PublisherPivotal Education Limited
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- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
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Use Top Three to change the way you manage your priorities. Focus on the things that are most important, and get them done! Top Three doesn't do all of the things that you've come to expect from a to-do app. It doesn't let you tag and categorise, search, order and re-order, set due dates or schedule tasks for the future (just today and tomorrow). The result? You won't spend hours managing your to-do list, and can focus instead on completing the most important things. Isn't that what it's all about? Each day you get three new slots to fill with your most important tasks. Choose wisely, then focus the rest of your day on completing these priorities and avoiding distractions. You can tick off completed tasks and also look back over the previous days and weeks to see how many of your priorities you actually completed. You might be surprised at how effectively you get things done when you're not constantly distracted by a long to-do list. "The main thing is keeping the main thing the main thing" -- Steven Covey
12/1/2010Nice idea, as a supplement to a task app, not a replacement. Works well for daily goals. Needs a bit more on execution, in particular, badly needs a live tile to put some fire under your goals.
11/15/2010This application is different from any other task management system I've seen. The idea is complelling, but it is asking me to change my approach to managing my things to do. I'm not sure I can deal with it, but I like the app enough to want to give it a try. Aside from asking you to change the way you work, slow initial load time, and inability to delete an item (you can back out all of the text to achieve that) there is a lot to like here. You can pivot through your past tasks to see how you've done and the history view consolidates it all onto one screen so you can really feel good about how diligent you have been. I have to assume that since there is only space for three items per day I'll feel pretty depressed if there are days with incomplete items. But as long as you are keeping up its great positive reinforcement. If you don't you can also easily copy to tomorrow. You can only go forward as far as tomorrow though, so its not going to help you with long term planning. But it isn't trying to.