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At work, I used to use a spreadsheet (then replaced with an Outlook task view.) I have columns for start date (if applies), due date (if applies), priority, effort, etc. In high school and college, I had a different system - paper. (I know, how quaint.) I had a monthly calendar and a weekly one. The reason is that in high school, I had two types of ...
I recently stumbled upon todoist. https://en.todoist.com/ It is nice and easy. You can prioritise tasks, set reminders , etc. It has a default 7 day view. It has free and paid version and is multiplatform, so you can try it out.
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