Best To-Do list app by far. I have tried almost all of them and this one takes the cake. It has a clean, simple, and minimalistic UI with lots of available customization and hidden features. The free version is a bit limited but the Premium offering is well worth it for the price. The way of writing a to-do, in a text message format, is brilliant and very well thought out. However, it does take a bit of getting used to. Once you do, though, the shortcuts available and smart date suggestions are incredibly useful. The ubiquity of platforms, great features, and amazing UI/UX make this app amazing!
I loved this app! not sure what all the features are but it's a great app for reminding me what tasks I have to do and letting me check them off, please though PLEEAAAAASE, if you see this devs; can you add like a sound that plays when you check or a different one for when you finish all tasks? not sure if there is as I usually keep my sound off but that would be cool. One more thing, can you make it so when you complete your daily tasks the message instead reads like, Done or congratulations! you've completed your daily tasks! then maybe something like now you can sit back, relax, and order pizza, that'd be funny
I can't figure out how to make repeatable tasks. I'm sure it's there I'm just missing it. The knowledge base wasn't any help either. Edit: the developers were very quick to respond to my review and the issue I was having and they solved it. I now give this app a solid 5 stars. Well worth it especially with the quick responses!!
Love watching my tasks topple over as I smash through them. The colour coding is great too, you add your general tasks to a main list which is one colour, then anything that matters or important in bright colours, so it tells you if your spending too much of your days on the day-to-day rather than the big stuff that will make you happy!
2015: Natural language task due dates, attractive design, priorities, and other features are all great. Unfortunately, you can't delegate tasks on the fly but must add someone to an entire project. Despite my issue with delegation, I live and die by this all though mostly on desktop. Good stuff. 2017: Though I still wish I could delegate on the fly, this app continues to be the most important tool to organize my personal and professional life. I can't say that there have been any game changing features. The true two way calendar sync is nice though there wasn't an iftt recipe to do something similar. I have not invested in todoist business as it doesn't have features that I'd like to see on a true business class app - analytics to understand worker productivity and easily manage overdue tasks (ie. Notices to managers when a team member has an overdue task). I use premium and that works fine for me and most of my team with an exception or two is on the free version.
The subscription price is a bit on the steep side (todoist is pretty useless in non premium form) but it is well worth it for the productivity gains I have experienced. I used to be an anydo user and todoist is simply far more powerful. I also love how well they have adopted the material design language and truly made their apps look native on each platform they're on.
• Show project hierarchy in Quick add when selecting a project.
• Cache all attachments for offline access, not just media files.
• Changes after editing a task aren't immediately reflected in the task list.
• Launcher icon opens Quick add after using the Quick add shortcut icon.
• Sound keeps playing after audio attachment is deleted.
• Crash when opening an attachment after removing the storage permission.
• Filter "-5 days" doesn't work.
• And a few other fixes.
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