Orchestra ~ A To-Do List App That Delegates
I’m not a technology superstar so I’ve partnered up with someone who is in order to bring you the latest and greatest in the technology world as it relates to organizing and time management. Every couple of weeks Carley Knobloch, a technology lifestyle expert from Digitwirl, visits us to share some fun yet informative videos on various technology products and services that can help you get organized and simplify your busy life.
Today’s Digitwirl, Orchestra, is a new FREE to-do list app that helps you stay organized with reminders, recurring tasks, real-time sync and voice capture.
SYNC iPhone and web – Recurring REMINDERS
Add tasks via EMAIL – Real-time CHAT
SHARE lists with family and friends
VOICE recognition – Totally FREE!!!
Get started by setting recurring reminders to pay bills and remember birthdays. Make grocery and chore lists and share them with your spouse or roommate to divide and conquer. Plan an event – a wedding, a potluck dinner or a vacation.
I don’t have an iPhone and so couldn’t tell you from experience what I think of it but thankfully Carley’s here to tell us more in the video below. If anyone decides to give it a go, please let me know what you think.
Notes from Carley:
Orchestra is a task management app that goes so beyond list-making— it connects me to the people in my life who can help me get things done, which helps me get things done more quickly. In other words, it’s my dream come true.
Watch this week’s Twirl to learn how to use this powerful app.
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