Learning curve and pricey but powerful and unique It can take a while to get used to and is so advanced that it can even feel a bit geeky. However, once you get into the habit, which can take a little work then you realise how powerful the system really is. The ability to create contexts such as location based triggers is really useful and quite unique. However, I have a problem with the cost of the Windows app and I also think that in order to keep up to date with modern trends and be more efficient, they really aught to focus on a browser-based interface
I had used an earlier version of this app and eventually gave up.... I liked it but there were some deal breakers and a clumsy interface. But now, wow.. those issues have all been worked out. This app is miles ahead of the closest runner up in terms of features. Infinite sub tasks, dependencies, *extremely* flexible filtering... it rocks! The interface too has been greatly, greatly improved. This is for GTD enthusiasts that want the maximum power and flexibility. The bottom line... Pros: Very feature rich, infinite sub tasks, powerful filtering, good interface. Cons: A little expensive, no web app (although there is a desktop app, bleh). Even with the cons, the pros are so strong that it earns all stars. Nothing else even comes close.
All good, but for one feature! Android version of MLO should have app level password protection. It's too risky leaving such important business plan outlines on one's phone desktop.
Not Working I have a Lenovo Tab 2 A10-70F and use Google Keyboard, and I can't even add my first task bc the keyboard keeps glitching out. Please fix! I really need to organize my life lol
MLO has been my favorite task outliner/to do list program for several years now and the functionality just received a boost in version 2 for Android. Although I love the app, I will say that I wish there was a dark theme (for the Windows desktop as well!) and that the app truly synced with all features. One feature that I love about MLO 4 for Windows that came to MLO 2 is worskspaces. However, instead of created workspaces in the desktop program and having it sync to MLO 2 for Android, you have to set up workspaces on each device that you install MLO onto. In my opinion (and for the sake of efficiency, the setup should sync on all devices. I'll add a star once I see true sync functionality implemented. Other than that, MLO 2 makes working on projects and tasks easy. I highly recommend it. The learning curve is pretty high but once you understand the concepts as to how it works and what it's doing, I think you'll love it.
Projects are not projects but toplevel tasks Too time consuming user interface, I have a better app on my webOS device, but one of the best apps seen so far.
* bug fixes and stability improvements
* fixed an issue with future reminders after completion of a recurring task
* fixed an issue where MLO could not share task title to some text apps
* fixed an issue with manual task ordering
* fixed issues with grouping in widget
* fixed an issue where completed copy not created for a recurring task if it was completed in widget
* fixed an issue in Today view
* view re-building procedure has been optimized
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