Should I Use Just One Productivity App to Organise My Life?
Turns out there are some good reasons to diversify, after all
It turns out there are reasons you may not want to keep all your productivity eggs in one basket, but first, let’s look at how Stefan uses Todoist for a lot more than tracking projects and tasks.
He’s also using it as a general life manager, including the following areas in its scope:
Routines, for repeating tasks
Finances and tax
Income, and budgeting plans and records
Writing ideas and tasks
Holiday dreams and plans
Something I found interesting is Stefan’s use of asterisks to identify deliberately uncompleted tasks. He’s using Todoist to remind him when things are due, rather than making them a standard repeating task.
I admire the way he has simplified his system, using one app for everything because he has no need for multiple tools.
Divide and Conquer
I’m all for using an app beyond its intended use…
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