This is a powerful approach to task management and despite the following issues, I highly recommend this application. 1. Email does not show properly and it often clips the right side of the message with no option to scroll horizontally. So it cannot be used for email reliably. There are some clunky solutions like the only way to un-complete a task you have accidentally completed, which is way too easy to do, you must choose an obscure drop down menu and choose multi-select to get access to the needed functions. I'm sure this app is easier to use on bigger screens.
Screen shots of ios interface, deceptive and lazy.
[THANK-YOUS] (1) Unicode / emoji hashtags support Like #🏠 instead of #home . (2) the notification work flawlessly. I haven't experienced a single drop lately. [HOPES] (1) an undo button for Android users. Months of work lost after an accidental erase. (2) the Unicode character emoji support is really buggy. It kind of works on my phone but not in the web app
Tried Wunderlist, Todoist, Any.do, Keep, Evernote, etc. All too constrained an interface to truly free my mind with tasks and notes in one place. Started using workflowy but that was missing recurring tasks and due dates. This has not only that but Gmail and drive integration. So far so good. Working on transferring all info to Moo.do. Premium version looks to be in my future.
Any plans for other major email providers like Microsoft in the future?
Moo.do is currently my most loved task and organising app. I love the flexibility and appreciate the many powerful features. The app has matured a lot and is now reliable and feature rich. I just wish for a mind map view and Evernote integration. The mobile app would profit from some polishing.
Improve error handling in cases where authentication fails.