Wunderlist email reminders - common questions
Is wunderlist being discontinued?
Wunderlist is officially gone, but you can replace it with one of these productivity apps. Microsoft's To Do list app replaced Wunderlist in May. Sorry, Wunderlist devotees: As of May, you can no longer use the list-making app, its owner Microsoft announced back in December.23 mei 2020
Hey, welcome to how you can recharge your 2019 with time crafts, really happy to be part of prodCon this year and actually it's fun.
I recorded a previous article and it turned out it didn't take there was some corruption in the file and I really tried to do it as I was trying to do a little too much with it I guess and what funny is that this is how it goes with the lesson I want to teach you here in the next Oh, I don't know. Let's say 20 minutes or so is what you can do to recharge your 2019 in a way that allows you to really take it to the next level.If you've been following my work for a while now, you know that I used to do a lot of things around apps.
I wrote for Cult of Mac, I wrote for The Next Web. I've done a lot of that stuff. I've been a huge Todoist user for a long time.
I've used a lot of different tools than Ana and for me I think one of the things that you do when you try to recharge your 20:19 is the greatest thing you can do, and that is going to be hard to swallow for some people because I know they like to set up a lot of complex systems, and that stuff is really simplistic, we see this trend a lot when it comes to clearing out. You know we see the idea of digital minimalism that Cal Newports talks about in his new book, we see a lot of this stuff and I think this is the trend that we want to follow and make not just in 2019 but in the future too Your 2019 more productive. So let's get to some of the tactics you can use in the strategy that you can use to simplify well, first and foremost, I've always said this even though it's a bit of an app.
Junkie and I love my tech focus on the app in it, this is a big thing I've talked about in the past and I keep talking about the idea that this is the idea of shutting down your system first, you get your framework, you Can use with a wide variety of applications I think something is very important You don't want an application to go away somehow. And then tell yourself. Oh what should i do now? You know a lot of people in my years of my decade plus studying productivity who said oh you know what? I had this Evernote app.
We used Evernote as an example here and you know, but Evernote has been struggling as we speak, you know, lately Oh, when you put all your eggs in the Evernote basket, you never know it'll go away. What are you going to do right? It's the same with tools like Astrid, we see it with Wunderlist to a certain extent. Apps come and go, you need to have a framework that will allow you to get it on paper and we are seeing a paper renaissance with bullet journaling We want you to be with us everywhere Up here too your trust needs to be.
So you have a frame in place and number two makes it easy. One of the things I teach when it comes to productivity is this methodology that I called Time Crafting and the idea is that you know it, that you basically have a way to work with the time and shape it because time is a man-made construct. You know I strongly believe in the idea that there shouldn't be a constant focus on doing something at a certain time of the day, because the day can now derail.
I'm a night owl I don't believe the day starts right in the morning. You are I record this in the early afternoon The reason I do this in the early afternoon is Now I'm finally starting to take my step You make me do it at 8:00 AM 9:00 AM and you won't get that, do you ? You're just not going to do it, so I'm not a huge believer in the time-based mindset, I think you know I talked about this in one of my TED talks, it forces you to focus on the urgent. But having a task-based mindset in the first place allows you to focus on what really matters - I think time does matter.
No question. I've studied for a long time, quite by design, but I think when you start designing and tinkering it's about making the most of your time and managing your time as best you can Create a framework that allows you to say Hey, I know it will take me X time to focus on it, I know that this is what I will do, I want this to be my intention. I want to be able to pay attention when the time is right, no matter what time, how do I do it? So one of the things I think you can do to simplify your time management structures and productivity so that you can recharge it is through this idea of simplification - and I was talking about it before this idea of making your time a topic.
So instead of saying hey of you, type or schedule yourself in and say hey you know what? I'm going to spend, you know, I'm going to plan every moment of the day. Again, is the problem with that you're finished? With the possibility of things messing up your day and your child showing up in an emergency, you know you have to come home from school sick, what happens then or you are stuck in a traffic jam? or something is being canceled You know when to reschedule? You leave no room for opportunities for you to use the moments when your energy may or may not be better? Using the time when your energy is not so great and making sure that you use this time wisely. So when I talk about your time the biggest thing I hear from people before I can even explain how I give a superficial explanation you are going to go a little deeper here in this article here but what I hear is, oh, There is no way I can see my time.
