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tedium launches with multiple lists and drag-and-drop list manipulation
amcewen | Oct 18 2006
Since we announced the beta testing a few months back, we've been hard at work improving tedium, our web-based taggable to-do list, based on your feedback and our vision for what we wanted for version 1.0.
Now, in addition to being able to slice-and-dice your to-do items based on their tags or when they're due, you can see more than one list on screen at once and drag items between the lists.
We've also added the ability to customize the links shown on each page so that you can quickly switch to the views you use most often, and written some help pages to make it easier to find out how to use the site.
If you head over to http://www.mcqn.com/tedium/ you can find out more; try our one-click trial; or sign up. The first 30 days are FREE and after that it's only $19.95/year.
We hope you like it (and more importantly, we hope it helps you get more done :-)
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