The classic To-Do application where a user can write down all the things he wants to accomplish.
Do you often feel overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to do? Do you find yourself missing deadlines? Or do you sometimes just forget to do something important, so that people have to chase you to get work done?
How effective is your to-do list? Does it help you plan your day? Does it help you prioritize? Or is it a never-ending list of things you feel guilty for not having done yet and now you're not going to do any of them?
A good to-do should serve you. You should not be at its mercy.
A good to-do will shape your day and help you focus on the things that are most important to you. So how do you do it? Your tasks need to be concise and specific. You can't try to cram too much into one day. You also need to make more than one list.
With the right strategies, a to-do list can help you achieve larger goals. It's all about identifying those goals and breaking them into their component parts. When the parts are small enough, they can end up on your daily to-do list.
User can see an input field where he can type in a to-do item
By pressing enter (or a button), the User can submit the to-do item and can see that being added to a list of to-do’s
User can mark a to-do as completed
User can remove a to-do item by pressing on a button (or on the to-do item itself)
User can edit a to-do
User can see a list with all the completed to-do’s
User can see a list with all the active to-do’s
User can see the date when he created the to-do
When closing the browser window the to-do’s will be stored and when the User returns, the data will be retrieved
Make Your To-Do Scannable
If you look at your to-do ( list ) often—as I think you should—you'll quickly realize how helpful it is to see what you need at a glance.
Use tight language or shorthand to write your tasks. Many apps have priority ratings or stars you can add that let you highlight crucial tasks. Color-code your tasks if that helps. Apply icons that give you more information about the task, such as whether it requires a phone call or is related to healthcare. No matter how quickly you look at your to-do list, you should be able to reap a lot of information about what needs to get done.