To-Do Lists can help you get, and stay, on top of important projects and piles of tasks or decisions. For instance, imagine you’re heading a team that’s working on a project. There are so many tasks to do, and so many people doing them, that staying on top of it all seems overwhelming.
Mark the importance of the task next to it, with a priority from A (very important) to F (unimportant). Redraft the list into this order of importance. Then carry out the jobs at the top of the list first. These are the most important, most beneficial tasks to complete. You can also use software-based approaches to manage your checklist. You can often access these from anywhere, and they can often be synced with your Smartphone or PDA.
The checklists are prioritized lists of all the tasks that you need to carry out. They list everything that you have to do, with the most important tasks at the top of the list, and the least important tasks at the bottom.
Task checklist have each step written in details which need to be followed in chronological order. While To-do checklist include a list of personal things that need to be done one after the other or simultaneously over a fixed time period.