How many To-do Apps do we need?
Lewis Menelaws

I think everyone wants a to-do app that can adapt to their problem solving style, but in reality, they end up being forced to adapt to the software template they bought into. Our team has tried so hard to get our boss to try Asana, Assembla, Quip, Wunderlist, and even something simple like Google Docs, but nothing trumps his paper and marker list. We have completely abandoned the idea of a universal checklist.

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