My schedule, I can't possibly be consistent. If you're doing this, you know, during those hours of the day or otherwise every Wednesday looks the same mic, so I can't do that and I'll be calling you about it if you are one of those people because those are prejudices popping up. That's the confirmation bias.
That's the idea that this is how it always has been. So it is like that or you know, if you would look at your day and I'm not a big fan of Chronicle as every moment of the day I'm not going to do what my friend Chris Bailey does or Laura van de Kamp for whom I have great admiration and have great respect, but I am not the wallet that measures 100 and I will not take time to quantify my life. For me, it's more about qualified Haden.
I want to spend some time actually living it so I won't necessarily be making time for Chronicle every moment of the day, but I do write and I have days in the week that I say Hey today is the day I go focus me you know a article So most of my energy is either spent on writing article scripts for it, etc. But in cases like today, which is not my articletag. What are you doing right? It means the article date is not working.
No it means that today and what I call an abstraction, if I am doing this article on my audio day right now because I am doing this on a Wednesday is not what I would normally do, but when I did this because Audio my daily topic is what I can do is once I'm done with this article which by the way has audio in it. You can't use the microphones, can you? Here it is, then you know I can go back to what I would normally do, which is audio. I have a filter for my focus right, so define my day and say that Wednesday is audio day, when then I'm done doing something like that for you and For Francesco, then I can now say I'm done what do I do instead of asking myself? What am I doing, which is such an open question instead? I can tell what day is it? Oh, it's wednesday.
Okay what does wednesday mean? Well, Wednesday means audio work, okaynow let me look in duyst, or let me see my bullet journal, or let me look at Asana and find out which tasks I marked or flagged as audio tasks? Podcast interviews are now scheduled for all of you, and all of my interviews are completed by July 2019 from this recording except maybe two or three, there's a reason because I've got an audio day again now, except for the very extraordinary thing I have the opportunity to mine Day one day of the week to put an emphasis on audio that you might not have, but you definitely have personal topics that you can't, that you might be able to prescribe here, I mean, we'll have your focus on a Wednesday or maybe optimization I have Read an article that goes back to Marie Kondo that if 2018 was the year of self-care, 2019 is the year of self-optimization. What I'm talking about here is optimization that takes its time, whether it's the day of the week or the time of day. I call this horizontal issues and I say hey you know what 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
I will focus on maintenance tasks. Well what are these? Well, Mike has to do is to see what your main maintenance tasks are our tags You have marked his maintenance or maybe in the enumeration of your bullet journal. You have a page that says Maintenance, you have a running list, or maybe you just have a reminder app on your iPhone, or you just use a simple post-it note and go to bed every night.
You write here. What are the maintenance tasks? I have to do it tomorrow between 9:00 and 11:00 or what is my maintenance day on Tuesday? What maintenance tasks do I need to do? Right, so it's about giving your brain a break, but figuring out, hey, you know what? Here's What To Focus On This Day Of The Week These Hours Of The Day This Week Of The Month A Weekly SprintAll right, if your focus is on building something over the course of a week, all that does the subject is give your brain one Overarching Focus for This Time and You Here's the Great Thing You don't have to have four horizontal topics like me and seven different daily topics like me and 12 topics for your months of the year and some are professional You have 12 professional and 12 personal to get started with just one day of the week to address I am talking to your bias again or to me and maybe not to you. I'm very general here, but the idea that you know I can't address my days.
Well when do you do your housework? When do you spend time after your kids come home from school? When do you go shopping? When do you do this Most people would say the weekend? Okay, what if you actually defined a day of the weekend that this happened to me? This is saturday. Actually it is different, dude. It was Saturday when I spoke to my wife.
She said well, what if the weather is nice on Saturday? I said okay Well, Saturday is either Family Day or Household Day or Planning Day, whatever. It's family or planning day. So on family day, housework is one of the things that fall into the family bucket.
The other day, put up some shelves for my son made on Family Day. What day of the week was this Saturday when I wrote this on my to-do list on the day I decided to think about it, was my intention to say. Hey, I need to put these shelves in my son's room.
I didn't go, well let's do it now or let's do it Wednesday. I said, well, what kind of a family-oriented job is that, so let's go. It's done on a Saturday.
