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  1. bensd United Kingdom

    bensd Well-Known Member

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    I always have a few projects on the go at the same time (some mine, some clients)

    I would like to be able to create different tasks for each of the projects and put them in a daily/weekly to do list.

    I could then click on each of the project individually to look at progress.

    Is there any software which would do this?
     
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    I've been looking for something similar recently so I'll be interested to see what people recommend.
     
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    Edwin Well-Known Member

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    This one seems to get good reviews http://hitask.com/ - the video demo looks like it covers everything you're after...
     
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    What about Microsoft Project? Used this in college for a while, might suit you although it's more aimed at managing people than tasks.

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    Trello.com is amazingly easy to use. I use it all the time
     
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    I'd second Trello too. I don't use it - stick to Google Tasks in Google Calendar. BUT, have started to look at Trello. I've only heard good things about it...
     
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    Trello all the way for me.
     
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  11. AndyMarsden United Kingdom

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    for project management as a whole I use basecamp

    but for to do lists like what you are asking for I cannot recommend todoist.com highly enough for its simplicity.
     
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    I am still using notepad. Tried a few bits of software but nothing has 'stuck'

    Just signed up for Trello, looks good so far!
     
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    Wunderlist.com free version is great, paid has a few collaboration features.

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