks, avoid stress and become more productive.
We have listed 8 cloud-based to-do apps that are suitable for small to midsize businesses.
Clariti combines email, chat, call, cloud storage, social feeds and to-dos to create TopicFolder where all the conversations are displayed in an easy-to-navigate visual form. Apart from keeping all discussions organized in TopicFolder, Clariti allows you to create to-dos from emails, chats or social media feeds so that you always know the “context” behind the to-do. You can quickly see the complete history for every to-do without having to rely on memory. This unique representation of threads provides instant reference to every task that you create using to-dos. Besides To-do, Clariti also has many other features like chat from email, direct chat, group chat, voice calling, screen sharing etc that are needed by the modern-day workforce. While the basic version of the app is free, users will have to pay for certain advanced features.
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Any.do will help you to organize your tasks, lists and reminders in one easy-to-use app. It allows you to have personalized themes, task color coding and collaboration. Projects can be streamlined into tasks and color tagged to help users differentiate their goals. Any.do is available in both free and paid version.
Everything in Microsoft To Do is broken up into lists, tasks, and subtasks that help you track and complete a project on time. You can add due dates and set reminders for your daily checklist. You can integrate with Outlook Tasks which makes it easier to manage all your tasks in one place. It is most simple to use and is exceptionally user friendly when compared with other task management applications. Microsoft To Do is a cross platform task manager that is available for free and syncs across iPhone, Android, Windows 10, and the web.
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You can easily add tasks to Remember The Milk with a quick email, a short tweet, or even by asking Google Assistant, Alexa, or Siri to remind you and get reminded by email, text, IM, Twitter, and mobile apps (Android, iOS, BlackBerry 10). You can create subtasks by breaking your tasks down into smaller, more manageable pieces. You can connect to Google Drive or Dropbox to keep documents, and files handily alongside the related tasks.
Google Tasks lets you take control of your task management and start managing your to-do list on the go. You can manage, capture, and edit your tasks from anywhere, at any time, with to-dos that sync across all your devices. Integrations with Gmail and Google Calendar help you get tasks done faster. Google Tasks is completely free to download from the Google Play Store and iOS App Store.
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TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list and task manager app which helps you make schedule, manage time, stay focused, remind about deadlines and organize work from everywhere. You can set a reminder to ease your mind off worrying about missing deadlines.
2Do lets you create simple tasks, checklists, and projects, add notes and attachments, and set reminders and alerts so you always know what you need to do. It has simple-to-use interface . You can even integrate the app with your email so you can add tasks from anywhere.
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Ike will help you to prioritize tasks, to-dos, and reminders into a priority matrix depending on their importance/urgency based on President Eisenhower’s priority matrix. The Eisenhower method was popularized in Steven Covey’s “7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” It helps you organize tasks by importance and urgency. You can manage tasks using intuitive gestures.