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Kenneth Myers
Kenneth Myers
16,009 Points

Website used for a to do list at tracking task completion

I remember in an early project (possibly in the front end web development track) there was a website that was used to create a list of goals/tasks in the project and then those goals would be moved into different columns for not yet started, in progress and completed. I've tried clicking around various videos in a lot of the projects but I can't find it, can anyone tell me what it is?

1 Answer

Ariel Aronica
Ariel Aronica
6,646 Points

I'm not sure what site you are talking about? The only site I know of and use for organizing tasks and projects is Freedcamp, but then again I'm new to the tech world. I didn't see what you are talking about in the Front End Development Track- must be another one! https://freedcamp.com/ Check it out though... It's pretty cool.