There are tons of programms that help you keep stuff organized, but I have many computers and I need a web app to do that.

I tried Evernote and right now I'm using Microsoft OneNote, the cool thing about the latest is that I can have my files in my SkyDrive storage and access them from anywhere without the need of the program installed on the computer.

Can anyone recommend other options?

I don't mean getting files in sync or anything like that, I just want a place to keep track of stuff (like a ToDo list), links I want to read in the near future and stuff like that.

  • I agree with all the suggestions below, but what exactly are you needing to do that you aren't able to do with your existing apps? That will help you get better responses, as "keeping stuff organized" is a pretty broad description and means different things to different people. – EmmyS Oct 8 '10 at 16:51

It depends on what you want to do.

If you just want to keep dead-simple text notes in the cloud, which can be used for anything from Todo lists to writing your manifesto, SimpleNote works for me.

If you want to have very specific files synced between computers (and the cloud) of any type, I use and love DropBox.

If you're looking specifically for a Todo manager, there are many. Remember the Milk is probably the most popular.

Of course, both Google Docs and Zoho Suite are comprehensive web apps for office documents which can be used however you see fit.

It really all depends on how much, if any, structure you want imposed on what you're doing.

  • I modified my question and added what I really want... I guess SimpleNote is what counts here... anything else? – sebagomez Oct 8 '10 at 17:31

I've used Ta-da Lists in the past. However, since I carry my iPhone everywhere, I've started to use Things for the iPhone.

  • can you sync that with an online service? – sebagomez Oct 8 '10 at 18:24
  • If you use Ta-da List, it's an online app so you can access it anywhere. You can't sync Things. Since I have my phone with me, there's no need to sync. If you're sharing lists with other people Ta-da List is good. I use Ta-da with my wife. – milesmeow Oct 8 '10 at 21:27

You can also try this - web-based free time-tracker and (hierarchial) todo list. I'm its author as well so feel free to give any feedback :)


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