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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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Sounds like you could use a Gantt chart in Excel. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gantt_chart Though Atif's answer is going to end up looking very similar in some ways and I do like his idea of getting a numerical score to help you identify which task to focus on. But if you like the idea of a full Gantt view of things then this looks interesting : ...


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I can imagine a spreadsheet can come in handy to prioritize tasks that are sensitive to deadlines. Consider each row a task. Consider a column that contains a particular deadline that task the task is related to. Each subsequent column (after the deadline column) is a calendar date. And finally you need a calculated column You simply have to add a ...


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I haven't really tried it myself, but this new iOS app here seems to have an interesting concept of integrating TODO lists with ordinary calendar functions while keeping track of what works and doesn't work for you and adjusting its scheduling suggestions accordingly. (Prof. Dan Ariely from Duke University was involved in its development). As it's free, I ...


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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 ...



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