Still looking for a good way to keep track of all those administrative tasks? I've tried several to-do apps but Evernote's versatility and features make it an excellent choice to keep up with your daily, or in my case, weekly task lists. I have a notebook in Evernote dedicated to keeping my weekly tasklists in one place. Every Monday morning, I open and start a brand new list. Using the Evernote's check-box feature, I create a box and enter each item. I check off items as the week progresses, and I add new ones as I stumble across them. As often happens in the life of a school administrator, I have a few items left over at the end of the week. I just copy and past them into the next week's Task List. There are several great reasons for using Evernote as your "To-Do List App."
- You can create task lists very easily.
- Once created, you can access your task list across devices and on the web. Your task list follows you around like a shadow.
- You can create a notebook where you store all your task lists for back reference if needed.
- Use the "Tag" feature to make your task lists fully searchable.
- Upload any files such as Word Docs, PDFs or photos right into the task list. That means you don't have to search elsewhere for the files needed for the task.
- Create a shared task list and share it with your assistance principals. That way you can tackle the tasks as a team.
Evernote's versatility make it my "To-Do List App" of choice.
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cross posted at the21stcenturyprincipal.blogspot.com
J. Robinson has decades of experience as a K12 Principal, Teacher, and Technology Advocate. Read more at The 21st Century Principal.