Task Paper: Add Pending Tasks To SpringBoard/LockScreen As Wallpapers

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Task Paper: Add Pending Tasks To SpringBoard/LockScreen As Wallpapers

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After downloading the application, you’ll be taken to the home screen of the app. Here, some lists will already be available by default. The + sign at the top right corner will let you create your own list. The Settings menu has two toggles for Extended Menu and Auto Correct. The Extended Keyboard will allow you to add Emoji icons and numbers to the task defined in the last.

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There’s a checkmark option at the bottom of the list screen, tapping which will mark all the added tasks as completed. The all option will display the tasks that have been completed, while the todo option takes you to the tasks that are still pending. After making the desired task list or selecting the default one, tap the arrow at the bottom right corner of the screen

You’ll be redirected to a new screen and given two options; to mail the list to your contacts (you can edit before doing so), or create a wallpaper for the list. After the wallpaper has been created, it’s going to display the pending tasks from the list. The wallpapers are there by default, but you can tap the Photos option at the bottom left to add your own, while the Text color option at the bottom right lets you select any color for the tasks. When you’re through with everything, hit the Save button at the top right corner of the screen.

The created wallpapers can be added to the SpringBoard or the lockscreen. However, every time the task list is completed, a new wallpaper has to be created for the new list. If you want don’t want to miss out on your pending tasks, this app is worth a shot.

Task Paper is a free of charge download from the App Store. Let us know if you try it out. For a Cydia tweak of the same functionality, check out Reminders+.

Adeel Qayum

Love to create content for the readers.

  • Andres

    Totally useless! As “simple” as taking snapshot and placing it as lockscreen from any existing task manager.