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re: What is your task management process? Do you use trello, asana, calendar etc or a hybrid? And how? VIEW POST

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I have found TickTick to be one of the best to-do list programs and I use it to keep track of all my reminders, tasks and other info (I have one list dedicated to interesting websites and articles). It syncs to all devices and is very easy to use, but has a lot of features. I have yet to upgrade to premium, but I will likely do that soon.

Day to day, I use sticky notes with a to-do list for the day. Often that list comes from Tick Tick and I use the notes as more of a resource to encourage me to do more because I can see all I want to get done in the day, and what I have already done.

I also use Google Calendar for all other events that don't really fit on a list.

 

How would you compare TickTick to trello(if you have used it?)

 

Tick Tick is oriented more around lists and doesn't really have the same interface as Trello. I compare it more to Todoist or other tools like that.

For me, I use it a lot like other people use Trello, because it has a percentage complete option (I work on tasks and update the percentage, tasks marked done are done, tasks with no percentage are on my todo list).

So to answer your question, I wouldn't compare it to Trello but rather to Todoist 😄 I haven't used Todoist much, but I really like TickTick and don't see myself changing any time soon.

When I discovered it, I was really surprised how many feature it had (even for the free version) and that more people were not using it.

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