By Tom Kellen
Some times as project managers it’s so easy to get caught up in Gantt and PERT charts that it’s easy to forget the beauty of a good ToDo list. One example of a good, on-line ToDo list is the free ToDo.ly (http://todo.ly) service.
With ToDo.ly you create a project with a click of a button and then can start adding tasks to the project. The simple interface allows you to drag and drop items to reorder them and you can create sub-tasks just by dropping one task on another.
You can set a “due date” for your tasks and ToDo.ly will list how many days are left until it is due. You can also assign a 1-4 priority to each task, which colors the text of the task giving you quick visual feedback on your list.
Simple can be beautiful. Why don’t you give ToDo.ly a look today.