I was looking for different apps to maintain a mood journal, daily tasks, to dos, and notes. Then I found this app, and it has everything I need. It’s the 1st and last app I use everyday. So far I’ve noticed a few things that aren’t as intuitive, like the planner in vertical view should be sorted by time. Also I’m not finding the task tab very useful, it’s only showing me old tasks for some reason (might be user error). Overall this is a solid app, I look forward to the updates and fixes along the way. Cheers to the dev squad!
I want to like this app, but they make it so hard. Italians... it's not pasta...how many apps and subscriptions does one man need.
Overall a great concept, however, the integration with iOS Reminders is subpar and customer support needs improvement. While the app imports all of the reminders from iOS, the uncompleted task do not automatically transfer to the next day. So, if you have uncompleted tasks, you will have to go back and search for them, potentially missing a deadline. Also, the same reminders occasionally cannot be moved to another date. Whenever I tried to change the date in imported iOS reminders, after saving them with a new date, the system reverts back to original date. Frustrating. Lastly, I have contacted the support on several occasions regarding this and some other issues and so far it has been owls and crickets. The app holds much promise, but they have ways to go in terms of functionality and customer service.
Can not sync Mac and iPhone app versions, even though I logined to both of them as using appleID, they don't act as one app and require separate sync with calendar and goal set up. UI is a bit confusing
Obviously it would be great if it somehow had integration with an email client, but that's a big ask. The one thing I haven't figured out or is missine is the ability to create a list of habits to choose from each day. From what I see, I have to enter the daily habits. If I figure it out, I will definitely change to 4 stars.
A couple of months into this app now and I’m finding the Projects and Task areas difficult to manage. In the Projects area things are messy. It’s a giant area to dump things without much order or consideration for productivity or efficiency. It would be great to see something here like Boards or a way of viewing pieces of the project as they are being worked or completed. As for Tasks, it also feels messy. Some tasks hidden when I want to see them others showing all the time when I don’t want to see them. The task area doesn’t feel organized for a large project and doesn’t seem intuitive either. I’m hoping the developers can find a way to take what others are saying here and bring some additional options. I love working in the App and enjoy the day view a lot. I’m not a fan of how the calendar looks from the iPhone. Much to be explored! Previous Review: I have been reviewing this app for several days now. Using the one week free trial really isn’t enough time to test things out and really get a sense of what will work, replace what I am currently using, and mostly to determine if this will bring a sense of well being to my days AND a the same focus for high productivity that I enjoy with Things3, Timepage, and Bear. As of this morning I felt a new sense that this could be a good application to bring moving parts into a central place where I can see them in one place. I am liking that feature quite a bit. I am not sure it will out perform Things3 but am willing to give it a go for a bit. And then this morning there was a BIG update so I was pleased to see the changes and increased attention that Developers are bringing to this app. I wish there were more users so we could band together and create an amazing experience as we use and perfect it. Maybe that will happen as well. I love writing some things in paper journals. I also appreciate digital in many many ways. If things keep improving, it feels like they are, this could stand out for digital journal experiences. I’m holding out a higher rating until I have more time and to see if widgets and audio recording make the list. Plus more ways to customize how habits can be added from a drop down menu item instead of just having the visual samples currently showing.
I started to use this on ipad first. When it comes to productivity apps, you should give up either user-friendliness or the aesthetics most of the times. This app got it all so I loved it. The Mac Version tho, I cannot use my favorite dark green theme. I should choose between brightass white or sadass black. Please bring the three lined icon next to the calendar in ipad app to mac app too.
I really wanted a cool app like this but literally EVERYTHING has to be payed for
I adore timepage, actions, and flow. I was hoping this would be the mother of all planner apps. I dive in and the app froze on my phone, on the desktop I felt lost. I prefer the timepage app. Maybe bring timepage to the desktop =)
MacBook task managers are fairly limited, so I’m testing out the free trial to see if this application helps me at all. A lot of the task managers that I have downloaded so far have a lot of features that are hidden under a premium subscription cost, and the majority of them do not have all the features that I am looking for. If Tuesday of next week rolls around and I’m still not sure about the app, I’ll probably cancel my trial and settle for a daily task manager that is cheaper. There is also a phone app option, which is nice but I’m only really interested in a version to use on my MacBook. So far, these are my pros and cons for Moleskine Journey: Pros: -Simple interface with an appealing aesthetic -A clean design for the “My Day” page where I can see my events, tasks, habits, mood tracker, and daily notes/diary -Projects are pretty, easy to customize, and can be categorized with different tags -Events and appointments from my calendars are automatically imported into my day for easy viewing Cons: -Expensive, probably only because of the Moleskine brand name -Not the most user friendly, it is difficulty to find sections such as settings or editing options -Automatically imports ALL calendars, and there is no option to only select specific calendars -Not as customizable as I would like, and the main screen looks nothing like the advertised images from the App Store (which is what I was hoping for when I downloaded). -There’s no way to add sub-tasks or steps underneath a particular task -It would be nice if I had the option to choose to look at a whole week at a time or only one day -The app is irritatingly slow when trying to view a different day So far, I’m not too impressed. But it does seem to be better than other task managers such as MeisterTask, OmniFocus, and Smart Tasks.