So now I never have to think about it again. So my point is that you are probably already broaching elements of your calendar, reminding yourself that the calendar and this came straight from getting things done and straight from the idea that the calendar is really just some kind of place to be that you are tough and quick with your appointments. All right, David Allen has been teaching that for years, right? So I want to say that your calendar is your guideline for the day? Right, he'll give you the waypoint.
Hey, I have a dentist appointment Oh, I have a You know I have to do this at this very specific time Write a podcast interview at one o'clock. If I don't show up at 1 p.m.
Guess what? There is no interview if I have a dentist appointment at 6:00 p.m. I'm not showing up Guess what? There is no dentist appointment But we tend to schedule tasks and our calendar and that gives us flexibility again But if you said, hey, you know what is 9:00 to 10:00.
I'll do maintenance tasks well, this is an appointment that you do with yourself and while that is the guideline, the details are on your to-do list, whether it's an app or or or a paper planner, which tasks I have maintenance or communication if you want to be more specific or send an email if you want to be even more specific, that's the other thing to think about when it comes to topics and I know here are it a lot. Again I said it would be easy if you get the process in a nutshell, but it won't be easy. Definitely out of the gate, right? You have to think about it.
For example, I use daily topics such as article-audio training optimization deeply. These are to me personally because even if business is not personal productivity it is always very subjective, but for you it may be different and you need to find out what your subjects are and which I like to call this the kind of goldilocks factor. Right, if your subjects are too harsh, which means the edges are too narrow, right? So when you say email we are using email as one.
Well, first of all, email is a very narrow topic. I mean we all have email, we know that, but if you were creating daily themed email because when you ran out of email, what are you going to do, are the edges too hard? just too tight a topic of the day, right? So you might want to expand on that. Well what if you can do it? Communication.
Well, the other office might be too soft on the other side of the equation. Let's see if aspect of goolah. 'you are too soft.
It's Too Wide Phone Falls Into Social Media Email You Might Have Too Busy To Do In A Day Now It Might Be Too Wide Which It Doesn't Allow You To Really Know. Focus on things because you just still have too many things, so if you're looking at your broad to-do list, no matter where it is, your filter isn't tight enough to make decisions quick enough, so there are two Elements of a Sometimes it's too tight, which means you only have five things to do and then when that's done now what do you do and then in the moment you rely on your brain to figure out the things that are going to be do are? Never a good idea that the year is always short You don't know until this point If you look at this during Prod-Con, you now only have eleven months in the calendar year. There are things you can do after eleven months, things take time.
So if you purposely give yourself a piece of exercise every month, or if you're going to be doing weekly sprints and you want to for the next 45 50 weeks, you could do that too, but the point is that it gives your brain something to focus on can, and that's what we need, because your brain will do other things if left to its own devices. It gets distracted by the new glitz. You have to give your break a chance and those are the moments during something like During this time of year January which is traditionally a month when new beginnings happen, This is a time of year, but you could do this at any time of the year to do.
I do this and you know, over the summer months of September, I start my year. It doesn't mean you have to start in January. You can start a month no matter what time you're watching.
It's the next month, it could be a monthly topic and you could have a personal topic. Maybe you will be doing personal topics just to help your personal life. You do better or maybe you just do work topicsProfessional topicsSometimes these topics overlap, I call these hybrid topicsBut theming is really very powerfulAnd by the way, theming is the gateway to mode-based work, right? It will be an audio mode when you know Friday is Deep Work Day.
You will be in deep work mode, it will help you set limits You will not see me making coaching calls on a Friday because Friday is my deep work day you will not podcast any other day of the week than Wednesday -See doing interviews because that's my audio day and you certainly won't see me on Saturday and Sunday doing things other than family things to simplify your process, simplify your framework so you can really recharge for the year ahead and beyond, for what You will find is that these daily themes, those weekly or those weekly sprints, not so much for the horizontal themes and even your monthly themes, they might repeat themselves, they might make sense year after year, which will also save you time in the long run, we create new ones Nerve pathways new ways for you to do a standard workflow for you and remember that the time is yours, no matter what. You think no matter what you say no matter what job you do, whether you are self-employed or not, the time is yours. You can choose how you use it? And when you want to make sure that you can make smart decisions with your time.
