Task Management Tool – Get Organized.. Digitally

Task Management for the Internet Era

5/4/2010: To-Do List

I have always been a writer. I literally have a collection of notebooks that include everything from stories to poetry and always lots of lists, especially to-do lists. I love to procrastinate and tend to be forgetful, so these little lists are alifesaver. In an effort to get myself “more digital” I have attempted to put many of my once written documents online.

I have used more than one “productivity” application, both on the computer and my Android phone, with no success. After using it once or twice, I forget it even existed. And here I am joining a new task management app, hoping this will be the one for me.

And the winner is..

Wunderlist – TASK MANAGEMENT tool

What is it exactly?

(from their official website)

Organize everything – Start boosting your daily productivity now

No matter what needs to be done, from shopping lists to projects and to-dos, Wunderlist can manage it all.

Use it everywhere – Manage your tasks while you‘re on the go

It’s available on your Mac, Windows, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone devices, as well as your web-browser.

Share with others – invite your friends and colleagues to join.

Share your tasks and lists by email, or share them directly through Wunderlist with anyone who is already on board.

wunderkit is a social network for the task oriented

What I like about Wunderlist..

  • Very cool so far, can be used both online and off, downloadable for every device you have (no excuses!)
  • Great design and customizable background
  • Keep track of what you want, how you want – today, weekly, monthly, no due date
  • Their own social networkImage

Wunderkit

TASK MANAGEMENT tool + social networking = awesome!

Okay, the social network sold me. I almost couldn’t believe my eyes.

Check out my profile on Wunderkit here.

http://www.wunderkit.com/cybergirl

I also found a method to reinforce my new behavior with a points system from this website.

If this doesn’t keep me on track, I’m going back to the old school pen and paper method.

Wish me luck 🙂

And if all else fails…

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How to transfer pictures to computer from phone without a cord or your sd card

Transfer Pictures… wait where is that cord.. HELP!

We transfer pictures to the computer all the time. We all have a way that we do this, and there is no wrong or right way. But what happens when we can’t find our USB cord? Or we are away from home and cannot use an SD card to transfer them? That is the problem I ran into recently. Thanks to Google Play I was able to find an app to fix my dilemma within minutes!

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The Problem

I needed to post some pictures on Craigslist. I just got a new CPU Tower and the one I’m using didn’t have a SD card slot like I was used to. I had a USB SD Card adapter… somewhere and my USB cord worked, but my OS could not locate the driver needed for it to work.

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The Solution

I went on Google Play to search for a driver and actually found something better! SyncMe – An app to wirelessly sync from my android phone to my computer and vice versa. I downloaded to see if it would work and it actually far exceeded my expectations. Not only were the instructions easy to understand, the whole process from download to transfer complete took all of five minutes!

My critera, as far as apps are concerned, is performance, speed, and ease of use. I have spent countless years installing (and uninstalling) applications and programs, on both my smart phones and computers over the years. I have a need to find apps that aid in optimization. What a great word.

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Transferring photos to the computer from the phone is a regular every day action many of us do without question. But what happens when our technology fails… so to speak? We look toward another alternative and sometimes it works, sometimes it fails.

With such a variety of phone apps and different ways to go about transfering picture to your computer from your phone it should come across pretty clear that this progran, SyncMe, is among the best photo transfer/file syncing tool available, for Android phones at least.

I strongly recommend this program… Go download it, because you will need to transfer something, at some point, to the computer from your phone.. trust me.

Check out my review posted on Google Play:transfer pictures to computer from phone with ease!