First of I rarely write reviews but I really like this app it’s simple , organized and the future I enjoy the most that it work on all my devices it made getting things done a lot easier 💕💕 I highly recommend it
This app is incredible. It is impeccably designed from the bottom up to be easy to use, intuitive, and FAST. The gamification aspect of the app — where you receive Karma for completing tasks and hitting goals — is a stroke of pure genius. The Karma literally motivates me to get all of my tasks done. When you use this app, you can absolutely tell that the team puts their end users at the center of their product’s design. From features like reminders and infinitely nested projects, to small things like being able to customize todoist’s look and feel to make it feel more at home for you, to literal *blog posts* showing you how to recreate the Eisenhower Matrix in the app, everything about the experience is engaging, and I have never been more productive in my life than when I started using Todoist. Not only is their product great, but the ethos of the company — “ambition and balance” — highly resonates with me. At this point, I’d pay for Todoist Premium just to support Todoist. Now this isn’t to say there isn’t room for improvement. Voice-to-text can be a little buggy, they’re a bit aggressive with asking for your contacts up-front when clicking on the “+” button within the shared project screen, and I would *really* love to see the Google assistant app be given some TLC (a lot of my TODOs are random thoughts that I would just love to shout at my assistant and then forget about. There’s a lot of potential here). Todoist is more than just an app for me: it is an essential tool that enables me to live a happy life. My entire life I’ve struggled with forgetfulness, absentmindedness, and feeling a lack of control over my life because I couldn’t keep track of all the things I needed to get done. I finally felt like I started to gain some control with Google Inbox’s reminders, and became heavily dependent on them. When Google retired Invox, I actually had a minor panic attack because I didn’t know how I was going to cope with going back to having no way to remember everything I needed to get done. In retrospect, it was a blessing in disguise because searching for an app to fill that gap is how I found Todoist. I feel everlasting and endless gratitude towards Todoist and the Doist team for building a product that continues to help make me the best and happiest I can be every single day.
It is an absolute pain to get this to work with Siri. I don’t know why I can’t say “remind me to x”, where it would go to my Apple Reminders, then copy over to Todoist. Instead you have to pronounce Todoist 50 different ways, of which not a single one works.
Great app. A digital to-do list that has amazing watch integration. Made doing tasks fun and easy
I am a Todoist beginner. I’m 72 yrs old and have a slight memory problem( that’s why I use a task app). My problem with your help instructions is that they are for a more advanced person then a beginner. Take the words hyperlink or template. Nowhere are they explained. Also your videos, they talk so fast and move so fast you can’t understand them. I just want to say that I downloaded 12 apps and trying them out before finding Todoist. It’s just (almost) perfect. Thank you!
this app can and will hack your phone. do not by any means download it.
I agree with others that this interface is very intuitive and useful. The one thing that bugs me consistently is that I want to be able to have things in my to-do list for “today” that aren’t necessarily “due” today. A lot of projects require sustained work over time, and I want to be able to keep them at the forefront without feeling like a procrastinator when I inevitably push them to the next day’s list. Just a thought for the developers! 😉
Todoist works and has kept me organized. As an independent consultant who hold between 10 - 25 different client contracts at any time, todoist keeps me focused and calm.