I once made list of apps that’d be useful for your Lumia, one of the apps is Wunderlist (that unfortunately has gone from Windows Phone Marketplace). Wunderlist is a very simple, well designed and easy-to-use task management tool.
So how does it help?
Seth Godin once talk about date,
“If you haven’t announced a date, you’re not serious.”
Wunderlist exactly help me regarding this matter. As a to-do app, they provide time based cross-devices list of things to do.
My latest client ask me about project timeline, shame on me I used to make it on MS Excel (or sometimes on Word), I thought that it was time for me to look for a project management tools that able to make a project timeline as its’ output. In the same time, I just installed Wunderlist on my freshly installed laptop.
I then make project to-do on it, add date, add job descriptions and several sketch images for the project. I assign task to my coder, and more people that will get on board for the project, invite them to the list. Feedback is almost instant for invited people notified by email, I was able to set the end date for all tasks after an email or two (and direct correction on the list) and set an expected date for the project to finish.
And that’s how I get a project timeline.
After editing some tasks, matching with client’s needs and availability, the list being very helpful alerting me and team members when a task comes to deadline. There’s alert everywhere since it’s a cross-device app, on my PC, laptop, tablet, even on my phone.
Thanks to 6 Wunderkinder, Wunderlist are free to use and paid to upgrade for those who need more.