Six task planners for smartphones and desktop PCs in the test

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A popular saying from an unknown pen is: “Some works have to be postponed dozens of times before they are finally forgotten”. As ironic as it sounds, there is some truth to it. It is also a truism that writing down is the best remedy for forgetting.

But what is self-evident for many when shopping in the supermarket is rather difficult for them to cope with the daily flood of tasks: To write everything that is due in one or more lists and to work through them systematically.

Regardless of whether you use one of the countless methods taught in books and seminars or your own system – you also need a suitable tool. In the simplest case, these are a piece of paper and a pen; It’s much better and more methodical with digital task planners.

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