It can be difficult to remember all of the tasks you have to do each day, and then prioritize them so the most important ones get done.  

An online tool can help.

Dino Giacomazzi, a dairy producer from Hanford, Calif., recommends

“When I get up in the morning, I look at my list and decide what I want to get done that day and then prioritize the list,” Giacomazzi told a World Ag Expo seminar audience in mid-February.

He can add new tasks as the day goes on and group them by subject category. For example, the site reminds him which items to buy the next time he goes into town. Find out more.

“I get massive amounts of things done with this compared to what I used to” with paper records, he adds. And paper records are easily misplaced or lost.   

The site is free to use on either a computer or a smartphone. But if you want the web app on your desktop or laptop computer to “talk” to the mobile app on your phone or iPad, there is an annual subscription fee of $40.

“To me, it’s the best 40 bucks you can spend,” Giacomazzi said.