Fussing around with fancy task apps can take more time out of your day than actually getting through your to-do list. Why not simplify the process by getting an app that turns TextEdit into the ultimate to-do list, without taking up precious time to set it up? TaskBadges will let you designate a TextEdit file as your to-do list for the day and include automatic badges that pop up and ask you if you're completed your task yet. It's like having your own personal time management coach, but without paying gobs of money, because this app is free. Everyone loves free things.
Continue reading to learn how to create a simple and effective to-do list within TextEdit.
TextEdit may not have the power of Microsoft Word, or the pizazz of Apple’s Pages, but the humble little word processor that comes with OS X has a lot going for it. While it doesn’t do templates and other fancy things that the others do, it’s more than up to the job for many word-processing needs.
With Lion, Apple has included a way for developers to implement versioning control in their apps. So when you're saving files like documents you'll have access to both the past versions and current version. With a Time Machine-like interface, you’re able to view all of the changes in your documents and restore past versions if you accidentally delete something in the current version.