Terrible usability for a shared shopping list use case I don't understand the good reviews here. I installed this to test sharing a shopping list with my partner. It turns out you can't share lists from the app. Viewing permissions on a list has a learn more link to their website which returns a 404. It does let me share a single task. That doesn't end up being useful for a shopping list though as you can only mark tasks as complete and add text notes. There are no checklists that apps like Trello or Google keep provide. It seems like there is no simple lightweight way of just having a shared checklist in the way that Google keep provides.
I've been using Remember the Milk for a long time and I can't imagine how I would be productive with anything else. The app makes RTM very convenient to use. I wouldn't be able to stay on top of my to do list without it!
One of the best todo list programs out there. The free version is very capable without even needing a subscription. A few oversights in features, which according to their forums they've known about for years, so there's some neglect here. Nonetheless a very good app.
I've been using RTM for a decade long now and I can't find any equivalent app which is so simple & yet powerful for task management. Still I feel there is a good scope to improve this in terms of rule confimation for direct integration with email accounts, bank accounts & other utility accounts, there by the tasks can be self manager automatically for a more seamless monitoring, in the form of a dashboard. As a aspirant of highly organized way of living, I gave do many ideas & enhancements around this tool and I'm more than happy to be contacted by email for any inputs around the enhancements if RTM. Cheers !!
From palm pilot to Catch to Springpad I've arrived at rememberthemilk hoping this one would last. So far very good! I really like how I can send emails directly to it. I would like it more if it had an option to have a password or code to get into it. That would make it just that little bit more secure which would be nice.
It makes checklists, but not in the sense of grocery lists, in the sense of to do lists. The things I really like are the ability to make reports (i.e., what have I done in the last week) and the fact that it runs on nearly everything. Really handy.
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