I've featured many personal information organizer applications as Hot Finds over the past couple of years. But despite it being recommended by a number of people, I've never taken a close look at Trello until now.
Trello lets you organize your information into lists, which are displayed vertically down the screen. Each list can have a number of cards. You can change the order of lists just by dragging them, and you use a similar technique to move cards around (within a list, or between lists). You can include images, hyperlinks, and just about anything else.
A separate list, automatically generated, shows all recent activity (eg, Robert added a card called "Remember to buy paper"). This is especially important because your Trello workspace needn't just be a private affair for your own personal use. You can also invite other people to contribute, which makes it brilliant if you want to share an organisational task with more than 1 person.
Trello is free to use, and is an online service that requires nothing more than an internet browser. Sign up at https://www.trello.com to find out more.
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