Organize your Tasks with Online To Do Lists

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Aim of this post is to introduce average user to a web based, no software installation required To-DO lists. There are many to-do lists services available on the web, here I decided to quickly go over only three of them, which are moderately popular, easy to use and 100% free.

1. Bla Bla List

  • user-friendly and easy-to-navigate interface
  • create and edit lists
  • share your lists with others(co-workers, friends) and auto-notify them of updates made to your lists
  • collaborate on your lists with others
  • email yourself a copy of your list
  • demos: Private Sharing, Public sharing

2. Remember The Milk more complex then bla bla list but can be used for more sophisticated projects with several people involved

  • create and edit lists
  • set reminders and schedule lists
  • share lists
  • print lists
  • search through lists
  • multilingual

3. Ta-da List

  • create and edit lists
  • share lists
  • assign lists to others
  • share lists publicly (“My favorite movies of 2004″)
  • subscribe to your lists via RSS
  • demo.

As, I have mentioned already, web has many free to use to do lists and still more to come. If you’re looking for one right now, I would recommend to start with one of the above.

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Alina Valieva

Very useful: simple and convinient

Yana Aizenberg

My things are all over the place all the time and very often I forget to do something important(meeting, task etc). Ta-da list is what I need to get myself organized.