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🚀 Calendar Drag & Drop, Search Filters, Browse Templates, and More!

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Hi Taskaders  🎉 We’ve worked hard to make Taskade work better for you! Here’s what’s new: ⚡️Calendar Drag & Drop You can now drag and drop calendar items to change task deadlines and ranges across all your projects and workspaces. Learn more. ⚡️ Search Filters Filter search results by projects, tasks, and comments. Find what you are looking for across all your projects, folders, and workspaces. Learn more. ⚡️ Browse Templates Select the…

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10 Best Todoist Alternatives For Task & Project Management

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What Is Todoist? Todoist is a task management software that was developed by its parent company, Doist. Amir Salihefendic is the founder of Doist, and he developed Todoist in 2007. The main aim of developing Todoist was to help people stay on top of their tasks by organizing it via a simple task management system. Todoist is completely bootstrapped. Salihefendic has declined any sort of funding and acquisition in order…

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Can’t Get Things Done? Stop Thinking About GTD as Your To-Do List!

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“Why can’t I get things done?” This is a common question that bounces around productivity forums and communities like r/gtd. And we can understand why. David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD®) is not the easiest productivity system to bite into. But maybe the crux of the matter is that you’re simply thinking about GTD as “just another to-do list?” Whether you’re new to the Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology or…

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A Review of Notion and The Powerful Rise of No-Code Project Management

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Like many other startups, Notion didn’t have what you’d call a “smooth ride.” After a fair share of ups and downs and a near failure in 2015, co-founders Ivan Zhao and Simon Last were forced to rebuild the app from scratch. In this Notion review, we put on our detective hats and dig into the history of the product, its founding team, and the Lego-like approach to project management. 📚…

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14 Best Notion Alternatives Free For Personal Use & Students

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Notion has been in the market since 2015. In the time that Notion has been around, there have been plenty of reviews about the popular productivity tool.  It’s no surprise that people have been trying to find the best alternative to Notion. Some find it to be a versatile tool to have in their arsenal, while others find that overloading software with features isn’t the best way to go about…

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Knowledge Engineering: How to Build The Best Knowledge Management System

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We’ve all been there. You open up the web browser, swing by r/notetaking or r/notebooks, and fall down the rabbit hole of productivity. “I wish my notes looked so neat!” Excited, you order a set of expensive notebooks and an equally expensive pen to match. A week into the note-taking spree, your depressingly empty notebooks are collecting dust. Sounds familiar? Anybody can take notes, but how to take evergreen, context-rich notes…

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What Is Web3? It’s More Than Just Crypto Companies: The Powerful Rise of Web3 Startups Explained

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Snake oil peddling, Ponzi scheme, or a true revolution? Web3 (a.k.a. Web 3.0) is another hot topic in the “let’s argue about the future of tech” lineup, right next to the Metaverse and the bizarre world of NFT art. What is Web3? How does it work? Here’s everything you need to know. 🌐 Before you start… Are you passionate about cutting-edge technology? Do you want to learn more about the…

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🚀 /Slash Command, Calendar View, New Notifications, and More!

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Hi Taskaders  🎉 We’ve worked hard to make Taskade work better for you! Here’s what’s new: ⚡️ /Slash Command Type “/” to view and filter commands. Add due dates, change formats, create new blocks and much more. Speed up your workflow without touching your mouse. Learn more. ⚡️ Calendar View The long-awaited project Calendar is finally here! Create and edit tasks, drag to prioritize, and visualize them using the month, week, or day…

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The History of Markdown: A Prelude to the No-Code Movement

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When Markdown launched in 2004, it instantly became a darling of bloggers and tech enthusiasts. It also laid the foundation for future no-code tools. Almost two decades later, this “humane” markup language (more on that in a bit) is more relevant than ever. Want to know how it all started? Buckle up and let’s take a look back at the fascinating history of Markdown. 💡Calling all productivity historians… The history…

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What Is a Roadmap? Time to Show Your Team the Big Picture

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When big companies hold meetings, you can expect a lot of lofty phrases like “aligning goals” or “cross-departmental collaboration.” But what do those words actually mean? How do you make sure that your team is indeed aligned on goals? This is where roadmapping comes in. 💡 Before you start… Roadmapping is a cornerstone of effective project management. Don’t forget to check about other project management strategies when you’re done reading. …

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History of the To-Do List and How to Get Yours Organized

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Get a mini-toothpaste, *check*, take down the Manfredi crime family, *check*! Apparently, even superheroes use to-do lists to get stuff done. Haven’t seen Spiderman: Far From Home? That’ll have to wait because, in today’s article, we take a look at the history of the to-do list and some high achievers who’ve mastered it. Plus, you’ll learn how to make your to-dos stick! Love it or hate it, the to-do list…

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How to Reduce Context Switching and Reach Flow State

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A task a day keeps procrastination away, if only it was that simple. Context switching—shifting focus between tasks—is the “norm” for many remote workers. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s how to reduce context switching, add depth to your workdays, and reach a flow state. According to psychologists Jeanne Nakamura and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, the human brain can process 120 bits of information per second. Impressive? Not really,…

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