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Simple Task Management with Todoist

Simple Task Management with Todoist

We are faced with mounds of tasks everyday. We get through them and attack them and get them out of our way in different ways. And we forget some of them resulting in stress not just to us but even to people around us. Task Management tools aim at aiding this aspect of your life. [...]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-03-24

Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 09-03-24

We looked at the new Firefox 3.1 beta 3 features last week. Did you know Firefox 3.1 is being renamed to Firefox 3.5? While we wait for that to come out of beta, let’s look at a few cool Firefox extensions, shall we? Firefox Extensions of the Week About:Tab (experimental): Firefox 3.1 is going to [...]

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Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk For Gmail Google Chrome Extension

Remember the Milk is my favorite online to-do manager and even has a great RTM iPhone app too. I use Gmail and Remember the Milk extensively everyday. So, naturally Remember the Milk for Gmail Firefox extension has been such a wonderful tool for me. I can access RTM from within Gmail. This is pretty huge [...]

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Firefox Extensions: Picks of the Week 2007-12-20

Christmas is almost here and I am sure a lot of us are getting read for the holidays! Here is another batch of Firefox Extensions that I came across in the last couple of weeks. Remember the Milk – The biggest one for me is the Remember the Milk‘s extension making use of the recently released [...]

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Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Milk Shines and Goes Offline

Remember the Remember the Milk (RTM) task management application I use and absolutely in love with? It is a free online task management application that is so simple to use and is very capable. Folks at RTM have totally redesigned their home page and it is very functional and slick. Plus, you might have heard [...]

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Sorting Added to Remember the Milk

Sorting Added to Remember the Milk

One of the features I missed in Remember the Milk (RTM) has been added. Remember the Milk (RTM) is a very cool and efficient online task manager. I have a love for GTD (Getting Things Done) tools and RTM is my favorite. Now, you can sort your tasks in RTM by Priority Task Name Due [...]

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How to use Smart Lists with Remember the Milk?

How to use Smart Lists with Remember the Milk?

I like GTD (Getting Things Done) applications to a fault. We featured the use of Remember the Milk (RTM) as a GTD tool a short while back. My first experience with a tool of this kind was MonkeyGTD followed by d-cubed. d-cubed won me over from monkeyGTD but now I am torn between d-cubed and [...]

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ShanKri-la Feature: Remember the Milk

ShanKri-la Feature: Remember the Milk

Back in the days, I was writing down tasks I want to get done in pieces of paper stuffed in my wallet. I know it’s archaic and wasn’t fun but it worked for me. But, with the advent of Google Calendar and other web applications I decided to dump my old system and try something [...]

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Groovy Online Task Manager – voo2do

Groovy Online Task Manager – voo2do

I am a fan of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD) way of accomplishing tasks. In my quest for increased productivity, I have tried and used many online to-do lists, task managers, tiddlywikis and I review some of them here time to time. I stumbled across a groovy online task manager application, Voo2do, that has [...]

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Quick Tip: Create a Shortcut to Your Unread Gmail

Quick Tip: Create a Shortcut to Your Unread Gmail

Gmail has been the center of my online universe for the past few years. And I appreciate every little help to make me even more productive with my emails. Gmail already has a ton of features that can make you a productivity ninja. Labels, Filters, etc to name a few. You probably knew already that [...]

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Gmail Gets More Netbook Friendly

Gmail Gets More Netbook Friendly

Google is definitely taking the Netbook space seriously. Netbooks are great for their portability but running Windows XP on it with limited hardware resources can be really painful. Google recognizes this and recently announced the open source Google Chrome OS aimed squarely at Netbooks. It is an extension of its Mobile OS platform – Android [...]

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WebNotes – Annotate & Organize the Web (Beta Invites Available)

WebNotes is a web organization tool created by a group of MIT alumni. Their goal was to revolutionize the way people collect,organize and share information on the Internet! After checking out WebNotes, I have to agree that they are on the right track. If you have ever used PostIt notes to put up stickies for [...]

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Top 12 Refreshing Remember the Milk Goodies

Remember the Milk is my choice online to-do web app. And so is true for many of you. If you are a RTM user, read on to find some goodies you could use for RTM. If you are not a RTM user, you could browse through a RTM review & a few posts here to [...]

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Open Remember the Milk in Your Browser Sidebar

In the last couple of weeks, we saw how to run Google Calendar & Google Docs in your Firefox sidebar. Now, let’s see how we can my favorite online task manager in a browser sidebar. For those unaware, Remember the Milk is an excellent online task manager with awesome features. Remember the Milk (RTM) for [...]

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Run Google Calendar in Your Firefox Sidebar

Google Calendar has to be the second popular Google’s suite of offerings after Gmail when it comes to productivity. You can now run Google Calendar right from your sidebar if you are using Firefox (could possibly work for other browsers as well). Mitch of Firefox Facts has gotten the url from the iGoogle – Google [...]

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