Remember The Milk: Managing Your Time The Fun Way

rtm.pngWe all know that time management can be a pain, especially when time management itself becomes another burden for you to bear everyday. Well, there is a cool web app that can make time management for you a little less painful and a little bit more fun.

Remember The Milk has reinvented the way to manage your everyday life. This web app has been around for a few years now. Launched on October 2005, Remember The Milk has been a constantly evolving time management web app tool, adding new features from time to time.

Here are some of the things that you can do with Remember The Milk:

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

tour_tags.pngOrganize 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.

tour_locations.pngLocate your tasks.
Use the map to see where your tasks are located in the real world. See what’s nearby or on your way, and plan the best way to get things done.

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.

You can also get offline access with Google Gears and the new feature to add Remember The Milk to your Gmail. They also have a mobile version of the site You can even add tasks to RTM using Jott or Twitter (Just make a phone call to Jott or a text message to Twitter). A Pro account of 25$ per year will give you a priority support via email and a RTM Windows Mobile, IPhone and IPod touch MilkSync.

2 Comments on “Remember The Milk: Managing Your Time The Fun Way

  1. I use on my iPod Touch- it’s free and is browser-based. I would like to try, but I could never justify paying $25 a year unless I had A LOT of tasks and reminders.

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