Ideas are other things, I think the most important aspect of writing them on paper is that you go away from computer and that helps me focus a bit. But for daily to-dos with 15-30 minutes task that I just have to tick off, nothing bets quick software
I typically write everything down in unorganized lists on paper.
Then later when consulting my team, I'll create an easy to decipher, digital
for easy distribution to everyone else who needs to see.
It's win-win. I don't have to be at a computer all the time
and it also allows my team to see all the scrawlings from my personal sketchbook.