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Looking for a highly organized To-Do List Application

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by jcw1121, Mar 27, 2010.

  1. jcw1121

    jcw1121 New Member
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    I am a freelance graphic designer, and I just bought the Droid for Verizon as a tool to help organize jobs and business.

    I'm looking for an application to help organize my jobs, and I think the features and abilities I'm looking for in ONE program may be too advanced, but we'll see.

    I want to find a sort of To-Do list application that will let me do all of the following:

    Organize Jobs by Clients and allow me to select the job, read the general description of the job. I want to be able to have an appendix to each note that will allow me to view people, businesses and contacts that will be involved in the job aside from the main client, ie Print shops, mailing houses, owners of rights to imagery, etc. I also want to be able to directly contact any of them as a link through the list note. and I'd also like to be able to have another annex section to each note that will allow me to set up a to-do list for each project, example: Illustration job list would be: Finish pencils Finish Inks Finish Colors Scan etc.

    Anything out there for something like that? Understandably there probably isnt a program out there specifically for graphics jobs organization, but I am wondering if there is a to do list or general list application that has that intricate of an organizational structure.

    Thanks
     

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  2. drabidea

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    That is a tough order. I would suggest trying Astrid. I don't think you will find an all in one for all of them. Astrid however merges with other programs more then the other to-do list apps.

    Also, as a side note. As a graphic designer you might like thinking space. Pretty fun organizational app.

    Good Luck with your search
     
  3. negreenfield

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    Sounds like you want more of a full project organizer than just a To-Do. The most powerful to do list I've used is Got To Do but it's really built on the Getting Things Done platform as a whole and is a very good task organizer.

    I personally use Outlook for all my work-related projects (can't stand MS Project) so I keep that separate from my home/personal related projects and Astrid does well for me in that regard.
     
  4. bluenova

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    Remember the Milk is bar far the most feature rich to-do list available but for linking to businesses, contacts it sounds like you need a fully fledged CRM system.

    I suggest you look into using SugarCRM as there is an Android app available.
     
  5. Stine K

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    Have a look at Shuffle too - for a GTD app.
     
  6. mjschmidt

    mjschmidt Well-Known Member
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    Astrid has a lot of features, including adding notes to a ToDo item. Not sure if you can start calls with links, never tried that.

    Astrid also syncs with Remember the Milk, so...

    Another alternative is maybe to use Note Everything. NE is not a ToDo list app, but can be used to create separate "notebooks" or folders, within which you can create separate text, voice, photo, and QR code notes. You can export to SD card (and import).

    I believe the full (paid) version also lets you set reminders and alarms.

    Free: Note Everything v2.9.3 Application for Android | Productivity

    Pro (add-on): Note Everything Pro v1.2.0 Application for Android | Productivity
     
  7. DDDroid

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    take a look at List Master it may be what your looking for. You probably need the full version.

    Good Luck lets us know what you find.
     
  8. USofPlutarchy

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    Check out ActionComplete. It has a personal and projects tab to separate tasks. Probably one of the best for work, but astrid is the best for personal organization.
     

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