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hmm so what tool on personal level you use to be productive? example trello??

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  • 3
    Properly named text files and (ctrl + f)
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    do 70 "todo" comments per source code file count?
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    Tab S6 and Samsung notes. I used to use Bamboo paper, but the lack of pen mode sucks. I like writing by hand and Samsung has this cool OCR that can convert your handwriting to text, so if I want to send something to someone, I don't have to rewrite it.
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    M$ To-Do for the day to day, Jira for the projects.
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    I use a stenography machine. Increase wpm through compression.
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    Gitlab boards
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    Post Its on the desk
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    https://www.notion.so/
    Notion is a database disguised as note taking app. But it's a collaborative workspace really. You can choose between views, kanban, gallery, list.
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    I use Trello. It has a mobile app, an Electron app, I can use it on any system. It's simple enough that I don't waste time on it. And it keeps track of as many tasks as I throw it. Don't need any of the fancy integrations, its just a nice, visual representation of my todos that works for me
  • 0
    Notion, TickTick and GitHub issues. I'm not productive tho.
  • 0
    Pen and paper, notepad++ and linqpad for experiments and example code.
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    Notepad++

    Yep, no shit.
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    Whiteboard.
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    I get a lot of use from Ditto clipboard. Especially Slugify option to create a branch name from work item's title.

    E.g. "Task 124: Replace label" becomes "task-124-replace-label". I just manually detele "task-" bit
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    Notepad, or equivalent, (Since Notepad has bugs..) for taking notes.

    Time slicing, eg.

    9am to 10am Project X

    10am to 11am Project Y

    Kind of thing.

    Though I find 2 to 3 hours per project works best, just an hour isn't enough to get much done..

    Todo list, priority based.
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    A notebook and pen.

    *Music stops*
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    @heyheni Second that one (also used Trello for a bit)

    @Root Are you talking about the app, or the physical thing?

    For personal matter, I'm mainly using org-mode and Orgzly
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    @heyheni I like it . Well manageable :)
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    @justamuslimguy yeah but I dont like its UI :( for personal work management
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    @Root yeh I used that too.on every day it is updated to new task lists.
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    post it, notepad++, trello, standardnotes, google tasks/calendar ...i've failed to use them all

    Lack of discipline to go back regulary and do updates/follow ups can't be compensated even by the best time management tools available.
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    iPad with Apple Pencil, notes. Notion app. text files for temp/short lived things
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    @qwwerty Got you
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    @Jilano Physical whiteboard. Best tool.
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    emaca orgmode is pretty good for simple stuff and has the ability to increase in complexity for more advanced tasks. Thing is: it requires emaca knowledge to begin with
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    Trello/ClickUp/Jira+Confluence (depending on if it's a team project or just me).
    Mind, I still write TODO in the code depending on where I am on my mental queue.
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    @Root always wanted to incorporate whiteboard intiy my workflow, but sadly don't have a convenient place for it. Digital solutions are not a good replacement unfortunately. How your setup with the whiteboard looks like? I am curious to see pictures 🤔
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    @Amoenus Moving; pictures unavailable!

    However: whiteboard desk covers are nice on large desks. Small whiteboards are nice because you can take them with you if you’re like me and debug best by wandering. I might even opt for a whiteboard wall cover in my new office!
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    @Amoenus Well Angelbbear White board search on amazon.. stick with wall.. door.. table :P and you are good to go
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    @AleCx04 just checked emaca orgmode and this scares me :(
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