Microsoft 365. I started a new contract this year. The prevailing tech is Microsoft 365. It made sense to use it so that I could share info. I used Planner to create my project plan. I used Tasks for reminders and recurring items. Within a couple of weeks I was floundering. I was working with multiple apps. Planner, Tasks and Calendar. The biggest challenge was the lack of visibility of what I needed to do. Planner was Kanban style but there was no real nudge to get things done. Sub tasks were simply checklists with no individual reminders. It was making it hard to spin the huge numbers of plates and keep tabs on everything. I was worried that things would fall through the gaps. As well as work-related tasks, I had home stuff, side hustle stuff, husband work stuff too. One weekend I decided I was done with 365 planning. I set up two browser screens side by side and worked my way through transferring my tasks to Twos. With a greater appreciation of Twos than I had when I first started using it back in early 2022, plus the natural evolution of the app, I had the perfect tool to spin all my plates. Lists. I make Lists my starting point. I have a handful of top level Lists: work, personal, house and garden, one for me, one for my husband, plus shopping list. I did an initial download into Lists of everything I needed to plan. I then organised these into sublists and, in some cases, added dates and reminders. I review what’s in Lists every week and add dates to the next priorities. I use Sublists a lot to create smaller projects. If I add Things to Today, I will mostly move these to a List before the end of the day for neatness. . Today. Each day a Daily Log pops up, tagged with dailylog. I add to this throughout the day. I log what I'm reading and include a screenshot of the cover from my Kindle book. I track what I'm eating, drinking and my steps in a Thing tagged log. I also export my NotePD list as text and paste it into Today. It’s a reminder of my daily list and helps me keep track of my streak, where I have scheduled posts ahead of time, and where I have gaps. I also copy my list to NotePD Lists which is shared publicly. Today is populated with relevant dated reminders, and ad hoc Things to do. During the day, this is where I spend most of my time. If I've done the planning bit right, I can work my way through the list and tick things off. Project Management. A list, for me, is a project. I often brainstorm ideas and add them to a list. I don’t worry about the order or completeness. I just get it all down. And then later I can review and rationalise the list. Widget. I have the Twos widget on my phone but tend to click on the app. I'd love the widget just to let me enter text and send it to Twos without opening up the app. Like a quick text entry. Tags. These are genius for me. I use them to create Agendas for my team to remind me what I need to discuss with them. I use the following tags: mits (most important tasks), today, urgent, . Website. Although I do use the iOS app a lot, it's far easier for me to type on a larger keyboard and to see a bigger screen. It also means I can access my Lists through any browser. . Remembering. Calendars. My Twos is linked to my personal Google Calendars and work-related Outlook. Backups. I have a reminder to do a weekly backup. I export my data in .txt format. I change the file type to .md and move it to my Obsidian vault, dated with the current date.