Daily plan: Nautilus Omnibus

May 2

Would you believe that something as simple and ubiquitous as a to-do list can still be significantly improved? That's exactly what Tom Baranek has achieved, having recently launched his planning tool in a free public web beta version as Nautilus Omnibus.

This web application, which stores data locally in your browser, visualizes your daily checklist or to-do list as a snail-like figure. This figure shows whether you are on track, allowing you to adjust your tasks as needed.

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