I love this, and can hardly believe the basic version is free. It's so intuitive, if a thought pops into my mind about something I need to do or remember, however trivial or non-urgent, I can quickly add it to the list and give it the appropriate time scale and urgency. Bravo.
Not too fancy; does the job I set up RTM as a contact in my Gmail so that I could just forward emails to "RTM" and automatically they'd show up on my to-do list. You can add "^tomorrow" or other notes to the subject line if you want RTM to prioritise it or put a deadline. It works great and my email no longer serves as a to-do list. Now when I go to send an email I am not derailed by reminders of tasks I don't have time for... You can use it on your computer or phone which us great. I wish the two synced faster but that costs $$.
Great app and service I just returned to rtm after a year without it trying to use work's systems. It's amazing how quickly I've become organised, and what a relief it is to be in control again. The recent design update on the website makes the service really strong.
It's good enough I got this to sync with whatever the task app is on Ubuntu. Can't remember the name. I prefer the interface on Ubuntu and tend to use that more than the app on my phone. Saying that, it is the best task manager I've come across so far. Don't like that you have to pay to get the widget.
Good To Do manager with pretty tight integration PRO ACCT USER since 2014 UPDATE : still runs silky smooth but latest update pushes features for power users that detracts from ease & speed of adding tasks w/tags, due dates, etc. Widget allows you to use Google speech-to-text to add tasks. I'd give it 5 stars if there were text shortcuts to add notes; a way to add tags, etc when using speech-to-text instead of having to edit the task manually later & that changes were automatically pushed to Google calendar vs the 3-4 hr delay.
Going from hectic to peace of mind With Remember the Milk, I know I won't forget anything I need to do because it is all written down. The app allows you to prioritize tasks on three priority levels, which works perfectly with the Franklin time management system of 1 (urgent), 2 (important), and 3 (neither). Furthermore, you can use the app offline and it will update the server when it gets an Internet connection. Hands down the best to-do list I've ever used.
* Improved: Time estimates entered in any language are now viewable in any other language (e.g. different language used between iOS and web apps, shared lists, etc).
* Improved: The "Daily Digest" overlay now has a close button.
* Fixed: Tapping a subtask on a widget would not open the task details in the app.
* Fixed: Tapping the "This Week" widget would open the Today view.
* And more...
More details at https://www.rememberthemilk.com/services/android/releasenotes/
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