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Best websites for making to-do lists

These sites will help you to stay organized and on track.

Tadalist.com is a “very basic” online to-do-list tool. Visitors choose from more than 4 million templated tasks, cobble together lists, and check off completed items. Once you create a list, simply e-mail it to yourself, so you’ll “have it when you need it.”

Toodledo.com keeps tasks sorted with folders, tags, subtasks, due dates, priorities, and time estimates. It even lets you add to your to-do lists by e-mail or through the site. Basic membership is free, but a $14.95 per year pro account adds tools that let you work with others on shared projects.

Jott.com is the “personal assistant you can afford.” For $3.95 a month, you can add tasks to your to-do lists by placing calls from your phone. The service transcribes your speech, and e-mails you a handy, organized list. It can also integrate with Microsoft Outlook or Google Calendar.

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