There’s something about slaving over a hot keyboard all day long. Whatever needs to get done on my Mac is usually a few clicks away from getting done. Whatever else needs to get done, maybe gets done. One day. Some day. Maybe.
Procrastination Is My Non-digital Life
My Mac life is well organized, productive and efficient. My personal, non-Mac life, well, not so much.
The solution is free.
iProcrastinate is a free Mac app that manages tasks. Think of it as a modern to-do list manager. The user interface is simple enough. Add a task, check off a due time, add it to groups, check off each item as it gets done.
Some tasks can be repeated. Other tasks become high priority (and, others go to low priority– you decide). Difficult tasks can be broken down into multiple tasks. Take a look at the screen shot.
Your list of tasks may require some adjustment. One click and you’re ready to edit the pop up.
So, what’s special about yet another Mac to-do list manager?
iProcrastinate goes with you.
There’s an iPhone version which can sync with your Mac version, so you’ll always know how far behind you are on your to-do list.
What’s missing? The interface is a bit sophomoric; more akin to Fisher Price, than a typical Mac productivity app. The wireless sync between Mac and iPhone is good, but I’d prefer Dropbox to sync and make it completely seamless.