I’m pretty sure Chris mentioned this to me a long time ago but I never got round to actually checking it out, but I stumbled across it today and thought I’d do a very quick review.
I have a lot of things that are on my to-do list, and usually this list is stored in my head which means it’s not very reliable, and so something like Ta-Da can come in handy. It’s very simple and that’s why I’ll continue using it. Within a couple of clicks you can create a list and add items to it. Done. Check out a quicktime video here to see someone creating and editing a list.
The lists you make can be privately just for you, you can share them with a select few by adding their emails, or you can make it completely public. [see my list here]
As you can see from the lists above you can add really anything to it, so don’t limit yourself.