You have to invest it wisely, planning your time is one of the ways to use your time wisely and yes it will require some supervision, like any investment. You'll want to keep an eye on is this the correct day of the week to keep doing this? Do I have to devote a daily topic to this topic at all? Was this the right monthly theme, sure it was back when I chose it But not so much now so I encourage you so much and you can do this in any app. Any app worth attacking like I do with labels and filters for it, create themed asana tags and bullet journal pages in Trello cards or labels.
There are so many ways for you to manipulate tools, whether analog or digital, that will allow you to incorporate your time into your life and I encourage you to try it out with just one, just start with a daily one Topic let it stick let it promote let it grow then add another Then maybe say you know what? I'll make a monthly theme you are already doing some of this in some shape or form, I'm just asking you to define it, to formalize it, make it part of the process, and you'll see that you could charge in 2019 and beyond I want to thank you for watching this article. I want to thank Francesco for letting me be part of Prod Con and thank you again for watching. See you next time, I'm Mike Vardy from Productivity and if you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me.
In fact, ask Mike about productivity. Escom is the easiest way to contact me until we meet again. Many Thanks.
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Does Microsoft to do have email notifications?
To-do syncs with outlook desktop and reminders will be in outlook - and if you use the windows 10 to-do app, you'll get a reminder in the lower right of the screen - if you have reminders enabled in Settings > notifications.
Hello everyone and welcome back to today's feature on the productive YouTube channel.
We're using Google Tasks vs. Microsoft now I know a lot of people are going to write them in comments, probably before I even say this, Google Tasks is definitely blowing out of the water, but let's put this side by side for you to give a bit of an overview of what the experiences offer and then we dive in. Which one is better for you? So folks, let's dive into today's article.
As you can imagine, we have Microsoft on the left and Google Tasks on the right. But let's take a look at availability first. Both applications are free.
Although you need a Microsoft account to get it done now, Microsoft has some features. Features you get it for free with a Microsoft account.But you can also get it through your Office 365, which costs five dollars for the personal account.
Ninety-nine a month, you also need a Google Account for your Google Tasks and right now. It is currently only available on the web as a plugin type of plugin. I'll explain the moment and also on iOS and AndroidMicrosoft is available on everything Even the web and also on Windows, but not yet available on Mac devices.
When we look at these few experiences, both of them can create very simple lists that it offers a lot more of a fine-tuned list capabilities, advanced sorting, and even the ability called My Tag, which allows you to have your own dedicated Today section? Due dates and also a start date as well as a scheduled section to view your upcoming tasks and also shareable lists with a priority with important, so if you look at Google Tasks, although it has subtasks and it got it done a lot faster than Microsoft, it doesn't have too much to do, you can lists create and one of the killer features are are that's not the Gmail add-on so you can pull Gmail emails into your Google Tasks account for example and this is something a lot of people love to do, and the great thing is when If you have the Gmail app, you can link back to the original email pretty quickly too. Now. I would also say Google Tasks is definitely minimal InDesign and you really aren't getting too many customizations here in terms of customization, let's take a look at Microsoft to do it, it has tons of theme colors and the ability to share lists of what doing everything much better now? Of course we knew Microsoft was ripping it out of the water in terms of features.
But when people are looking for a more than minimal experience I think Google Tasks is a great place and definitely for those looking for digital minimalism and an easy place to plan out of all the complex features I think Google Tasks definitely has a section like Marques Brown's using this as its to-do list application and that's the last time I checked, but definitely if you'd like customization and Todoist-like functionality, though it so it's not quite caught up yet, you definitely best go with the likes of Microsoft just to give you an idea of the potential for development. Google Keep was a slow burner at the beginning but they really pushed it forward and as you can imagine, Google Tasks might have the injection of future progress and as you can imagine it might be trying with like-minded people catching up to work pretty fast and of course they have resources to be very much like Microsoft to do it, they seem to be a really friendly team. X Vanilla staff and a chat on Twitter like there's no tomorrow.
It's amazing to see this team and as you can imagine they have user feedback so they can follow up on any issues and they have definitely been getting more active over the past six months. With future developments in mind, Google Tasks could of course have an injection of focus. But as you can imagine, monks now have to be pretty consistent if you want a simple, distraction-free experience.
