I know I’m not the only one that adds things to my to do list that I’ve already done just so I can immediately check them off. I’ve tried so many ways to keep track of to do lists, whether it’s keeping them in a physical notebook or downloading an app. Because I have this overwhelming knowledge of to do list options, I figured I would share my most recent find!
I came across Milanote on the hunt for the perfect to do list app, and while it’s not perfect (I wish I could add dates to boards and tasks), it’s customizable enough that I’ve made it what I want, and really enjoy using it.
The idea of Milanote is that you can add and move boards to a layout and organizational structure that works best for you. Below is a screenshot of what my work boards look like on the Mac app and on my BlackBerry.
I break down each day into 3 categories: meetings/events, to dos, and things I need to follow up on. As an event coordinator, I’m usually planning anywhere from 3-10 events at any given time, so Milanote helps me keep track of tasks I’ve already accomplished and things I still need to follow up on.
Milanote has a free version and subscription version for $10/month. The free version limits you to 100 cards, but I’ve had no problem staying under that amount. If you love organizational apps and to do lists, I highly recommend giving Milanote a try. If you use something different, let me know! I’m always up for a new app.