Are you looking for a new, paperless way to keep lists? I used to keep lists in an organized way, like in a planner, but it was always a mess tracking the progress of these “to-dos”, and in the end I had lots of crossed-out words.
I’ve been using asana.com and the asana app to keep track of things for years now. I use it to keep lists and plan projects. I use it for both work and personal use, and really recommend it.
Asana was created by a co-founder of Facebook and other individuals to help improve productivity at Facebook. It’s a great tool because it allows one to create a project, and then tasks under that project, or just create tasks independently from a project. You can set due dates, make them recurring if necessary, assign tasks to individuals, allow individuals to follow tasks, add attachments, etc.
Asana has an add-on in Gmail which is great when you want to clear out your inbox and make the email content become a task instead.
There are other productivity tools like asana out there, like Trello, and so this blog post is for you if you needed the nudge to go and try one!