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What "To Do" list programs/applications are out there, and what are the strengths and weaknesses of each? I'm looking for web-based sites that store data in the cloud as opposed to desktop applications.

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closed as not constructive by Tom Wijsman, Robert Cartaino Jun 30 '11 at 0:18

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Does Web Applications - Online To Do lists answer your question enough? Strength / weaknesses are subjective, you can base yourself on the features and experimentation whether what To Do list fits you the best. – Tom Wijsman Jun 29 '11 at 23:08
Creating a survey with reviews of the entire online-list space isn't really what this site is about. If you have a very specific problem you are trying to solve, perhaps someone could recommend an appropriate system for your needs. Until then, I have to close this. Sorry. – Robert Cartaino Jun 30 '11 at 0:18
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Remember The Milk is the only one I have used.

  • iPhone/iPad app
  • Location Aware
  • Task Sharing
  • Reminders over any service you can think of
  • Gmail Widget

It's extremely feature rich, so if you are looking for all the bells and whistles, it's an awesome option.

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