The first time I tested Moo.do early 2017 I got the same feeling when I saw a spreadsheet for the first time (Lotus 123 in 1983): so easy to understand/use and so incredibly powerful for managing my tasks. With Moo.do, I can focus entirely on the structures of my activities/tasks/emails and I can evolve easily these structures without being limited by the software design. Yes, there are some glitches and a few missing features I am dreaming about. But the responsiveness of the Moo.do team and the solidity of the architecture do fully reassure me. If you are serious about task management (GTD and/or Kanban and/or your own stuff) give it a serious try.
Amazing productivity tool! Moo.do integrates Gmail and Google calendar and Drive, Evernote and even OneNote (which no other task app does) and task management and calendars and will create active contact links and organize it all in a flexible Kanban structure. I've followed this app since it started and the devs are clearly devoted to it cause it's really matured on both the web, Windows and Android! It's a bit of an unsung hero in the productivity world (especially with IQTell gone) but I highly recommend trying it. It has a learning curve so take your time and you'll enjoy it. By the way, the screenshots are outdated. It looks much better now.
Moo.do as a service is excellent. The android app has a few critical issues though that keep me from recommending it. The app seems to handle autocorrect poorly, particularly when backspacing, which I have to do frequently since the app seems to eat character inputs regularly. Occasionally, formatting doesn't update properly and I have to reopen the app to correct. And the agenda view, while incredibly useful is somewhat broken, I have accidentally collapsed days in the agenda with no apparent way to expand them, and if you open up the side drawer, you can still select headers to zoom into even though they are invisible.
but this app is just a wrapper and has an annoying bug: when archiving done tasks, the toast notification (like "Archived 2 tasks. UNDO?") remains there and never goes away!
I really really want this to work but it's so buggy on android! :( please fix the bugs so I can use it.
I really like the app and the layout, more than other to-do apps, but it's still buggy on android which can make it annoying to use
Improvements to widget and performance.