From listless to lists: apps to help you take control

ChecklistLove lists?  Use them to manage your projects.  Add list items, reorder and reprioritise tasks, colour-code, tag, debate, add checklists and move them to other lists.  Group them on boards and link boards together, with entire boards full of sub-project lists.   The possibilities are endless.  If you hate mind mapping but seek an online way to order and update your life, these list management apps might be some of your new best friends:

Trello organises projects using digital post-its you can order, cluster, hold conversations about and stick images on.

Workflowy offers flexible, taggable, collapsible lists to help record, organise and prioritise your thoughts, notes and tasks.

Google Keep offers a simpler way of achieving many of the same things as Trello, including grouping of notes by tags, but unlike Trello, it does not support working with others and discussing or commenting on posts.

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