Top 7 Online To-Do List Managers

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Creating To-Do lists is always a sign that you are getting more and more organized and you always know what tasks you have to perform, however there are several ways in which you can create To-Do lists, few of them including some excellent desktop sticky notes applications and Gmail Tasks which you can also manage on the desktop.


But if you are looking for a To-Do list manager, that you can practically access on any computer, you are better off using a online To-Do list manager, here are some of best online To-Do list managers you can put to good use.

Remember The Milk Remember The Milk or RTM has ruled the roost for a long time as the best online To-Do list manager, you can also use a desktop client for managing TODO lists from your desktop and Mac. RTM can be integrated with Gmail, can be accessed on a iPhone and iPod, synced with your blackberry, synced with windows mobile, accessed offline using Google Gears, create tasks using , accessed on Google Calendar, accessed on your iGoogle page and more.

Todoist – Todoist is a task manager that’s useful, fast and easy to use. Todoist provides users with a simple interface, built-in calendar, ability to create sub-projects and sub-items and integration with , sidebar, mobile access, reminders and more.

Ta-Da List – Ta-da List is the web’s easiest to-do list tool. Make lists for yourself or share them with others. It couldn’t be simpler. Ta-da List also allows you to share your To-Do lists with anyone.

Voo2Do Voo2Do is a online To-Do lists manager with a difference, it allows you to track priority, due date and time estimates for each tasks, you can also organize your tasks by projects, track time spent and time remaining and more.

Forcedo – ForceDo is a simple online TODO task list for you. You can set how long you want to spend on a task or just see how long you did something. The pressure of the time will get you move to finish the task.

Checkvist Checkvist is a online collaborative outliner and task list manager, it allows you to create tasks faster using keyboard shortcuts, share your lists with others, copy and move tasks between checklists and more.

Toodledo Toodledo allows you to create to-do lists quickly and easily, you can create folders, subtasks, due-dates, priorities etc to create your tasks. You can access access Toodledo on your mobile phone, calendar, RSS reader, via IM and through a regular web browser.

These lists may not be the only ones that exists out there, do you use any other online to-do list managers? Do let us know through your comments.

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  • There are a quite a few of these apps out there, including listaculous, doitdoitdone, etc but I like Doris.

  • Dan

    If you’d like a tool for managing your time and projects, you can use this application inspired by David Allen’s GTD:

    You can use it to manage and prioritize your goals, projects and tasks, set next actions and contexts, use checklists, schedules and a calendar.
    A mobile version is available too.

  • I’ve never tried using these programs. I usually just write stuff in a .txt file or pen & paper. I’ll give RTM a try.

  • Very good thanks for the info.

  • Great article. I use to-do lists all the time. I have never tried any of the software you have suggested. I usually just use Word or notepad. However, I may give those a try.

  • Great post, thanks alot for this. I was looking for tools similars to this.

  • great article keep up the hard work!

  • Very good apps.

  • PS3

    There are plenty of this kind of programs but I have not seen anything that would meet my requirements. I will surely try the ones from your list as they sound really promising.

    Thanks for this great post.

    Cheers :)

  • Very good post, thanks for the information.

  • good article , thanks

  • Good post, thanks for the info.

  • Clookie
  • Alex

    Theres another cool tool Techie-Buzz has looked into:

    I have used Colorhat now for some weeks, and I like it. It was exactly what I'm looking for! I'm surprised by the flexibility.

  • j is one of my favorite todo list managers. its GUI is pretty simple and clean making me access to it in quick. Thanks!

  • Crasp

    I am absolutely addicted to this one – It has very nice interface, it’s easy to use and it’s sharable. Good enough for me.

  • John

    Hey guys,


    There are 3 good things about this tool

    1] You can check out the features using Live Demo option (No need to sign-up)
    2] It’s 100% free
    3] you can request a feature and that will be added to the site. So you can feel that this is your own application

  • If you just want something dead simple and quick to use then
    is a good option. You can merge lists, create templates, pop out a side window so your lists are always visible and you don’t even need to create an account.

  • chams

    try this . I think this is the best . It is a very simple to do list managing tool .

  • Kassy D.

    Use (, it helps you create multiple dashboards with lists of tasks in it.

  • Steve

    Looking for something elegant and simple, try

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