Forced-choice Prioritizer


  1. Get confused as to where to start on a big list of things to do.
  2. Start a new prioritization.
  3. Enter in the items you want to prioritize.
  4. Compare each item against each other item until each item has a unique ranking.
  5. Do the things in the order given, or use that order as a guide to drive your next decision.


You can save prioritizations, but they’re all stored in your browser’s local storage. Nothing ever comes back to this server, and you can poke into your browser’s Developer Tools to clear out local storage and it will affect nothing.


A long while ago I had written a forced choice prioritization tool based on a very early and crappy server-side tool that existed on some investment website or something years ago. I love the idea of being forced to prioritize a complex list of things by comparing two items, and so I decided to rebuild it using modern JavaScript, Vue, and using local storage to save your old prioritizations.