20 Interesting, FREE TO-DO, Stickies, Getting Things Done, Web 2.0 websites

Do you have too many things to do? Do you find it hard to track your day to day activities? Then you may want to try these cool, funny little web apps to boost your memory and productivity!

  1. Doris – Sort out your life with Doris. Doris is a free productivity tool that helps you get things done. You can prioritize your tasks, drag them and group them, organize your tasks and lot more.
  2. HipCal – Online calendar and To-do List. With HipCal you never forget where you need to be or what you have to do. Be reminded of important events via alerts sent directly to your cell phone or email. Join a group for your classes at school or create a group for a club, project team, or group of friends. Link up with friends and colleagues so you always have each other’s contact information. Plaxo has recently acquired HipCal!To Do list
  3. Do it, Do it, Done! – A simple tool for creating and managing your to-do list – all with a bit of fun and flair. A collaborative tool which lets you create to-do lists online, access them from anywhere, share them with your friend with a simple click a lot more
  4. Stickified – Stickified is a service that will allow you to create images of sticky notes, that you can write on, and then update the writing. This is useful for emails, blog posts and forum posts, because it allows you to create a space that is updatable. This means that if you forget to include something in an email, or need to update the first post in a forum then you can simply login to your control panel and update the message on the sticky note
  5. Remember the Milk – Online To-do List and Task Management. With Remember The Milk, you no longer have to write your to-do lists on sticky notes, whiteboards, random scraps of paper, or the back of your hand. Remember The Milk makes managing tasks an enjoyable experience.
  6. Lino – Online Stickies. Manage your tasks (to-do), share your idea with your friends, collect photos from everyone who attended a party, and whatever you want to do with web stickies!
  7. Doomi – A To-Do List Application. Doomi was designed from the ground up to stay out of your way and out of your browser. It has all the features you use, and none of the ones you don’t. Create, edit, set reminders, and keep archives of your old tasks.
  8. TaskBin – Group Task Manager. In TaskBin you are always part of a group. These groups define the context of the tasks. Once you are a part of a group, the other group members can add tasks to your list or edit it. So in a sense, all your tasks are “shared”. TaskBin is not like a calendar or a scheduler, and there is no need to enter specific dates. Tasks can have the following priorities: Now, Today, Tomorrow, Sometime This Week and Sometime Soon. All your tasks have email notifications, which can be turned off.
  9. ReQall – Too Much to Remember? reQall is the a memory tool to integrate your memory with your life, putting more of the things you need to know and remember into one place. Wherever life takes you, reQall is there.
  10. Toodled – A To-Do List to Organize your Tasks. Having a single place where all your to-dos are permanently stored and easily accessible will allow you to relax, knowing that you won’t forget anything. Toodledo’s hotlist, email reminders and sortable to-do list will help you remember to complete tasks on-time.
  11. HiTask – Free Online Task Management. HiTask is a simple task management application that is designed to satisfy both sophisticated followers of David Allan’s ‘Getting Things Done” methodology and anyone who just needs a quick and easy tool to manage their everyday tasks. HiTask gives you maximum comfort with minimum features to make your working day run smoothly and easily.
  12. Nutshell – Search the Web – Take Notes – Manage To-Do’s. Nutshell helps you search the web, take notes, and manage your to-do list quick and easy. Search Google, YouTube, Wikipedia and all your other favorite websites with one super-powered search box. Quickly write down phone numbers, groceries, that song on the radio and other stuff you need to remember. Remind yourself of what you should be doing and get things done with the best task manager in town.
  13. Gubb – Create, Manage and Dhare an Unlimited Number of Lists. Gubb is for any and all the lists you can think of: from every day shopping and to-do lists to wishlists, brainstorming notes, personal goals, group projects and more. Just about as easy as jotting something down on paper, only better. You’ll always know where your lists are; you can edit and organize them any time; and you can share with friends and co-workers in seconds.
  14. Nozbe – Simply Get Things Done. Nozbe will help you get things done. Thanks to Nozbe you will have access to all your to-dos, projects and next actions on any computer connected to the Internet.
  15. Imified – Instant Productivity. Imified is an instant messenger buddy that works across all major IM networks and offers access to a growing number of web applications, as well as productivity tools like notes, reminders, and todo’s. Imified helps you get things done faster.
  16. Zirr.us – Dump your Brain here. Zirr.us – An alternative To Do list for the Web. Zirrus combines cutting-edge Web interactivity, the power of tag clouds, and the simplicity of a whiteboard.
  17. Wishlistr – Let the World know what your Desire. Wishlistr’s simple and easy to use interface lets you edit, delete and sort your list items without ever reloading the page. Let friends and family subscribe to your wishlist via RSS. As soon as you make any changes to your list they will know about it.
  18. Vitalist – When it is Vital to get Things Done. Vitalist is perfect for anyone who is need of getting things done in their everyday life. Vitalist is an excellent choice for managers, accountants, IT professionals, salesmen, contractors, consultants, attorneys, you name it. Basically, if you need to get things done, Vitalist can work for you.
  19. LifeTango – Live Richer, Fuller Life and have Fund doing it. Studies have shown that people who write down the list of things they want to do are more likely to accomplish them. That’s the first benefit of LifeTango, they give you a place to make your Life List, the list of things you want to do in your life.
  20. Monkey on your back – Your To-Do List for things you want other People To-Do. Create a monkey for each task you want to delegate to someone else. The person will get an email reminders about the task, and you’ll get an email reminder when the deadline for the task has expired.
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    Hey Open Tube – thanks for featuring our site, Doris – hope you like the app. Stay tuned as we’re just about to release the iPhone companion app, and some social/sharing features.

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    Admin

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