You need this.
I know you do.
Of course, you can work without it, but life gets so much easier with.
What am I talking about?
I had a checklist for product launches, but I found that it wasn’t nearly detailed enough.
So I stopped using it and had it all in my head.
Talk about chaos!
Instead of using all my RAM on keeping every single task in my memory, I decided to go hunting for checklist tools, and I found three that looked good.
The first one I checked is Forgett.
You get three free checklists there and unlimited when you pay $9 per month.
I liked that you could use markdown there (geeks will know), but otherwise, I don’t know. That’s a service I decided to try later, if other options didn’t work out.
TickTick looks awesome!
I love the user interface and that you can share the lists on your phones also.
But it’s more like to do lists and calendar tasks than checklists, as far as I could tell.
I might try this one, though. There’s a free one, limited, and a paid option, also limited, for only $1.99 per month.
Checkli is completely free.
It doesn’t look as awesome as TickTick, but its main purpose is checklists.
That’s what I need, and I’ll start with this one to see if it’s enough.
Do you have a favorite checklist tool?
I would love to hear your opinion. Please tell me about it.