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    August 9, 2015 @ 1:09 pm

    Hi Elvis!

    This is a great blog post. You know what, i love using Wunderlist myself! I’ve used it for about 2 years know and i have to agree that it boosts my productivity. I also love it to keep all sorts of bookmarks organized.

    I haven’t gone as far as e-mailing myself the tasks for a notification. I usually just have a couple of tasks on “today” which i stripe off as the day goes by, which usually works fine for me. But i can totally see the power of this.

    Setting a set time to start writing blog posts or Kindle books, i can imagine that to be a strategic way to improve your productivity by a big margin!

    Thanks a lot for sharing.

    – Jasper

    • Elvis Michael
      August 9, 2015 @ 8:06 pm

      Hey, Jasper!
      I used to use it very freely like that, but I often found myself walking away from the website and not coming back for days. Simply put, I would forget that I had a to-do list altogether. So the notifications are definitely helping me more.

      Wunderlist isn’t perfect (far from it) and I have yet to find an app that lets me set more specific recurring tasks (for example, setting a task to occur every Monday and Thursday, letting me choose specific days of the week). But the core functionality will have to do for now.

      Thanks for stopping by, and best of luck on your end, mate.


  2. Adeel Sami
    August 9, 2015 @ 1:57 pm

    Hello Elvis,

    Really it is a hectic way to manage all tasks related to work not just big ones but any kind of them and it is too difficult to be reminded of what’s next and how many in the pipeline.

    Such a great detailed post about Wunderlist! You made me wondering checking it out. 🙂

    I, for myself, use Asana but Wunderlist is something I will dig into to see if it makes me to switch to it.

    Thanks and I am happy to find the post from JustRetweet!

    Great blog you got there! You’ll be seeing me often!

    ~ Adeel

    • Elvis Michael
      August 9, 2015 @ 8:12 pm

      Thanks, Adeel!
      And I didn’t know about Asana — it looks like a good collaboration tool if you are managing a small or large team.
      Thanks for stopping by; your website focuses heavily on blogging/marketing, which happen to be my favorite subjects. I’ll be sure to check it out and let everyone I know about it.


  3. Hannah
    October 4, 2015 @ 11:50 pm

    I really like this idea of using Wunderlist to keep on track with day to day activities. It’s something I will definitely give a try.

    • Elvis Michael
      October 7, 2015 @ 1:19 pm

      I recently stumbled upon one called Todoist, which i consider slightly better due to their customization options. Either way, both can definitely help you stay on track.

  4. mcdice18967
    November 17, 2015 @ 5:00 am

    Good information in Ultimate productivity Work for freelance.

  5. Abdul Samad
    November 29, 2016 @ 5:51 pm

    Hello Elvis,

    First time landing on your blog and finding it so much useful indeed!

    Thanks for the great information you’ve provided from this post.

    No doubt, you’re right that Time is money!

    Bye for now, See you soon!

    • Elvis Michael
      November 29, 2016 @ 5:54 pm

      Thanks! Very nice to virtually meet ya 🙂
      By the way — even though Wunderlist is incredibly useful, I have since switched to “Todoist” as it’s more flexible and smarter, overall.

      Enjoy your day!