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The idea behind NeatList is to organize me and all the things I want to get to whereas the original incarnation made about three years ago was to track time estimates. Well, if you need that then I suggest FogBugz, but this is something different.

First, what you'll do is create a list of generalized tasks such as "House Work", "Write Blog Post", etc. Under each of these you can then specify a list of suggestions which are more specific. For example under "House Work" you might put "Vacuum Room", "Clean Litter Box", "Take out Garbage and Recycling", etc.

Next, when you visit your main page on this website, it will display the tasks you have yet to complete this week with a checkbox to the left and a random suggestion to the right. Late tasks will be bold (1 week) and really late tasks will also be red (2+ weeks).

After finishing a task you'll check the box next to it and an input field will appear below it. This is where you type in a comment, such as the URL of the blog post you wrote or a description of the housework you did. As you type, auto-complete will attempt to match what you're writing to suggestions you've already put in. Press enter or click the "Done" button to the right of this field and it will disappear from your weekly to-do list!

Completed tasks for the week are on a separate page for viewing or if you want to note you've done an additional item associated with that task (e.g. you vacuumed AND took out the garbage, or wrote two blog posts, etc.).

Finally, a report page will note how many of each task you've ever done, plus they're sorted by consistency. For example, if you only exercise every OTHER week then the consistency will be at 50%. This particular item is only tracked for the past three months, so if you pick up the slack you'll eventually get it to 100%.

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