What tools & techniques you use to stay on track for daily goals and tasks at hand?


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As we are evolving our product for customers, lots of distractions come in including new ideas from existing customers, support issues etc.

What tools do you use

1) to Keep track or log of daily goals and tasks at hand?

2) How to best decide to where should your time go and what tools you use to keep track, if any?

In nutshell, share any tools you use to better organize yourself and even tips and techniques for same.

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asked Dec 9 '11 at 01:11
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Sonu Bansal
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look at similar question and great answers:
What personal productivity / time management / motivational tips & tricks do you use? for tools I personally love evernote. simple. you can create checklists. its synced.
binfire is useful as well to work with team and as a simple project management tool.

answered Dec 21 '11 at 10:57
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R D
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  • thank you for that link! and yes evernote is very useful. – Sonu Bansal 9 years ago

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Trello is working very well for me, both in tracking web development and task management for a committee I'm on. It's a bit like an online board for post-it notes, which can move from list to list as they progress, and be ordered as you like for priority. At least, that's how it's envisaged to be used; Trello is extremely process-agnostic, so if you want to customise it, that's very easy. No fees, either.

answered Dec 10 '11 at 19:49
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Iain Hallam
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pivotaltracker.com is geared towards developers but might be helpful otherwise as well

answered Dec 9 '11 at 04:59
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Kidbrax
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A new start-up lift.do,
opened its website/phone application only 2 days ago and it does exactly what you describe in your question.
As far as I know it's available on iPhone only for now, I don't have one but I subscribed to the beta test newsletter and I can tell you that it seems pretty powerful!
check it out Have fun

answered Aug 30 '12 at 23:42
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Danie7 L T
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