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I think that Todoist is a nice app for your to-dos. For note taking, yes, Evernote can be a good choice. And, for team communications you can use Slack.


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Why not use the values and attributes as tags themselves? For instance, instead of having a tag [mood] and modifiers tacked on to that tag (values ranging from 0-5), you could create several tags: [mood:5], [mood:4],... and so on. Then you can search for tags by both their category (mood, motivation, food, etc) and by their values (0, 5, high, low, and so on)...


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I've had this same need as well, and I've been building out a website (https://www.ctitch.com) that integrates fairly powerful lists with notes, bookmarks, and images. For me, I add a to do list that has a master list of everything I need to accomplish (it's fairly manageable since I can nest todo items). I can set this list to appear for each day, but ...



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