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      39 comments  ·  General » Scheduling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
      AmandaOrleander commented  · 

      Yes, it seems perfect!
      I used to keep my tasks at paper planner.
      If you finish something quickly, a meeting gets cancelled or you otherwise find yourself with extra time, you can quickly see where the best way to spend your time is quickly to get back on track: https://onplanners.com/daily-planner-todo-list

      If something comes up unexpectedly and takes precedence in importance, when you are finished you can quickly see and continue with your previous plans.

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