With Range, you can create a to-do list that incorporates action items and tasks from other tools.
Let's say the customer support team uses Asana, but the developers use JIRA. You're getting pulled in both directions.
✅ With Range, you can let your team know you're working on both.
Making updates to a Google doc? Bring that in, too. Range helps you plan your day across apps
It provides you a space to add your tasks and action items, integrates with multiple tools and calendars, and helps you bring attention to important items your work colleagues need to know about.
With Range, you’ll free up time with a balance of asynchronous check-ins and real-time collaboration. You'll also connect as people, not just employees, building habits that keep teams effective and engaged.
Need a planner that works with the tools you already have? Then use Range.
Range integrates with 75+ tools -- including project management software like Asana or ClickUp, Google Docs, Google Calendar, Microsoft Teams, Dropbox, Github, and more.
How to use Range for your to-do list:
Start your day by adding important to-do's. Directly add them to your daily plan or add tasks from your preferred project management tool, including Asana, ClickUp, Notion, or JIRA.
Create a priority: Set a task to your day's priority, and then tag weekly priorities or your #Top3.
Have an important meeting? Add that calendar event to your plan and provide the key details to the rest of your team.
Create a backlog of tasks and then add them to your daily plan when you're ready.
Want a to-do list that's also a doc? SkedPal has a nested outline format that creates a hierarchy for your tasks and projects.
The secret sauce to SkedPal is that their AI-assistant will time block your tasks for you, creating an estimate for how long each task may take. You enter a due date and SkedPal takes it from there.
Best to-do list features:
AI-assisted time blocking and scheduling
Understand what you want to get done versus what you already have scheduled
Set recurring tasks and goals
How to use Trello for your to-do list:
Trello uses a card system inspired by Kanban boards to manage your day.
You can create a daily list (for repetitive tasks) and then add another column for each day of the week, or split your column into individual days. This template helps you get started.
If you don't want to use each day of the week, you could choose a simpler process (to-do, in progress, or done) and create separate projects for different areas of your life (grocery shopping, yard work, travel list) along with work projects.
Add your daily tasks for step-by-step processes, including the kanban basics like To-Do, In Progress, or Done.
Create as many columns as you need for your workflow
Cards and projects are easily organized with tags, and you can also attach files and set deadlines.
Best to-do list features:
Create cards for your daily to-do's
Make a checklist for specific steps in the process
The column structure helps users see where tasks are within the workflow
Centered is a different type of to-do list, designed to help you work in the context of a community. What do we mean by that? Instead of looking to your co-workers, family or friends for encouragement, Centered sets you up with an AI-coach community to hold you accountable.
Best To-Do List Features
Choose an AI coach and community
Get tips from world's leading productivity experts
The unique productivity score will help you rate your week
Background focus music to help you concentrate
Block notifications from your most distracting apps