Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Jott + Gmail = to-do list by phone

from Lifehacker A blogger at Studentlinc explains how he combined Jott and Gmail to create a to-do list he can add to just by making a phone call. Jott, as you may recall, is a free service that transcribes phone messages and sends the text to you via e-mail. The trick here is to create a Jott-specific label in Gmail, then set up your Jott account to send messages to that address. One click of the Jott label will reveal all your to-dos. And you can "cross one off" by deleting the e-mail. I'm a huge fan of using Jott to send myself reminders. This takes the idea one step further by leveraging Gmail's labels. Know any other Jott hacks? Put 'em in the comments. — Rick Broida Creating My ToDo list Through Jott and Gmail [Studentlinc via]