Review from Danielle L
Pretty and intuitive Very stylish and easy to use. Would like to see ability to set tasks to repeat, and an overall task list by date due - e.g. today, tomorrow, this week, this month.
I have used this on android, ios, browser, Desktop, and Windows phone. I have been equally impressed on each platform. This app has kept me on track for school mostly. There hasn't been a single thing that I dislike about this tool and I will continue to use this. Update: My thoughts haven't really changed much. I still absolutely love it but there's one feature that would make my life so much easier. Integrate OneDrive and Google Drive please!
Edit: I'd really appreciate being able to set a reminder on a day which it isn't due. As of now, I can only remind myself in the morning of the due day and that's a bit pointless for me. Still a very good app regardless but that would be good :) thanks. Excellent app, love how easy it is to edit tasks. I'm so pleased how I'm able to set due dates and it will show me tasks due regardless of what list they're on if I go to Today. Looks great, can access my account via the app on different devices and very user-friendly.
Like the interface which comes with many powerful features without sacrificing ease of use, so basically great. However there are a lot of great to do list apps and you can not afford to have even one let down feature. For Wunderlist the one thing that lets it down for us is the lack of flexibility of the widgets. Seriously why does it need to take up the whole width of the phone screen? Let us make it smaller and change transparency and colours and font size. I need my tasks on my main work screen but I only have space for a 2x2 or even 2x1 widget.
This could possibly be the best to-do list app there is if only the subtasks actually appeared on the list and in the actual widget together with their tickboxes. The app is simple enough, intuitive and does what you would expect from it. The subtask option is one of the reasons I chose this app over others. Its such a great feature however its absolutelly wasted if you have to open the task (even from the widget) everytime you want to tick a completed subtask. I would have given you 5 stars otherwise.
I've only used it about a week and already feel more organized and ready to tackle my day and my projects. I tried another ToDo management system that was really great, but after the trial ended I would've had to pay $25 bucks to continue using it. I never have, and I don't think I will EVER pay $25 for ANY app. But this is way better than any app I've tried after. Thanks for the easy on eyes UI and simplicity. I'm complicated enough. I don't need anything more complex than me trying to "keep me organized".
I LOVE Wunderlist and use it for both work and personal organization. Being able to break down projects and tasks is wonderful, so I use the sub-checklist feature regularly. I have it synced to my calendar and also use the reminders feature so I never forget anything, especially important appointments, and can see at a glance if I'm free at any given time. Some lists I never check off, such as family medication lists and the usual packing list, so I have those wherever I go. I also use it to have a shopping list synced between all devices (and shared with my husband's account) so I can add things whenever I think of them. I highly recommend this to anyone and am so grateful someone recommend it to me.
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