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Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by sullencab, Apr 12, 2021.

  1. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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    I need a good app for the organization of daily tasks, etc. which I can also share with people via email or whatnot. Ever since the pandemic, everything's mostly online and I have different apps for everything I need to do, like email and organizer. Are you also having difficulty keeping up with work or tasks? What apps do you use or any tip would be very much appreciated.
     



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  2. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    Is having different apps for different things something you see as a problem? There are apps that try to do email/calendar/tasks in one app, but they tend to be optimised for a particular ecosystem (e.g. Outlook or Nine are designed for Microsoft environments - Nine certainly can handle non-MS email but doesn't do the calendar or task integration with other accounts). But knowing whether this is something you want, or whether you are happy with different apps for different things (which is how I work by choice) may make a difference to the answers.

    There are many more apps that integrate calendar and tasks but don't do email, some that copy the old PDA PIM tools and also include address books (Informant comes to mind, if that still exists - I've not looked at it for years, never really worked for me).

    Personally the pandemic hasn't made much difference, since I've worked online for decades. But I've also never felt the need to integrate tasks or calendar with email, and since I work in large, multi-organisation teams who all use different mixes of systems calendar/task sharing tools have never been much use to me: I just use email to organise things, nothing more. So I don't know that I'll have any tips that will really help you (especially since I never got on with task lists, so still just do that sort of stuff in my head - I've several apps, but in practice I don't use them. Calendars, on the other hand, I use in a big way).
     
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  3. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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    Hi there. Thanks for your response. Not necessarily a problem. There are just times when I forget to open an app where I put a reminder of whatnot. I found something, Trello. But I don't think they can send emails, too.
     
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  5. sullencab

    sullencab Well-Known Member
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    Seriously, my mom thinks I need to address my behavior. I mean, isn't it normal to be not organized at times. She said it's affecting how I handle daily tasks, and therefore life. She wants me to see a therapist for this. Isn't that too much? Has anyone of you have any experience with therapists? Will it really help?
     
  6. anros

    anros Lurker

    Slack is very intuitive for direct messages and communication. Managing channels is useful to communicate over projects or tasks with colleagues. I fancy having several channels linked to my projects.

    Evernote - My 2nd brain. Literally everything is here. From my day-to-day life, to work stuff, to receipts and bills. Everything. And I insert also easier images when I need to.

    In app integrations is an alternative to cover several needs in an app. So instead of using separated applications I use Azendoo for productivity. I create and assign tasks and collaborate around Evernote docs when needed. For each projets you work on you get access to a document sections. There you can find back the task's context linked to the task.
     
    #6 anros, Apr 28, 2021
    Last edited: May 4, 2021
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