The Best Free Task Management Tools for Teachers

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1- Free Time Management Tools
Talking about task management is inherently talking about time management and the list of tools I compiled in this article will provide you with the necessary tools to manage your time online.

2- Free Sticky Notes tools
Sticky Note tools are also very important elements in managing your task online and organizing your information, links , resources, and online data. Check out the list I  created for you.

3- Free Note Taking Tools
Check out these 9 free tools that you can use to take notes online. All the tools are very simple and easy to use and some require a sing up.

3-  Workflowy

This tool can help you organize your personal to-do lists, collaborate on large team projects, take notes, write research papers, keep a journal, and much more. This is a great tool for students to use in their classrooms. They can for instance use it to organize the assignments and tasks they need to finish.

4-  Tasskr

Tasskr is a simple task manager that teachers and students can use to create projects and tasks in a matter of seconds. It is very easy and has a user friendly interface. You can use it without even signing up but this is not a good idea if you are planning to save your projects. You better register there and be able to control and track your tasks and projects.

5- Trello

Trello's simple, intuitive interface makes task management effortless. Using boards and cards, you have complete flexibility with how you want to get organized.

6- Any.Do

Any.Do is another great task management tool that lets you capture all the things you want to do and helps you in getting them done.

7- Thought Boxes

Thought Boxes makes it easy for you to get organized, complete your tasks, and collaborate. It is all web based and all your lists are on one page.

8- 42 Tasks

42 Tasks is a free app that you can use to manage your tasks from anywhere with an internet connection. It lets you create, manage, and share your projects and tasks and collaborate in a group.

9- Todoist

Todoist is a great personal task manager that is very easy to use and has a user friendly interface. It requires a sign up and it is free of charge.

10- Lazy Meter

Lazy Meter is a to-do list tool that helps users get their tasks organized. It also has a system of reminders that works both on web and mobile devices.

11- Wipeelist

Wipeelist is another awesome to-do-list  that resembles Todoist mentioned above. It is free and very easy to use. It requires a sign up.

12- Squareleaf

Squareleaf is an intuitive whiteboard where you can arrange and store your to do lists in the form of sticky notes .

13- Strike

Using Strike , you can easily set up tasks and control their progress. You can create lists for a project, add new tasks and collaborate with others on unfinished tasks.