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There are a lot of elaborate task management 5 Tips for Using OneNote as Your To-Do List 5 Tips for Using OneNote as Your To-Do List Is making a to-do list on your to-do list? Set it up in OneNote to make getting things done as straightforward as possible. Read More and list-making apps To-Do List App Showdown: vs Todoist vs Wunderlist To-Do List App Showdown: vs Todoist vs Wunderlist Some to-do list apps stand head and shoulders above the rest. But how do they compare and which one is best for you? We'll help you find out. Read More that can help keep you and your team on track 7 Tips to Better Manage Your To Do List 7 Tips to Better Manage Your To Do List Does your to-do list cause you nightmares? Maybe you're trying to get done too much at once. It takes a sensibly compiled task list for an efficient workflow. We can help. Read More . But if you’re looking for a no-fuss, no-frills way to create a shareable to-do list, Taskade can serve that purpose.

Taskade keeps things extremely simple. In fact, you don’t even need to sign up for an account to use all its features.

Creating Lists

When you first load the page, you’ll see where you can enter list items and a title for your note or task list. You can create sub-items on your list using the tab button.

You can also  format your text using a series of keyboard shortcuts:

  • Bold: Ctrl/Command+B
  • Underline: Ctrl/Command+U
  • Italics: Ctrl/Command+I
  • Highlight: Ctrl/Command+E

You can also use the free Chrome extension to ensure that Taskade opens up everytime you open a new tab.


Sharing Lists

While you can use Taskade by yourself, sharing lists couldn’t be easier. After you’ve entered text on your list, two links will be generated for you to share. You can share a link for others to view the list, or you can share a link for others to edit.

While Taskade doesn’t include any features that make it easy to assign tasks to others, you can get creative with your lists, using formatting and including the name of the individual responsible for the task.

If you choose not to sign up for an account, be sure to hang on to the link that allows you to edit the list so that you can make changes to it at a later date.

Signing up for an account allows you to save and come back to multiple lists at any time.

What’s your favorite app for creating task lists and sharing them with others? Let us know in the comments. 

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  1. Luke
    February 17, 2017 at 6:56 pm

    I love WorkFlowy.

  2. Jonathan
    February 17, 2017 at 4:20 pm

    I love WeDo for shared lists

  3. Freddyp
    February 16, 2017 at 8:32 am

    I like the Chrome Extension, loads fast and pretty simple for making new task lists.