Create And Manage Checklists With ListDid For Chrome

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To-do lists come in all sizes, some are relatively small and focus more on simplicity while others are feature rich and look to coordinate tasks with daily routines or between different people. Regardless of whether you use a feature rich service to remember your chores or if you use something simple like a note taking app, the lists you create are useless if you can’t access them from both your desktop and your phone. ListDid.me is a free, lightweight web app for individual usage. Lists are grouped in tabs and you can add more list tabs by clicking the (+) button. You can create new lists and add as many items to each list as you want. Items can be dragged from one list to another and assistive keyboard shortcuts make the app much easier to navigate. The app has an accompanying mobile version that can be viewed in just about any mobile web browser, (smartphone not necessary) and allows you to view the items you’ve added.

ListDid.me comes with four pre-added lists one of which are tips to help you get started and the others are ones you may or may not use. Lists are separated in to tabs and each item in a list occupies its own row in a particular tab. A plus sign next to the existing tab lists (much like the new tab button in Chrome) lets you create a new list and name it anything you want. A text input field just below the tab lets you add new items to your list. Click the tabs to set a name for your list and start adding items. Items can deleted by clicking the tiny cross button.

ListDid.me comes with four pre-added lists one of which are tips to help you get started and the others are ones you may or may not use. Lists are separated in to tabs and each item in a list occupies its own row in a particular tab. A plus sign next to the existing tab lists (much like the new tab button in Chrome) lets you create a new list and name it anything you want. A text input field just below the tab lets you add new items to your list. Click the tabs to set a name for your list and start adding items. Items can deleted by clicking the tiny cross button.

To the right of the tabs you will find the Menu and Keyboard Shortcuts. You can logout, change your password and access the mobile version from the main menu. Items in a list can be dragged & dropped one over the other to re-order them or they can be dragged & dropped on to another tab to move them from one list to the other. While the app is geared towards simplicity, it wouldn’t hurt to have a way of keeping recurring tasks around once they’ve been completed. Alternatively, copying/duplicating tasks is a feature that would make it easier to enter a task you have to do repeatedly.

This is a handy web application that only requires a simple sign-up after which you can create and save lists while working online. Try out ListDid from the link given below and drop a comment.

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  • Xi

    Thanks for introducing my app 🙂