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iPad at Work For Dummies by Galen Gruman

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Chapter 10

Tackling Tasks and To-Dos

In This Chapter

arrow In This ChapterCreating simple to-do lists in Reminders

arrow Customizing task attributes in Toodledo

arrow Drilling down into project tasks with Todoist

arrow Using Microsoft OneNote for to-do items

arrow Collaborating on project tasks with Quip

arrow Going full-bore on project management using OmniFocus

When you rely on an iPad, you tend not to have paper or a place to keep those reminder lists. But several apps are available to take the notepad's place as well as sync your tasks or to-do items (they mean the same thing) to other devices. These apps can even issue you reminders automatically.

In this chapter, I cover a variety of apps that help you manage your to-do items and tasks, from simple lists to complex projects.

Running through Reminders

Your iPad comes with Apple's own to-do manager, Reminders. Like Apple Mail, Calendar, and Notes, you can set ...

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