Often, I have projects in various stages of completion and I am always looking for a way to manage those lists better. I was so excited when I came across Pegby. This flexible index card system keeps all your tasks in order. The only thing that would make Pegby better is if they had an app and I heard they are working on it! Below is a video about how it works. What "cool tools" are you using to manage your todo list?
As a side note, I was thinking Pegby would be great for research projects. Students could create virtual note cards with their sources and information.
What a great find! I have never heard of this one before. As I was watching the video I noticed that you can also invite friends, so this might be a terrific tool to have small groups of students work through the tasks for a collaborative project!
Thanks so much for sharing!
I recently added "Google Tasks" to my Chrome tool bar. Why didn't I use this before? It is a tool for making lists. If I am working online and think of something I need to add, I just click on the checkmark icon and enter the info. I can cross off items that are completed. It is easy to make several lists, one for work, one for home, shopping and so forth. If you have tasks with due dates, they will automatically be added to your Google calendar. I even added my Task Lists to my iGoogle. Take a look here, for more information:
I finally found Goodtodo.com. This is not a free site (it is a few dollars a month).My favorite feature is the ability to send this to your to do list straight from your email- and you can send several email accounts to one list. Since it it is web-based, I can get it anywhere including on my phone.
You can tag items and sort them!
I am always looking for a good way to keep things organized! I tend to write things down on paper, and then stuff them in my bag. It takes me shuffling through papers or notebooks to find the list that I was working on. I liked the video where it showed how to create lists, stack cards, and move them between columns. This online tool just might be helpful! I am going to share this with my ITRT team as we make lots of lists on the white board when we meet. This might be a good site for us to use for sharing lists, and working together when we aren't in person. If this is something that we like, and works well, then it would be great to share with teachers and then students. I am looking forward to exploring Pegby! Thanks for sharing.
I use Wunderlist which has an app in the iTunes store, don't know about Droid & other smart phones. I can use it on my iPad, iPhone & Mac. I also probably can log-in to their website to view my "To Do" list on a PC, but haven't done that yet. I like that after I type in tasks I can move them around & sort the order of them based on priority.