Tododay won't let you go through a series of complicated things that create tags for life, work, etc., but will let you create to-do in the fastest and most elegant way, and not-to-do list functions, it will allow you to focus more on your to-do list. In Tododay, the to-do list will be divided into three categories: determine what can be done at a certain moment and cannot determine when it is completed and cannot do. So in this application, there are three main sections: "One Day", "Someday" and "Don't". In this case, you can add to the "One day" that can be determined to be completed at a certain time, for example, to buy milk at 7 o'clock in the evening, or to grab a concert ticket at 12 o'clock the day after tomorrow. "One day" can also be subdivided into "Today", "Important" and "Today's Important". If you add a lot of to-dos that are not good for viewing and focus, you can use one of these three filtering methods to rearrange the to-dos you expect to see. And put things that are not sure when they can be completed put into "Someday", such as going to Disney with friends, going to eat Sichuan food, but you can't determine the time. In order not to forget it, you can put it in "Someday". "Don't" is a list that you can't do, you can put in things you don't want to do or may interfere with your focus, and set the duration of it so to manage or motivate you to focus on you should do. For example, don't play games until 10 o'clock in the evening. There is also a section that is "Completed." to-do completed from "One Day" and "Someday" and "Don't" will be transferred to this section. The purpose of this section is to facilitate retrospective history and to quickly create to-do again. In "Completed", you can view and search for previously completed to-dos, and be able to quickly create the same to-do again. When creating a to-do, you can choose whether to complete at a certain time, or add a sub-to-do for this, and also select whether to mark the to-do as "Important", in addition, you can also choose whether to repeat the to-do. And you can customize the repeating time interval to meet the various needs of creating a to-do.