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.
At first I was skeptical about many features and most praises. But from the time I started using it, specially since I started subscribing to the premium account, I fell in love. And more and more I get impressed. To new and even old users, i suggest Carl Pullein's video series called "working with todoist". He shows the power of todoist that it hides behind the curtains of simplicity, while it actually has features that other apps can only dream of. It has an awesome support, great development, insane stability, magnificent tutorials and unbelievable user experience.
Used many to do lists over the years and this one is (currently) top of my list. One feature that is missing (hence 4/5 and not 5/5) is location awareness. I would love to get alerts when I am in a specific location, area, store, etc that I need to do or purchase something.
Todoist does not allow the insertion of a date into a task. Todoist did not reply to my emails asking for help. Todoist sends too many emails but did not see fit to respond to my request for assistance
Better than Any.do, Wunderlist, or Trello. Paid for pro and I'm happy with it so far. -Update 2/24/2017- Some of the features that keep me using it are: -Recurring tasks to build better habits and as daily reminders -easy natural language input for due dates (like 'today', 'tomorrow morning', etc) which also apply to reminders -The Karma meter is kind of like a metagame (like xbox achievements), also the streaks (weekly and daily) which keeps me using it like fitbit's daily goals for getting things done. -The nesting feature within projects is a big helper b/c you can break up a task into its finer points and keep track of it that way. To me this is one of the best points of the app. Still very happy with it and would recommend it to most anyone who wants to keep an organized and productive day to day scheduler in their pocket. ------end update--------
I think It would be better if your tasks don't dissappear after you've done them and you have them crossed out
The very best to-do app on the market. Simple to use but powerful if you want it to be. Pleasing on the eyes. Available practically everywhere, so you always have your reminders with you. Free version feels complete, yet the premium version offers so much more.
• 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
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