Google Tasks is your option and if that's what you want GmailAbility can add email to Gmail. You'll love it.But if you want something that is super customizable, it has shared capabilities, has advanced sorting and also a day view which I think Microsoft is the best bet so as you can imagine guys, this one definitely has stuff found that one can do as a jumpsuit to make this application but as you can imagine in the days of simplicity you like google tasks so folks, if you want a full review of both, i recently did a review for monks 2019 iOS edition, so now check our description and also google tasks.
I made a feature on this, so if you want a complete look at the experience, it hasn't really changed since that last review, I'll be sure to see you guys in a future article so have a great day. Keep it up Tim and we'll see you SuperDuper. See cheers guys
What is better than Wunderlist?
- Any.do. One of the best alternatives to Wunderlist that you can use is Any.do.
- TickTick. TickTick is another app that works a lot like Wunderlist.
- Remember The Milk.
- Google Tasks.
- Microsoft To-Do.
Hi folks and welcome back to the Keep Productive YouTube channel.Now you've probably come here because you've heard the Wunderlist news, if you don't have a brief synopsis, Wunderlist will be on this date on the 6th, you may want to think about an alternative to applyingNow, as you yourself So let's start with a look at three categories, the first in exchange, in terms of having almost a bicarbonate copy of the list in your hands I'm going to talk about a second category called upgrade to take your application a little further, and then I'm going to talk about some alternatives you might want to make the switch? In the future and of course, you know you can think a little more about using it.
So let's get started, let's start the exchange now. Obviously you want to exchange this application from the vendor list to Microsoft. The great thing about it is that the service is still run by Microsoft and you can easily import your lists by May 6th and in a review tree, all fashionable.
They pretty much have all of the features including new features like mybay and suggestions so you won't miss out on all the nice things like wallpapers that seller lists used to have and I think some of the basic experiences would list sharing etc etc. Now there's another application that I think is pretty close to the vendor lists in some ways. It's called any doThey is an application that has been around for a while.
And in their premium service. I would say it really corresponds to the experience with the list of providers I would have a look at. What is very nice is that you can order everything in lists? And they also combine AI to help you organize your productivity and plan ahead, which are the two apps Microsoft do, and all should do, if you're looking for a fairly accurate replica of the vendor list experience, now if you're actually looking to upgrade, you might want to use this time to go I can do a few more functions and also a few more skills that might help me a little further.
Those are two duties and now the first two points are ticking I'd say it's a really great all-rounder and gives you a really smooth experience, you can convert any of your tasks into your new Todoist account when you want to log in, and that applies also for ticktick, for example like going to bed every evening at 11 p.m. It's going to be a repetitive task, but it really understands that natural language typing offers them all a wide variety of features, like the ability to create subtasks that you know came from a task view, including projects and future skills like boards You need experience a bit further now, the other application is ticktick.
The reason I want to post this here is that it again has a good importer for vendor list users. But what I also like about it is that it has a lot more gamification as you work on making your productivity tick off on tasks, but it also has really awesome themes that stretch across the seasons as well. For example, if you want a nice winter wonderland theme to show up on the back of your typical account, it works really well and the great thing is that you can use Kanban to organize your tasks and it adds a whole bunch of features that you don't would have on the vendor list, so that's something to consider embedding things like priorities, knowing natural language input like you haven't done before, and also advanced project settings like smart lists to help you create those lists.
They're a bit more interactive than Microsoft - Duze or Vendor lists, for example, okay So the last ones I want to recommend are more alternatives to these two apps, although they are similar in terms of productivity as they have lists for your to-do lists. Creating lists can go a little further, but I would like to introduce them. The first is now the third thing when you are on a bit more budget.
Say you're using a Mac or Apple device. This could be a really nice application for you. It's a to-do list application that costs $ 49.99 on the Mac and $ 9.99 on iOS and if you're using the iPad version that's $ 19.99 that's a one-time cost, and if you don't get anything for the vendor list, of course This might come as a bit of a shock to you, but it's definitely worth considering why I usually recommend it because it's a very neat application and if you're looking for a long-term basis, I just like the fact that you are planning and using Linking your calendar allows you to create appointments for scheduling forward, create projects and areas, and also split tasks like special for tonight or tonight, which is nice.
The application is really well designed. It was made by a company called. designed cultured code and it's really well put together so that you can check if any are assuming agement, I think this application introduces things like tabular databases that you might have heard of and they actually allow you to organize and perform tasks plan by creating checklists, and there are some great templates to help you get started with the transition.You know a task management design an idea, but it might also help you coordinate some of your work.
