Zoe's Do-It-All List
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Hi all! My name is Zoe, and I’m a college student who made this doc to help me be more productive and less stressed. I’ve been using and improving it for over two years now, and I keep coming back to it even after taking breaks to explore other apps because there are a few key features that I haven’t seen any apps try to do. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I have!
✦ Auto-populated to-do list
I used to spend far too much time and stress over figuring out if I was doing “enough” each day to stay on top of my schoolwork and goals. With this doc, you can simply plan out when you will get things done at a time that is convenient for you, and then each day be presented with all the tasks that you need to get done and nothing more.
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This is accomplished by simply distinguishing between a task’s “due date” and a task’s “scheduled date. This way, you can always reference the due date and won’t lose that valuable information if you are working ahead of schedule.
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For me, this feature has been a game-changer in reducing my stress, because I can put my confidence in the system that I created rather than constantly being overwhelmed with all of the possible assignments I could be working on, at all times.
✦ Timing tasks
There are a million time tracking apps, all varying in complexity. The eureka moment came when I was struck with the thought: “Why not just combine the time tracker into my to-do list?” This not only allowed me to track my time with a single click of a button without having to switch apps, but I also found myself staying far more focused on the task at hand since I knew I was being timed for it.
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Since tasks are already assigned to particular projects, you can easily see an overview of how you are spending your time, and even set daily time goals for different projects.
✦ Daily time goals and habits
I have kept many different kinds of habit-trackers over the years, but I always ran into two particular problems.
I could keep a streak perfectly, but missing a single day would often throw me off and make me give up altogether.
When I was “keeping a streak” I was often just doing the absolute bare minimum so that I could check it off, to the point where it was completely pointless to be doing it all.
With this doc, habits are simply added automatically to your to-do list each day, same as any other task. But on top of having habits that you can check off without any accountability, I also added “daily time goals” that would track how much time you are spending on a particular project.
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Take a look around the doc, and then come back here to delete all the dummy data and get started!
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