Everdo: to-do list and GTD® ap

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About this app

Everdo is a to-do list manager designed for GTD® (Getting Things Done®).

Everdo is privacy-focused, offline-first and multi-platform. Your data is only stored on your device and syncing is optional. No account or internet connection is required to use the app. The app is available for all major platforms, including desktop operating systems.

Some highlights:

- All GTD lists are included: Inbox, Next, Waiting, Scheduled and more
- Areas provide separation of high-level commitments
- Labels help you organize actions and projects
- Projects to keep track of goals and commitments
- Filtering by tag combinations, time and energy
- Notebooks to store non-actionable items

Everdo Free allows you to create and track up 5 Projects at the same time and create up to 2 Areas.
Upgrading to Everdo Pro removes all limits. To learn more, go to https://everdo.net

Sync options:

- No sync (offline use only)
- Local Network-based sync (included in Everdo Pro and Free)
- Encrypted Sync Service (optional, additional payment required)

Find out more about Everdo at

- https://everdo.net
- https://help.everdo.net/docs
- https://forum.everdo.net

Getting Things Done®, GTD® are registered trademarks of the David Allen Company. Everdo is not affiliated with or endorsed by the David Allen Company.
Updated on
Sep 6, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

73 reviews
Ruben Henriquez
February 20, 2022
So much potential! This is the only GTD app that stays true to the method. The problem is the UI. It's not very intuitive, and there's no dark mode. Those are the two stars I left out. I don't want to keep using Todoist, which isn't very good for GTD, but Todoist is a lot easier on the eyes and intuitive. If Everdo can work on that, it would be amazing. Update: It's not free either, and VERY expensive. Now I know why it isn't more popular. Nice try 😑
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Test for echo
June 16, 2022
Very good app. The way it lists tasks with additional notes, tags and dates is perfect for me. It's missing two features, IMO: 1) sort by date. I'm using the app to keep track of college assignments and it's showing tasks due in 3 weeks ahead of tasks due next week, which are priority; 2) an option to show date instead of "Due in Xd". Additionally, a dark theme would be interesting.
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July 9, 2023
A pretty good app. I like that it can be installed on Linux too. The pro version is a one off payment that a very reasonable price. So it's a better choice for me over Nirvana for that. I'd say the UI is not as clean as Nirvana but it's still good and well worth the money. Last update was a little while ago though so not sure if it's still actively developed. But it's a relatively simple app so not much to go wrong anyway.
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What's new

Bug fixes.