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How David Allen created a groundbreaking productivity method for the info age This is part one of a three-part series. In the late 1990s, a consultant named David Allen created a productivity framework that changed the game. ​ Wired magazine called his methodology “A new cult for the info age.” The Guardian said this framework...
Our servers are on the move! This weekend, our hosting provider, Rackspace, is physically moving Toodledo’s servers to their new data center. Because the move will move our physical service, Toodledo’s service will be inaccessible during the move: Start time: Friday, January 11, 2019 at 11:00PM Eastern Time End time: Saturday, January 12, 2019 at...
Happy Holidays everyone! Aaron here. On behalf of our team, we hope you all had a happy holiday season and wish you a happy and prosperous 2019! As we closed out 2018 and our first six months with Toodledo, we wanted to pause and say “Thank you” to all of you Toodledoers. We are grateful...
This is part two of a three-part series. If you’ve already setup your Toodledo settings to work with MYN, jump ahead to part 3 for 1MTD and MYN 201. Getting started with Master Your Now! (MYN) in Toodledo is incredibly easy. We’ve worked with Michael Linenberger to find the best settings of Toodledo’s many features...
This is final part of a three-part series. Learn the basics of Master Your Now! in part 1 and setup your Toodledo workspace for Master Your Now! in part 2. Great! So you’ve learned a little about One-Minute To-do List (1MTD) and Master Your Now! (MYN), and you’ve setup your workspace. Now what? Here are...
Why you rank too many tasks as high importance, and how the One-minute To-Do List (1MTD) puts you back in control of your task list This is part one of a three-part series. If you’re already familiar with 1MTD and MYN, jump ahead to applying the quick-start template in part 2 or 1MTD and MYN...
Every day when I fire up my Toodledo, I have a handful of projects or tasks that I’m working on. I’ll probably finish half this week (it’s the Holidays… yeah, that’s it). I’ll push out a few of these until later. And on Sundays I re-evaluate if some of them are just not meant to...
People have all sorts of ways to remember what they need to do:  paper notebooks, sticky notes, email, dedicated task managers. Whatever your method, the value comes from how a to-do list parks things that need to be done outside of your brain until you’re ready to do it. So having fast and convenient ways to get...
When it comes to emails, there are two types of people in the world.   That used to be me on the right. Before Dropbox and Google Drive, I used to email drafts to myself to ensure I had version history. I’d constantly email myself tasks to remember to do. And then every morning I’d...
Did you know there are a couple ways to simulate manually sort in Toodledo?   For example, you can add a number in front of a task name and sort your list alphabetically.   You can also tag each task with a number and sort by tasks.
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