What do you use systems management? From the lists, what to buy, etc?


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Think about a service in this area and want to clarify that are advanced in the it people to improve such areas of life as trips to the shops.


I just today, for example, the wife in response to my call "What to buy?" sent in Gtalk link to Google Doc paper with a shopping list. For the same purpose would come 2buylist, and rememberthemilk.


I wonder whether the services that are more oriented towards food products? In just rememberthemilk to-do lists; no one bothers to make a list of "buy tonight" and add case "cheese" and "wine."


What about such things as calculate the approximate value of the products in the list? Advise where such a list is cheaper than in Auchan or Metro? Etc Anyone know services with such or similar functionality? Uses?


If not, what would I like? In General, welcome any thoughts on the subject :)
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The old fashioned way use a paper notebook and a phone to communicate with his wife
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About Web I forgot once out Shopper for iPhone. For Android too, must be a similar 100% Web IMHO And like to be on the computer and check on the paper you still have that need to pre-print. IMHO mobile shopping easier and more productive
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The way to calculate the approximate price of goods in the list... how is it? that is, it is clear But how you will make a database of millions of products, varieties, appellations, producers, and even so, that would obviously know that it is at the moment, say not in your Auchan, and for example in our shop on Leninsky Prospekt :)
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Things in the iPhone. This, however, is not a management system purchase, and system of GTD. There has got "In the shop", and write what you need to buy. When I leave the house, and the path runs past the store — look in the category "store". Of course, it's just a stupid list without any bells and whistles — not counting the cost or calculating the predicted value.
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Like all difficult.
Took paper and pen, sat down on the sofa/couch/chair/Desk and wrote everything I want. Don't need no Internet, no electricity, only a pen and paper.
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Use Notepad. From my point of view, the service is not promising, since writing the list is already excessive load to the trip to the store. You really don't want to deal with the special service for this
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Just use a paper notebook. Consider bringing advanced technologies to solve the problem of buying products at the store overhead.
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Leaves from the notebook they rule: ) sometimes the notes on the phone.
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