I know the only reason I recommend this is because I know a lot of other users on the vendors list like a pretty relaxed light setup and I think you can do that pretty well inside the matter whether this is through a so called table database or via a weekly agenda which is just a very simple check box to get you started. So there are all of my recommendations, guys. Let's just go through this for exchanging applications.
You might want Microsoft to do this if you want to upgrade. Check out Todoist or Tick Tick and if you're looking for a slightly different alternative that can push the boundaries of your productivity. These are all my recommendations and of course you can read all the details for these applications below, but if you have a specific question you would like some advice on e.g.
you know what to do with this application, should I decide on some situations you are using Just your application? To the e-mail francesco at t - productive rest and I'll try to recommend a few for you I'm always interested in helping you with an application in the long term with Vandellas five three four years or five years six years seven Years, And I'm really eager to help you with a new application that will hold up for quite a while It has been a pleasure seeing these alternatives if you are new to staying productive. Make sure to subscribe and I will be speaking to you very soon. And if you've actually moved already, it would be great to hear some of your thoughts below, so feel free to come up with some of your suggestions.
Anyway, guys, a big thank you and I'll be talking to you very, very soon. Cheers. Everyone.
How do I send an email to wunderlist?
First, you must enable the email forwarding option in Wunderlist. Head to your Account Settings, then click on "Add or manage your email addresses". In your email settings go to the "Mail to Wunderlist" tab. Check the box next to "Enable Mail to Wunderlist for your account".
In today's article, I wanted to talk about the Wonder List, which is one of my favorite apps that I use every day, and it's a checklist-to-do app. So if you're trying to keep track of things both personally and professionally, Wunderlist is the one app I recommend the most and I've been using it for maybe two years now and using it every day. I have tasks for the day, I have tasks for the month, and I have a full year plan, almost like a roadmap that I have in another folder.
So I want to show you how to get Wunderlist, how to set it up, and how to organize the app so that it gets the best performance out of the app every day, and you can sync it between your devices so you can have it on your phone be on the go and then jump into the computer and vice versa and have everything synchronized on all platforms that use all the different devices that are using. So let's jump into the computer. I will now show you the download process and the setup process.
Now, if it's your first time here, I do technical tutorials and app tutorials, just like this one five times a week. Please consider subscribing. To get Wunderlist check out wunderlist.com and it's available for all of these platforms.
So if you are using a Mac in this case, it will work on a Mac iPhone. It's actually automatically connected between my Mac and iPhone between the devices as soon as I log in, so everything I do on the Mac happens on the iPhone, including the iPad, but when you do on the Android or window phone is the same scenario and download it when I hit download here. I need it to show it on the App Store and since I'm already using this app I already downloaded it so let me go ahead and hit open but if not let me just go ahead and go through the usual download process .
Let me go ahead and minimize these, once you download and open Wunderlist, this is what the app looks like on a desktop. So you need to go ahead and either create a free account or log in. Since I've been using this for a long time, I'll log into my account and once you're logged into the app it will look something like this, obviously that part of the app is blank for you but I've been using it for the last couple of years so I've built a lot up here by the side, but I'm going to show you how to create tasks, how to organize them, how to create folders, and essentially the way I've used it and I just want to show you how I can get the most out of this app soon.
If you're using this app, here are your credentials and you can just click Sync. When you've downloaded these and other devices, they'll sync. Now you don't have to do this all the time.
It actually does it in the background and it works very quickly. When I add a new task here, I usually see it a second later on my other devices. There was no need to sync with this app now as it is done automatically and you can sign up as a Pro member which just gives you a few other options, unlimited file storage, some unlimited subtasks, and things like that that you don't have in the free Execution.
That's about five dollars a month. I won't do that now. You can change your background here.
So if you want a different background, you can easily change that here, but let's say we stick with that background. I'll show you the most important part that creates a task. So add a to-do list right here.
So your to-do list could go to the gym, that could be a to-do list, and you could just hit ENTER and once you hit that task was added to the check box that you ticked here, so this is my inbox. Here I made that and I'll show you a few other settings so that when I click on it it gives me all the options on the page so I could set a due date so let's say this is due today and I could do it any day to repeat. So if I wanted to go to the gym every day, I could remind myself every day, hit Done and you could set that reminder to a specific time at 6:00 PM.
