I would like to use other friend’s advices How could I write a useful to-do list and do my work based on that???

Friedrich Karl O.
Use a journal! Start with a weekly cover sheet; writing down weekly to do items and weekly goals. Dedicate a page or two for each day of the week. Every morning, write down your to do list for the day, things your grateful for and habits your trying to build.

Kasper B.
Hello who ever you are , what I do to write a very useful to do list is think of something you’ve been wanting to get done for ages or even something you need to get done so that you can get it over and done with it it might be something that you even enjoy ! 🙂

Erin X.
The biggest advice is to be realistic. Write down even the small stuff you need to do so that after you’ve done it, you can cross it out. You get a great feeling of accomplishment crossing things off, and hopefully it inspires you to do more things on your list

Julijana Y.
you should write everything you have to do for tomorrow. then, you should choose 3 priorities and the nex day you must do them first. After that, just do the rest. Try not to use phone too often

Charles P.
Think about the big goal . And create steps that will lead up the it. Those steps are the to do list . Do it everyday and find out what right and keep improving

Ren Ta Z.
You should take a blank sheet of paper/notebook every morning and instead of writing a list of things you need to do that day you should be more creative like writing each step into a little bubble or something and then try to estimate the time you’ll need to complete each task. This will help you follow some time schedule during your day and also make it easier to follow your plans as our brains naturally hate lists.

Armando I.
First, schedule your week; that's the most critical step for a good list. Second, find the tasks closest to the due date, and write them down, then classify them for importance (most important -A to the least important -D), and there you go 🙂

Gabriel S.
Try to keep it simple. Take some
time and write down things you have to do. Rate your tasks from A to B to C depending on how important they are. Then pick 3 tasks based on their rating. Take a cup of coffee and start working. If you’re done, pick next three. I’ve been struggling with to-do lists for years but this has worked for me. If you want to take this to the next level, learn about deep work. Good luck and stay healthy! 🙌🏻

Barbie N.
A to-do list gives you something to get back to, based on what you wish/need to do on that day. The best thing is to try to cross as many tasks as you can but without feeling bad if you didn’t have time to all of them – you can add it to your list tomorrow.
Ideally, try to have simple tasks to cross. If one task is quite large, break it into small achievable tasks. This way you avoid the frustration of not getting all done at once.
Also, it would depend on your friends’ advice really. As you use Fabulous, the logical step is to use the app to structure a beginners’ routine and set a working time, incl for writing your to-do list. I have been keeping my notifications on and helps to keep me reminded and on track, even if I get distracted at some point.

Kate O.
Keep it to 3 things so if feels manageable and keep the tasks semi-easy things to tick off. The quicker you tick them off and complete them, the sooner you’ll feel more motivated, complete the list of 3 and then add more tasks after. There’s nothing worse than making a long list of things to do, not complete it all and then feel deflated

Luna C.
Personally, I’ve always found hand-written lists to be the best format for organizing a busy schedule. I prioritize my tasks based on how many pieces I’ve broken them down into, and by the time they need to be finished. If you’re having trouble finding where to start, ask yourself which tasks you’d be least likely to do if they were left until you were ready to go to sleep. That’s the task you should start with!

Anabel Z.
Well that's a good question friend I believe that the best time to write a to do list, like mentioned often by others, is the night before, so if you were to write what you have to do for the day of tommorow Tonight, then, tomorrow you will have something to take a quick look at based off what you have written
And by using a to do list to get work done it would probably just be a step by step process starting off of what goes first will goes next

Riley U.
Make it realistic to stick to the timeframe and get it done in the time you’ve said. If you set unrealistic timeframes for a thing you will most likely not do it cause you know you can’t finish it anyways.
Write it on paper, makes it more likely you will do it

Hector Q.
a usefull to-do list bades on your friends advices would be most effective if the advices suits your patterns. start with few tasks the first days. Try and be as realistic as you can with how much you will be able to in one day. Its better to be surprised about finishing a few assignment, than continueing to dissapoint yourself because you have given ypurself too many things to do in one day. Also try and replace your friends advice with somethin that you already do and see if you like it better:) hope it helps!

Zuzana B.
I keep my Todo list divided in five categories and I look into these whenever I plan my Todo for the upcoming day. It's divided like this: 1. Scheduled tasks (health appointments, family meetings, anything with a date… I prefer to have them in one place rather than scattered across the diary) – 2. Weekly routine tasks (packing and unpacking swimming stuff, cooking Sunday family lunch, daily cleaning, anything you do every week on the same day, so you don't have to keep it on mind) – 3. Must todos (not doing these tasks someday will bring a lot of complications) – 4. Should todos (skipping these is not ideal but can be advantageous in some cases, in exchange for something with higher priority) – 5. Could todos (anything else, including ideas to think about later – this is an infinite lifetime list).
When I organise my day, I usually plan and execute my tasks in this order: Must Today – Must Someday – Should Today – Should Someday – Coulds.
If you begin working on a bigger task or a task you are scared of, decompose it into small steps. Seeing yourself move through the task through these little steps is rewarding and motivating and can work better for some situations, than the simle 'just do it' approach.
You may need to personalize this method through trial and error though, so if something doesn't work for you, adjust it accordingly.
Good luck 🙂

Patty N.
To do lists are great until they aren’t. What I mean by that is a to do list is often way too long, unrealistic, and randomly ordered. Investigate a tool called The Eisenhower Box. It helps you categorize your to-do list and prioritize things so that you are doing only the things that really matter, letting go of some, and delegating others. I hope this helps!