Remember the Milk – Reloaded With New features

Remember the Milk is my choice online task manager. As fun as the name sounds, the application is very intuitive to use as well as very web 2.0. I have wrote about Remember the Milk here, here and here.

Remember the Milk – Reloaded

My favorite application to keep track of tasks in different lists and tags just got better with these new features.

  • Improved List View – New icons & keyboard shortcuts
  • Connecting your tasks – Visually connects the tasks you editing to the details box
  • Friendlier due dates
  • Tags – easier editing and management
  • Tags visible in the list – tags are nicely displayed in the list
  • Private Atom/RSS/iCalendar feeds
  • Atom/RSS feeds for completed tasks
  • Using Smart Lists in Searches
  • New advanced search operators

Whew.. RTM team has definitely been super busy with these slew of new features. Plus, the application loads and reacts a whole lot faster as well.

If you are looking for an onine task manager to take control of your tasks at work or home, I totally recommend Remember the Milk.

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7 Responses to “Remember the Milk – Reloaded With New features”

  1. Madhur Kapoor November 18, 2007 at 10:04 pm #

    I haver never tried an online task manager. I think i should start with this one.

  2. Troy November 19, 2007 at 2:34 am #

    I tried it at once, and it’s a very helpful tool! One of the nicest features is the ability to print out a weekly checklist, but I would like it if you could enter the date at the same time as the task (like Google calendar)

  3. K November 23, 2007 at 4:03 pm #

    @Madhur.. if you haven’t tried one yet, I’ll definitely recommend this one! RTM is just awesome.

    @Troy.. you are right. That will be a cool thing to add.. if you sounded that off in the feature request forum, you might get lucky too! Their development team is very responsive to the user community. Another biggie for me.

  4. Shankar Ganesh November 27, 2007 at 2:30 pm #

    Well, I like RTM but it’s too feature rich for me to use hehe.

    I prefer Backpack it over this. It’s very neat, and does ‘what I need’. More of a scribble-pad 😀

  5. K November 27, 2007 at 2:43 pm #

    Shankar, I can see where you are coming from. I haven’t used Backpack It but I just took the ‘tour’ and it looks very promising to me..

    As much as I love RTM, I am always open for new things and I am going to give this a whirl and write my thoughts on it soon! Thanks for the heads up buddy! 😈

  6. Shankar Ganesh November 27, 2007 at 2:47 pm #

    You’re welcome 🙂


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