Go dig­i­tal with your to-do list with this or­ga­ni­za­tional app

The Washington Post Sunday - - TECHNOLOGY & INNOVATION - — Hay­ley Tsukayama

A beefed-up to-do list app, TickTick lets you cre­ate lists with things to do but also lets you as­sign them to days in your cal­en­dar, snooze them for a later date when things get crazy, and as­sign tasks their ap­pro­pri­ate im­por­tance. You can also set re­minders for those tasks, so you can ac­tu­ally cross them off your list at some point.

TickTick could be a bit com­pli­cated for those who aren’t used to uni­fy­ing their to-do lists and cal­en­dars. Tak­ing a spin through the tu­to­rial is a good idea to make the most out of the app.

The free ver­sion gives you the op­tion to make up to nine lists with 99 tasks each. There is also a pro ver­sion ($27.99 a year or $2.79 a month) that lets you in­te­grate with other com­pa­nies’ cal­en­dars and puts un­lim­ited tasks and lists at your dis­posal, among other fea­tures. If you’re re­ally look­ing to get every­thing in or­der, it would be a wor­thy up­grade.

Free, for An­droid and iOS.

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