|If there were 2 ways to get home from work and one took 2 hours and the other was a shortcut that took 30 minutes, you'd probably take the shortcut. The only time you wouldn't take the shortcut was if there was some risk involved.|
In Listi.net shortcuts are a little bit harder to use, but once you're use them you'll see that they are worth the effort. I keep a number of lists in Listi.net that I access frequently, (Ideas, Favorite Songs, SQL, Problems, Things I like and things I hate).
If I had to find the list and move around by the time I got to my list I would have forgotten what I was looking for. In Listi.net, you define your own shortcuts. I've defined the following:
If I have an idea I want to save to my "idea list", I just need to enter the letter "i" in the input box and then add the new task to the list.