Your New Favorite List-Making Tool


The internet has given us many, many great things - cats who want cheeseburgers, those dancing Filipino inmates, IMMD. But there was a big gaping hole in the interwebz where a free, non-ugly list-making app should be. The horror, right?

No longer, friends. Leave it to design darling Swiss Miss to come up with something so clean, user-friendly and gorgeous. And free! Free! This lady thought of everything - you have the option to cross things off (so you can see everything you've accomplished and feel smug) or completely delete things. You can drag items from one day to another and things that you don't complete on Monday will automatically get shuffled over Tuesday. And I especially love the 'Someday' list option at the bottom. Fantastic!

Do you have any online list resources that we need to know about?

Posted by Sarah Von

13 comments:

Anne (in Reno) said...

That looks awesome, can you link directly to it? I can't find it on the SwissMiss site.

Anonymous said...

here's the link!

http://teuxdeux.com/

notthatkindofgirlblog said...

That looks excellent! Another great online list-making site is RememberTheMilk.com, which cleverly syncs up with your gmail/google calendar and smart phones. I so love the internet.

The Naked Redhead said...

Yeah, TuexDuex rocks. I signed up last week!

Anonymous said...

Ahh!! this is the best invention ever!! i will save hundreds of tree's now.. Im all signed up and ready to go!!

Kate said...

This is great- I was using rememberthemilk, but this looks even better, list idea: reasons sarah von is awesome <3

itsblitzlove said...

I use listography. It's the best!
www.listography.com/monroepeanutbutter

Chelsea said...

I use listography, too! You can customize how it looks and you can make lists for everything!

nifer said...

Amazing! I need to visit this site immediately!

nifer said...

Wait, Sarah! Where do I find this app???? I am having trouble finding it on the Swiss Miss site!

Anonymous said...

evernote.com

Eternal*Voyageur @ Venusian*Glow said...

Tried it, but it doesn't have anything to make tasks repeat each week. So I use Todoist

neon panda said...

My favourite free internet app is Free Mind. Its a mindmapping program, and you can convert the maps into word docs after. Its an incredibly fast cheat way to write an essay or assignment. woot.

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