Task Management: iProcrastinate.
If you’re anything like me — perish the thought! — you probably find yourself procrastinating more often than writing. Well, there are a multitude of apps out there designed to help you focus on productivity.
I’ve tried more than a few of them – Wunderlist, Weave, Omnifocus, Producteev, Apple’s built-in Reminders app. But the one I keep finding myself returning to again and again is iProcrastinate.
Let me tell you (and show you) why.
First, iProcrastinate is scalable. It can be as simple or as complex as you, the user, need it to be. This is possible because the app can be populated with project categories, which can in turn be populated with projects, which can further be supported by action steps. Observe:
As each action step is checked off of the list as “completed”, iProcrastinate keeps track, so that when the last action step is marked as completed, the project is marked complete.
That’s iProcrastinate. Easier to use than Omnifocus. More robust than Weave. Syncs between your Mac and iOS devices.
For those of you who use Windows, an equally good app with most of the same features is Wunderlist.
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