Ben Brooks recently wrote about how he uses Due as his high priority reminder system. He started out using it as most do, for static, repeating reminders (take out the trash, stop for dinner, etc.). The power started to come out when he started adding his short term tasks that are easy to forget (like calling someone in 15 minutes or sending an update in a few hours).
For those of you not familiar with Due, it is a task list app that allows you to have constant reminders of a due task (the interval can be customized from any minute to any hour). These reminders will alert you on your iOS devices and/or Apple Watch. There are a few more features, but it is “auto snooze” that is the killer feature here.
I started using Due for similar purposes to Ben and then took it a step further to manage all my tasks. I had been using OmniFocus for a long time because it was the power user’s choice. Still a great task management app (and even better now that the iOS app finally supports Push sync), it really had too much power for my lists. After floating around between some simple list apps and falling down the TaskPaper rabbit hole, I settled on Due back in February (I have “auto snooze” turned off on most tasks). I think I am well on my way to cementing Due into my routine (and hopefully it will continue to stick).