Link to Article. ===. So I cycle through journals and notebooks and apps all the time, but I think I've found a good one this time. Twos! The whole point of the app is flexibility, and I think that’s why it’s been so useful to me. I can literally use it the same way I use my pocket notebook — so completely that I stopped carrying my notebook because I’ve already got my phone on me at all times (and also girl pants pockets are a joke and sometimes I can’t even carry a notebook in them?? But that’s a different post.). Here’s how it’s set up:. You’ve got a list of Things, and you can put any of them into your daily page — notes, to-do items, pictures. If there’s a date or time in the note, it offers you the chance to set up a reminder, which pops up on that day’s page. If you have unfinished to-do’s, the next day it asks if you want to migrate them to today. If you put a link in a bullet point, it embeds so you can just click it. So easy! And on top of it, if you click the list thing there, it takes you to another page that’s separate from the daily page, but works like one. I planned most of April just by listing things and putting a date so it would set up reminders. I’ve got grocery lists, lists of projects, reading notes, ideas, a future log, wishlist, whatever I need lists for, right there in the app! You can favorite them so you can more easily find them later. You can share lists with other users so, say, you and your spouse have the same shopping list, or you and your team have the same tasks lists. The home page gives you a rundown of what you did each day, in chronological order, so the lists you make are right there with the day’s to do lists and notes. You can connect your Google calendar so events populate themselves. And since you can put any of the Things into the same daily page, this is the closest I’ve gotten to a bullet journal on my phone. I literally just add thoughts, ideas, notes, reminders, questions to follow up on later, memories, things to track later (how I feel, the weather, moods, what I eat, whatever), bits of projects I’m working on — anything that crosses my mind that I want to keep, all on the daily page like I would in my Ryder Caroll-accurate bujo! And as if that wasn’t enough, you can also access all your posts and notes at www.twosapp.com too! Right now, the app is in beta, and the team is very active and open about gathering info, fixing problems, looking for suggestions. It’s been such an excellent experience!