Top 5 To-Do List Managers For Mac OS X
If you had been looking for a Mac OS X application that allows you to keep everything in order for you then you have come to the right place. I have gathered some of the best productivity tools that offers easy to use Fast and Easy-to-Use To-Do List features.
EtreTask is a small, fast, easy-to-use to-do list manager. It is designed not to get in your way. It will never have as many â€œfeaturesâ€ as its competitors, but we feel that is a good thing.
To get started all you have to do is
- Give each task a name and maybe a description.
- If you want, associate files and URLs to tasks.
- Check them off!
TaskMate is a free and extremley lightweight task manager that will allow you to easily organize your day. Taskmate is a simple to-do list maker for Mac which create your tasks, and checks them when you’re done.
Slife is an excellent application for Mac that offers a complete activity analytics solution for individuals and teams. It features
- Visualize personal and team activities
- Manage resources more efficiently
- Set productivity goals
- Keep track of time spent on Projects
You can try it for free and discover how Slife can help you manage your business professionally.
Just as the name suggests,Â Todos’ job is simple. It shows you all your applications in a complete dock. All you have to do is, activate ToDoas and click any application and it will launch instantly . Todos will fade away after application launch.
If you want Todos to stay there for a while, simply hold the command key and click the app, it will open the application and remain displayed.
Backboard is a 2 in 1 app for all the Mac lovers. It not only allows you to write reminder notes but also notes down all your tasks. Its perfect for collection notes and tasksÂ like important meetings to attend, calender events etc.
The possibility to edit and search them a bit makes it even more interesting.
It is the best one. Syncs with iCal, and has an iPhone app.
I’d recommed iGTD (http://bargiel.home.pl/iGTD/). It’s really easy to use an integrates with Quicksilver as well as having a dashboard widget.
iGTD has been discontinued, the developer has joined the Things dev team apparently.
Um, \”Todos\” means \”everything\” in Spanish… so the Todos app, which shows you all your apps, should not be confused with a To Do list manager. Even though the name seems like ‘ToDos’.
I myself use TodoPlus, which is a free software application for both Mac and Windows. It is more simplistic as many of the other to do list software I have tried and bought, but it can still be used for larger projects.