Lists on iPhone App
Another great work-around is just to use wunderlist for your lists. It's free, as is the mobile app. You can make as many different lists as you like; and even email them or share them (I often email my husband the grocery list if he's going to the store instead of me); and it works like a champ with iPhone and iPad.
I use Toodledo for tasks; and wunderlist for lists.
There is a work-around I use.
On the web version:
Create a folder called Shopping, or whatever.
In Notes, create a note called Shopping List.
Add your items to the note.
Link the note with the Shopping Folder.
Open the Shopping List.
It syncs both ways as well!
At least 75% of the time when I am working with lists, it usually is on my Android. Therefore, I use wunderlist too to capture items I need from the grocery store, since it's important I can check off those items I get and see those that I could not. Toodledo is my task manager that I use to process my tasks/projects/next actions/inbox many times throughout the day.
So far, I have not found a use for lists and outlines. Are they good to use as checklists and can they be made recurring or duplicated?
this is extremely unfortunate, i am not willing to pay for the gold account until lists is available on iOS - to see how far back this recommendation has been ongoing is a little rediculous
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