You'll create a subtask under this task so you can do subtasks like cardio for the gym. That could be a sub-task under this big task, so now when I click on it I can see what to do under this main thing. So this is a great way to organize it more like a roadmap.
So let's say you didn't want a task of what you created, go ahead and select it and you can easily delete that by just hitting the trash can here. I click on it again. You can also add notes to the task, add comments to the task, and add them to your favorites.
So when you click on the star, it becomes a priority. You are right at the top of the to-do list and if you click on it here it will go away. So I'm just going to go ahead and remove that daily reminder here and when you are done with the task all you have to do is hit the check mark and it will appear under the complete task and it will look like this anytime you accidentally press that you can go ahead and press it again, and you'll skip a different folder here, so that wasn't my inbox here, I go to Daily Tasks and when I click on any of these tasks here, for example this one creates one five times a week Tech article, could I share this with someone else so I can add people other than my members to my to-do list.
This is my personal account so I don't do this, but this is a great way to collaborate with other tasks you have due so you can create and create folders for work. How to create and share a task and create tasks for yourself. Now let me show you how to organize this by folder.
On the other hand, all of these are basically ways that I organize my tasks so that I can have daily chores. I could have tasks for a quarter, so I had a lot of tasks for Q12018, and you could do monthly tasks, weekly tasks. However.
You want to organize it. This is a great way to organize a time for 2017 for example, I did a lot of daily tasks so I put in the date, woke up, organized the things I had to do that day and organized it this way and for example That day, it looks like I did 30 things that I completed that day and I organized them as soon as 2017 was in this folder for this channel for the youtube channel, I have a lot of articles that I will be recording so I made a to-do list so let me show you how to make this folder. Hit the plus sign below and go ahead and list a name so you want to create a new list.
Let's name these articles. I will go ahead and press OK. I don't need to list members, but you can do this right in advance to create the list and once that list is created you can right click or command here and create a folder so I'll create a folder and name this folder so now I have something to do in this folder so I can go ahead and expand it like Finiti if I had all of my duties, what I'm doing here.
I could go on and see all the different things, so all the different YouTube channels I have here are their own lists, all in this main folder, and you could always grab things that I put in different folders, just like that and really bring them out fix this and you can always right click on it and rename it and ungroup a folder so it just comes out of the folder and if I want to delete that task I could right again Mouse click or come and click and just delete it, and it will just go away, so I organize my tasks in folders and sometimes I put them in the inbox where I have to delete them immediately and create the daily to-do list I created to make it many different ways to organize this and get the most of it. Let me show you one last thing when you get to the Wunderlist Settings or on a PC which I believe is under File Settings. Go ahead and look under Notification on my desktop, or you might get an email notification, which is the email you signed up for this account with.
So if you're using Gmail or Facebook, that's the email I attached I'll be on my desktop for quite a long time. I actually turned off email so I don't have to check email from the wonder list But this is a great option for keeping track of what you need to do and when you need it I hope this has been helpful to you, if you use a checklist like this, use this app, if you like this article, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to this channel. I post tutorials just like this one five times a week on this channel so I hope to see you in the next article
Where can I get Wunderlist To do list app?
We will help you leverage Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks App. You can install Wunderlist: To-Do List & Tasks App on your mobile from either Play Store or App Store respectively for Android or iOS. You can start using the app by launching it and making use of all the tools. You must sign up for a personal account and you are ready after signing in.
How do I add a task to my Wunderlist?
Simply email “firstname.lastname@example.org” and your task is added to your Wunderlist. (Subject is the list you want to add to, and put todos in the body of the message.) This is handy when you are working your email and need to add a todo based on a message you received.
How can I set a reminder for a task?
STEP 1: You have a facility to set reminders for your tasks. STEP 2: To schedule a task, click on a task (not on the checkbox). STEP 3: Tap on Set Date & Reminder to schedule the termination of this task. You can even set ‘Remind me’ at intervals like Morning, Noon etc. STEP 4: Click on Save to save your reminder.
How can I add todos To my Wunderlist?
The best part is that Wunderlist keeps everything magically in sync across all devices. Email to List – Here is a lesser known feature: you can email todos to your Wunderlist. Simply email “email@example.com” and your task is added to your Wunderlist. (Subject is the list you want to add to, and put todos in the body of the message.)