Carl’s thoughts on to-do lists mirror my own in many ways. This feels especially relevant:
I’ve used quite a few different to-do apps to organise personal and work tasks. Some of them worked well but would have an ugly UI, some would be over-engineered resulting in a compromised UX, and others would find the right balance of form and function, but weren’t particularly well supported or maintained.
I’ve tried so many, and often trend back to pen and paper of some sort. Using iA Writer is a great idea. I’d consider a system similar to what Carl describes the next time I decide to overhaul how I manage tasks.
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