Ranked as “the best to-do list right now” by The Verge, Todoist is used by 25 million people to organize, plan and collaborate on projects, both big and small. Use Todoist to: • Capture and organize tasks the moment they pop into your head. • Remember deadlines with reminders and due dates. • Build lasting habits with recurring due dates like "every Monday". • Collaborate on projects by assigning tasks to others. • Prioritize your tasks with priority levels. • Track your progress with personalized productivity trends. • Integrate your tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Amazon Alexa and more. Available on any device, Todoist will quickly become your hub for getting work and life organized. Why you’ll love it on macOS: • Quickly add tasks from anywhere with cmd+shift+A. • Simply type details like "tomorrow at 4pm" and Todoist will recognize it all for you. • A Safari extension comes built-in to quickly plan your day and add websites as tasks. • All the power from macOS: Siri, Today widget, Share extension, and more. Happy organizing! • • • Questions? Feedback? Visit get.todoist.help or reach out on Twitter @todoist. *About Premium billing*: If you choose to purchase Premium, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew in your Apple ID Account Settings any time after purchase.
Seems like a really cool app with most of it's cool features locked behind a membership.
I haven't ponied up for the paid version, but I won't unless the app integrates better with Twist. My company mandated we use Twist, which is great, since we now don't receive junk mail and inbox clutter, but Twist is a disheveled mess at best, with no date sorting, and only flagging available to mark items needed to be done. My hope was Todoist would help me organize, but the automatic name that is generated is goofy when I have Twist create a Todoist (could be my company's job coding), but what I really would like to see happen is when you click the link in Todoist, it takes you to the job on the web version of Twist, and does not open the app.
A true productivity gold mine. You can make your system as simple or complicated as you want, and even the more intricate systems function well with not much brain overhead. My spouse and I both use this for work as well as for family tasks and projects. It's great to sync and assign tasks to each other and even across device platforms (iOS and Android). It's easy to get lists that overload your mind, but ToDoist makes it easy to wrangle these into manageable bites. We use a substantially modified GTD system and have struggled with other programs but the combination of Projects, Labels, and Due date allows you to play with the system until you find one that works. Highly recommend this app!
When Wunderlist sold out to MS, I just couldn't stomach going with them. After trying a few other apps, I settled on a free account with Todoist and am considering a payed account. It's a great GTD-style to-do list app that I've grown to rely on after the initial "this-is-different" learning curve has passed.
This is the best one. I love the ability to have everything synched between desktop and phone. My wife and I maintain our grocery list by sharing a project. I use recurring items to remind me to water the plants and add salt to the water softener. The inbox is awesome for a dumping ground so I don't forget about things. I love this app!
I've tried various methods and apps, including Evernote, Outlook, TickTick, and even a OneNote workflow. Todoist simply works the best for me and my workflow for both work and home. The steady and frequent improvements show the developer remains engaged and committed to improving the product.
I've been using ToDoist for over 3 years and LOVE IT. It's the most complete of all the apps I've tried and easily adapts to your lifestyle. Be sure to check out Carl Pullein's YouTube channel for an in depth breakdown on setup and daily use. THIS WILL change your LIFE!
I read about this task manager app in Tim Challies' modern classic, "Do More Better" and it has been a key elelment in my productivity system for the past 4 years. Very easy to use, very helpful! Do not use it as an information storage dtatabase (Evernot would be better for that). Rather, use this app exclusively as a task manager and it will dramatically increase your capacity to get stuff done!
This app really deserves a deeper dive and more insightful analysis on why it works, but for someone who's just writing this on the spur of the moment, I guess I'll say that, it may sound like faint praise, but if I could be bothered to write a review at all, you know it's actually a good product. There's lots of information available out there to help you maximize it's usefulness, but with a little bit of research it can really help you change your life in a lot of positive ways. I'm glad I downloaded it. Thanks to the developers for putting in the time and effort.
ToDoist has been my go-to todo list for years now. Over the last couple of months, updates have rolled out that have made the macOS app unresponsive, sluggish, and have a bloated feeling. Viewing subtasks, addimg comments, selecting tasks, etc. has all become very slow, even on new devices with a fresh install of macOS. Would love to see the performance improved soon. The simplicity that used to make ToDoist my favorite task manager have started to become outweighed by the lacking performance of the app itself.