Make and Use Checklists Easily

Recently I started using Checkmarkable – a free online service to make and use checklists. Here’s how it works:

– You make a checklist, which is a template
– When someone wants to use the checklist, they create a “worksheet”.

That’s it! There are great features, such as being able to do steps out of order, and being able to flag a step while you’re working on it. I’ve used this for a few weeks now and it’s great for the processes that I need to make sure I do all the steps in. It’s very easy to use and edit the steps if needed.

If you want to see how it works, I have created a checklist (based on a PalominoDB blog post from a while back, which I cannot find to actually link to) for how to change the slaves in a MySQL master/master + slaves configuration to slave off the other master in the topology. Check it out here, and feel free to instantiate it for your own needs.

ETA: I realized I can show you another feature – embed a read-only copy of the checklist in a web page / blog post: