It's a highly polished to-do app: implements Material Design, supports Android Wear and notifications, syncs to the cloud, and has clients for a surprising number of platforms. The company responds promptly when I report issues. I even consider it a plus that their pricing model appears sustainable: they charge a reasonable annual amount for labels and filters, which serious users will want. That said, there are some rough edges, and Todoist just gives you building blocks. If you're here to do GTD, you may find it challenging to define projects, labels, and filters that make sense for you.
Highly useful I highly recommend this task management app. Have already asked my two overseas clients to start using it. The only problem is there is no active way of keeping track of your completed tasks. This feature must be incorporated for those who want it.
Great app, crappy big widget I like this app overall but am really annoyed with the lack of space-economy in the big widget. In Todoist i can see only one or two items whereas with Wunderlist I see 5 items in the same widget size. Overall, the app is well thought-out and a boon to my organizational efficiency.
Where has this been my whole life? Totally hits the spot when it comes to getting on top of things. As I use it, I'm sure I'll come up against a few things. But, as a new user, I am way happy.
Powerful Task management tool ToDoist is a powerful Task management tool. It's quite intuitive. However, don't expect to realize its full potential without investing some of your time to learn how it works.
Very good To-do App Very useful. My favorite to-do app that I have found so far. Use it both for work and personal life. Even sprung for the premium version, although not necessary to do.
• Fix date parsing in Finnish
• Improve date parsing in German and French
• Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
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