The Definitive List of The Best To-Do Lists

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When Workbar members need advice they can ask their own community- a network of connected, smart professionals who love helping each other out. Here is the most recent query: "Does anyone have a very simple to-do list app that they like to use?  I'm looking for something nice and clean, not too muddled with extra features, and preferably available as a google chrome extension."

Here's what Workbar members use:

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And here's what they had to say about them:

- "That would be Momentum."alt="best to do list" - "Wunderlist!" -" Wunderlist. It's great! You can make recurring tasks, add files, include subtasks, and create folders."

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- "Small lists:  Google Keep  It has a  Chrome Extension as well."

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- "Larger projects / shared work: Trello"
- "I use Trello to manage tasks using Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity system and find it very effective, especially when I follow it :)  Take a look at this article describing the system."
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- "Tasks is a super simple Chrome extension leveraging Google Tasks. For mobile use, gTasks also utilizes Google Tasks with very useful and easy to use features."
- "I <3 'Tasks (Free version)'.  Simple, interfaces with Google Tasks, and it just works."
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- "Outlook? Works well for our business needs."
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- "I'll add one more to the list: Any.Do is simple, and comes in web-based and app versions with a clean interface that includes reminders, sub-tasks, and a simple prioritization system."
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- "I've tried a few, including Todoist, but always fall back to Evernote."
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- "I'm a big fan of Clear if you're on iOS/OS X."
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- "I use Todoist."
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[UPDATE]
- A little late, but TeuxDeux is my beloved to-do list app. It balances high efficiency with effectiveness for daily/weekly tasks and has persistent organization at the bottom for long-term tasks. Great for design-y people who value simplicity and use their to-do as a daily tool (rather than for set-it-and-forget-it reminders).
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Member InsightsDave Gentry