I love making lists. I’ve been making lists for as long as I can remember and even if I achieve only a fraction of the items on the list I’ve still thoroughly enjoyed the process of making it and crossing items off one by one. Or sometimes just one.
I have endless lists in various forms.
- In notebooks (another great love of mine)
- On scraps of paper in my handbag (never to be seen again)
- Stuck to the fridge door via a magnetic notebook. (usually forget to check it)
- In my diary (See above)
- On my reminders app on my phone (comes with handy snooze button)
- etc etc
- You get the picture?
So how I’ve only just come to discover the most amazing list making app and website of all time now, is a complete mystery. But today I did and I’ve been happily listing in categories and sub categories for hours. I can’t seem to stop adding to it and its such fun and so simple to use. It comes with minute long tutorials and is great for people who want to be more organised (me) like making lists (me) and otherwise tend to forget things (me). You can write it up on your laptop and it synchronizes with the app on your phone or tablet too. What’s not to love?
With the free version you get 250 entries per month and you can pay to get more entries or an upgraded version. However, if you join via the link below we both get an extra 250 entries per month costing nothing. That’s a lot of list entries which is my idea of heaven. If it’s yours too then sign up by clicking on the link below.
WorkFlowy for list lovers everywhere
7 thoughts on “How to organise your lists for free”
Thanks for the link. It’s a great app, much easier to use than others I’ve tried. Your blogs are so entertaining and I’m looking forward to the next one!
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Hi Julie, thanks so much for your lovely comments. I agree with you over the ease of this website/app. It’s very simple and straightforward and no advertising too. Bit like my blog! 🙂 Sarah
My wife loves to make lists as well. I’ll be sure to let her know about this app! Thanks for the info.
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Glad to hear it! I hope she enjoys it. 😊
I just joined up today – thanks for the heads up – looks like fun! I use a notebook version of Word (with tabs) for my lists usually, but look forward to playing with this all the same – love a new productivity app!
It’s quite addictive and I’ve since discovered they email you with your updates too as a reminder. It’s brilliant. Happy listing 🙂