My Todoist Year in Review

Todoist Year in Review 2021

One email I look forward to receiving every year is my Todoist Year in Review!

I am a total productivity geek. I love making myself lists of things I need to do and then checking items off my list throughout the day. I use Todoist to manage my personal to dos, my work to dos, things I want to delegate to other people, articles to read or videos to watch while I’m traveling, etc., etc. If it crosses my mind, it goes in Todoist!

I was a little surprised this year that I fell from the top 1% to the top 3%. Seeing that made me realize I wasn’t quite as diligent in 2021 about using my lists in Todoist as a guide for my workflow throughout the day. I need to work on that in 2022!

Here are a few of the highlights my report included this year:

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Daily, Weekly, Monthly Task Count

I have two daily checklists set up in Todoist — one for work and one for my personal life. My work daily checklist includes things like: clear email inbox, clear Todoist inbox, etc. My personal daily checklist includes things like: read 10 pages of a non-fiction book, take vitamin, workout, etc.. These are all of the basic things I want to do each day. Then I have other lists based on projects and priorities. My day (should) basically revolve around my lists in Todoist, but I may have fallen away from that a little.

Most Productive Day of the Week:

Interestingly, Tuesday was my best day the year before. I don’t know what changed there, but apparently I’m more productive on Monday’s now.

Most Productive Time of the Day:

Same as the year before. I normally start working around 7am, so I think my productivity peaks at 8am because I check off all of my quick and easy daily tasks between 7 and 8:30am or so. Then I start getting into more detailed tasks and projects that take longer to work on and complete.

Productivity Measured Throughout the Year:

50 less than the year before. That could be another factor. Maybe I have been ignoring my checklists on the weekends more than I used to.

What do you use to keep track of your to do’s? Do you need to get better at getting things done this year?

Published by Kelly Schuknecht

Kelly Schuknecht is a marketer with a background in the publishing industry. She is passionate about all things related to books and loves helping authors navigate the world of social media for book promotion. She recently launched the course Marketing Your Book on TikTok.

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