- Wreck others then wreck yourself to get ahead
- S20 v S21 any , sensible , thoughts on
- This poor z flip
- Be among the first to play FFXIV Online on
- not to burst any bubbles but Halo MCC is
- Just tried it
- What kind of logic is that? Raytracing is still
- Sega had their name all over the original Xbox
- Long exposure shot
- Call me paranoiac but this popup came out of
- Q: What is the possible reason people buy insanely
- Why do all the best twitter accounts have android
- Poison Mushroom`s got a big heart
- An iphone charger cable, just the cable, is R499
- Persona 5 took over 3 years to hit just
- The Samsung Galaxy S21 can certainly perform, but some
- IT TOOK YOU ALL THAT LONNNNG????? HOLEY SHIIT of
- iPhone5 is better than an Android of 80k
- Every game on mobile: - I am an incompetent
- The Nemesis System patent reminds me of Layers of
- This week on your favorite video game club: Our
- From God of War to Persona 5 Royal, the
- Stolen Let yo key board expose you
- Ads in the settings screen, gross https://t
- Buddy, I don`t take no chump change as a
- If halo showed up on any other console not
- My favorite narrative right now in crypto is people
- Hey hey! It`s #selfpromosaturday what have you got going
- I used to have a higher degree of confidence
- Android users deserve to be left out of clubhouse
Do any Autism/ADHD-ers have any good "to-do list" type
February 6, 2021, 4:05 pm
Do any Autism/ADHD-ers have any good "to-do list" type apps that also include room for longer term `goals` and may even have reminders or alert features? Clean, intuitive, not over-stimulating, easy-to-update. But juuust enough customization that it`s not a glorified Notes app.
Not that ive found
i think this is super individual but Google Keep works for my brain. note cards can hold lots of details for a project or be a brief todo. offers time, place, and repeating reminders. also labels and colors for creating an organization scheme.
Mine morphed into a binder with like 30 dividers. Its as sad as it is hilarious As soon as I got it as perfectas possible...I never touched it again. So...basic ADHD lol Im back to writing on the back of envelopes or 74 individual iPhone notes I cant keep straight
Habitica is free, Alarm Clock Xtreme has a free-with-ads starting install, but is very worth paying for no ads and the full features, imo. It`s hands-down the alarm app that works best for me. The alarms are really customizable.
I`d recommend either Google Keep, or Google Tasks. I`ve also heard good things about ToDoist, but personally I get overwhelmed with it every time I try. (That may just be me though.) The Google apps are simpler, IMO.
OMG I had the same issue it got out of control. I wanted to try again...I LOVE the concept but thank you for saying that, Im not the only one if it werent so embarrassing I might post pics of what mine became
Forgot to note above that: I have an Android. Also, no money, and part of my need for simplicity is my OCD can be task-oriented and needs to use *every* feature. Bad news bears.
Yup! I use them on Android.
I was wondering! I included links from my iphone just in case lol. Android should have some of them. If not, there are more apps that I can recommend that I use or have tried. XD
is a big proponent of the BUJO (Bullet Journal) and has some great vids on it. Im a big fan, and even if you use apps I think theres a lot to be said about the BUJO concept and why its probably superior for ADHD brains for a lot of reasons as a home base.
The way it organizes its lists is actually why I use Habitica. The "game" part is cute, but I honestly mostly ignore it. The way you can enter in tasks/goals as either constant Habits, repeating-schedule Dailies, or one-off To-Dos just works better for my brain than most apps.
I use or have used a number of apps so not entirely sure if this is what you mean but: one I use is Lists to Do always used paper but I lose my longer term to-dos by the time I need to recall them. I also use Reminders on my phone so much I chuck em outta my way undone. Same issue w/ losing longterms. I recall stuff suddenly & gotta jot it fast before changing tasks/putting phone down.