Review from Niels Delporte
Good, but needs karma I'd like to be able to see my karma in the app :-) but not hidden away in a menu. It'd be cool if you could see the karma flowing in whenever you earned some :-) it shouldn't be obtrusive though, subtlety would do the trick, but make it so so you can check more about your karma and graph in the app itself. The previous
June 11, 2013Niels, completed sub-tasks should stay crossed out until their parent is completed and parent tasks should be removed after you change the view (go to a different project and back). Is this happening within project of on the 7 days view? Does deleting the app and installing 1.2.8 help? Contact: https://todoist.com/Support_Android/ with details.
Need a task manager that is everywhere that you are? Then look no further. I love that Todoist integrates with every service that I use and many more that I don't but could one day. It doesn't matter if I'm online, checking my email, at home, in the office, or in my car, I always have a way to get a task into Todoist. Plus it's updated regularly and they are committed to being the best online task manager money can buy and it shows. The app is clean and is easy to use and understand. It also has a great help section and customer support team that responds quickly. Keep up the great work. It is a pleasure to use Todoist to help make sense of my daily responsibilities.
I'm not one to place reviews unless they are warranted. For years I've been looking for ways to mange my productivity and have now found it. This app not only helps me manage my work tasks, but also my families tasks at home. We share projects, organize tasks, and even assign chores for the kids. We have shopping lists, temples for seasonal projects, and personal lists for our own productivity. I could go on and on how this has helped, but you need to try for yourself to see.
New design ruins usability Until recently, Todoist was hands-down the best app I'd ever found for android, and the only app for which I've ever been willing to pay annual fees to use the premium version. The new design is all about style over substance and makes it more difficult to manage tasks, so I'm looking for an alternative.
Plenty of filtering and sorting options, but not many color categories to choose from and not very new-user friendly. Personally, I prefer Any.do's group-style layout and notification system. Todoist just feels like "Gmail lite" ...like I'm sending myself an email, labeling it, and dropping it into a folder with a reminder. Also, the PC version seems buggy and doesn't want to save dates at times.
Has everything you'd want from a task-manager-type app, definitely worth trying. A few minor problems: the swiping left to right action for the menu sometimes interferes with/gets confused with the same action for completing a task. Also if you work primarily by looking at projects, the menu system can be a bit tedious, as you have to reopen the projects drop down menu when starting the app.
One of the best apps around. I find really useful the possibility of nesting everything, from tasks to projects, apparently without limits. The only small things I regret are the lack of the possibility of setting a duration/start date for a task nor its stayus, the absence of a percentage/status bar of completion for parent tasks, and the fact that the "today" view doesn't show the high-priority unscheduled tasks.
• New and more powerful filters!
• Improve viewing attachments in other apps
• Improve authentication layout in tablets
• Prevent duplicate symbols on the quick add
• Fix rare crash when authenticating
• Fix adding tasks11 in today / next 7 days with smart date recognition disabled