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Recently, I was searching around for a suitable app that has cross device capability and suitable for planning business stuff in project list formats. Then I remembered one of my iPad that would be perfect.
It’s called… Cheddar.
After a recent conference, I have some technical articles that are due to be submitted to an online magazine imminently. It seemed a good idea to see how applicable Cheddar would be for planning out the project, what tasks needs to be done in a checklist. Using the instructions above, it was simple to knock out a project plan in under 5 mins on my iPad:
After you have completed the brain dump, just hit Edit and then move the tasks around as needed into a logical order using your finger or mouse.
Once the tasks are done, you can tick them off as done in the boxes. Easy peasy!
Deleting the project once complete is also a nice option, so you don’t have old projects cluttering up the main screen.
All in all, it was slick and easy to use as well as edit quickly and efficiently. There are some drawbacks though…
I discovered this after finishing the first project plan quickly and was eager to create an outline for the second article.
On clicking the + sign to create a new project, up popped this unexpected message:
The upgrade for more than two projects will set you back a princely $20 annually.
UGH! It’s a really nice app at first glance, but I guess the sample project they include will have to go for now, while I see if this app gets used a significant amount to justify the additional cost.