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Let’s get to those notes…
- Master Todoist Companion Website – contains a series of walkthrough videos, all the screenshots included in this book and a quick reference guide for every link that I’ve mentioned.
- Todoist app – the perfect tool for managing all your day-to-day tasks
- Todoist was launched in January 2007 by Amir Salihefendic under the umbrella of the Doist company, which also offers a team communication tool called Twist.
- Todoist is available in the following platforms and devices:
- Getting Things Done – famous productivity book by David Allen
- Other apps to help you manage tasks:
- Evernote – another great task management app
- The premium version of Todoist is surprisingly inexpensive.
- Coach.me – an excellent app that can help you build habits
- Habit Stacking – one of S.J.’s habit books
- Mini habits – a term coined by my friend Stephen Guise in the book of the same name.
- Todoist syncs with tools like Google Calendar.
- The Anti-Procrastination Habit – another one of S.J.’s habit books
- The Checklist Manifesto – book by Atul Gawande, which talks about how simple checklists have been proven to save lives in the airline and medical industries.
- If you get stuck with any of the Todoist commands, check out the support article on the Todoist site: https://support.todoist.com/hc/en-us/articles/205248842-Filters
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People – book by Stephen Covey
- Google Drive, Dropbox, or Pocket – cloud storage apps
- Mike Vardy has a great post where he talks about setting your day around energy levels.
- Google Calendar – an online calendar system you can use to schedule your time
- Top appointment scheduling tools: Microsoft Outlook, Calendly, Acuity, and Schedule Once
- IFTTT recipe that automatically turns your Google Calendar events into Todoist tasks.
- Chrome, Firefox, or Safari – Todoist browser plugins
- Outlook and Gmail – Todoist email plugins
- Link your Google Drive and/or Dropbox accounts with Todoist.
- Your tasks can even be accessed on your Apple Watch—all you need to do is update the latest Todoist iOS for this wearable device.
- Use Todoist with Android Wear.
- Whenever you add a task in Todoist, the IFTTT recipe will automatically create a card in Trello. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Whenever someone creates a card in Trello and tags you, a task will be created automatically in Todoist. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Create a new task whenever you star an email, which is a tool that Gmail uses to identify messages as being important. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- This recipe will generate a summary of tasks you’ve completed into a Gmail message that can be delivered to anyone that you designate. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- One of the best places to keep information is the Google Sheets program.
- With this recipe, whenever you complete a task in Todoist, it’s automatically put into a spreadsheet that you designate. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Turn any event that goes on your calendar into tasks. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Create a calendar event for every task that you create. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Get a reminder to bring an umbrella if tomorrow’s forecast says rain. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- When you miss a phone call, a Todoist task will be created immediately to remind you to call this person back. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- With this recipe, you can use the Siri function of the iOS platform to automatically create tasks into reminders. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Create a task in Todoist to go through a specific piece of content whenever it’s saved to Pocket. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- If you’re someone who uses Evernote frequently, you can create an @evernote label, and then whenever you add that label to a task in Todoist, it will be archived in Evernote. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- This strategy will automatically create a Todoist task whenever someone sends you an SMS message with the words “remember to.” Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Slack is a team workflow application. It makes it easy to delegate, track, and communicate with team members of a specific project.
- Anyone who is attached as a collaborator in Todoist will get an automatic notification whenever you create a new task. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- If other team members on Slack are waiting on you to complete a task so they can start on an action, this strategy will send them an automatic notification. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- Microsoft OneNote is a free-form program that lets you gather notes (handwritten or typed), drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries all in one place.
- With this strategy, you can turn all your completed Todoist tasks into a single file that you review whenever you want. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
- A task will be created automatically whenever you receive one of these priority messages. Here is the link to the IFTTT recipe.
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