A little late to this thread, but man, making lists and organizing information in general has always been a real joy for me. The earliest example I can remember was an ongoing Word doc I had of “Pokémon Ash Has Owned,” each Pokémon listed with the anime episode number Ash received it and the episode he released it.
More recently, I’ve outsourced things that would’ve been lists to services like Goodreads and Letterboxd, but those to-watch to-read lists have become so bloated that I’ve come back around to Notes app lists for “books to ACTUALLY read next,” a shared note for movies my partner and I both want to watch, stuff like that. I find myself absentmindedly looking at those lists like I used to/sometimes scroll social media. There’s a weird joy in beholding a list of stuff you like.
One last disjointed thing to say. I haven’t been able to find a service for tracking video games that does everything I wanted in a simple way, so I still track those on my own spreadsheet. I’m stretching the definition of a list here lol. Left side is purchase info, right side is completion info. Gray is for collections, green is for games I beat, blue is for ongoing games that I rolled credits on:
Is there a consensus on a service to keep track of games among the Credit Inserters though? Still interested in something where I can more easily just see box art for “Games Completed 2020,” stuff like that.