Remember the Milk!

milkYou got things to do, places to go, people to see and souls to save.  How do you remember it all?

Introducing, “Remember the Milk“.   It’s one of the best ways to manage your tasks online.  I like it!   For people busy in ministry, this is just what the doctor ordered, and it’s simple and easy to use.  If you have long term or future projects, Rememer The Milk can help.

The best thing I like about Remember The Milk is that you always have access to all of your tasks.  You can even access your “things to do” from your Blackberry (with the professional version).  That’s nice.

Some of the other features of this Free service include:

Take your tasks with you.
Access your tasks on your web-enabled mobile device. Print your entire list or a handy weekly planner which shows upcoming tasks. View your tasks on your calendar with Apple iCal or Google Calendar. Subscribe to feeds with Atom/RSS.

Manage tasks quickly and easily.
An intuitive interface makes managing tasks fun. Set due dates easily with next Friday or in 2 weeks. Extensive keyboard shortcuts make task management quicker than ever.

Get reminded, anywhere.
Receive reminders via email, SMS, and instant messenger (AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Google Talk, ICQ, Jabber, MSN, Skype and Yahoo! are all supported).

Work together to get things done.
Share, send and publish tasks and lists with your contacts or the world. Remind your significant other to do their household chores.

Plan your time.
See what’s due today and tomorrow, and the things you’ve missed. Prioritize, estimate your time, and postpone with ease. Set tasks to repeat every week or after 2 months.

Organize the way you want to.
Are you a list lover? Create as many lists as you need. Into tagging? Use the task cloud to easily see what you have to do. Want to store notes along with your tasks? You can do that too.

The best thing about Remember the Milk (besides being FREE) is that your to-do list is always available. You can access it on your computer or your pda/smartphone.  If you need something simple and easy, look no further.

Update:  Another free task management system worth looking into is


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