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Gone

An ephemeral to-do list

Gone is an ephemeral to-do list. All tasks will disappear within 24 hours of adding them. Complete your tasks each day before they go away.

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Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager

Never miss a task you need to do with Things 3. It is always easier if you can follow up smaller steps to achieve your project, this is exactly what Things 3 lets you do! It comes with really valuable features like reminders, quick finders, tags, drag-and-drop to-do lists, multiple windows and so much more!

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John Alexander
John Alexander- Growth @ shoflo
By far my favorite to date.
Warwick Purves
Warwick Purves- Mc Loving it?
It's really great, But they slam you on the price having to buy it for Desktop, Ipad, and Iphone. ( Almost $100) across the same eco-system. Plus no discount for having the 5-year-old version. Makes you wonder why Apple, Google, and MS can't build a good one. Google should just buy in and bang it into G suite.
Philip Amour
Philip Amour- Freelance Product Designer
Best GTD app! :)
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Business Insider
For those who like to stay organized, there are plenty of free apps out there that will get the job done. But while those apps - including Apple's own native apps, like Calendar, Notes, and Reminders - are adequate, shelling out for a third-party app is often worth it.
The Verge
Few apps have made a more valiant effort to rescue us from indolence than Things, the to-do list app for Mac and iOS from German software developer Cultured Code. When it debuted as one of the original iPhone apps in 2008, Things was notable for its strong compatibility with Getting Things Done , the popular productivity system.
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Fully automatic time tracking powered by deep learning

Memory AI doesn’t simplify time tracking; it fundamentally reinvents it.

The system collects data about your work activities and uses artificial intelligence to translate the raw data into meaningful timesheets.

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Timely
While automatic time tracking is great for individuals, it has the power to transform whole businesses for the better. To help get your team on-board with automatic time tracking, we've broken down the main benefits CEOs, managers and colleagues s...
Timely
You never have to log hours or make a timesheet ever again. And it's all thanks to automatic time tracking that uses AI to work out what you worked on.What is automatic time tracking?Automatic time tracking gets smart computers to track and catego...
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Microsoft To-Do is a simple and intelligent to-do list from the Wunderlist team. Whether it's for work, school or home, To-Do will help you increase your productivity and decrease your stress levels.

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Wilhelm Bacher
Wilhelm Bacher- Shaping the future of sales @ DemoDesk
Still not Wunderlist, but it's getting there and it's great to use in the iPhone app
Saurabh Yadav
Saurabh Yadav- Initiator-Enabler
Simple and sleek!!
Anmol Arora
Anmol Arora- Programmer
It has a nice widget to see your Day.
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MSPoweruser
Microsoft's to-do list app To-Do got updated in Windows Store yesterday. This update comes with some UI tweaks and improved startup time. Microsoft has also made Catchup card and To-Do list more accessible with this update. Find the full change log below. Improvement: We've made several tweaks to improve performance when opening the app.
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This is your life and it's ending ⏳ one minute at a time

Progress Bar OSX shows you exactly how much % of the year, month and day has progressed in your OSX menu bar. Inspired by Year Progress tweets

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Medium
3 month ago, I quit my job to follow my passion and make my own products. Progress Bar OS X was my second project in my 1 year challenge. This is the story of how I made it, specifically written to...
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Capture ideas, things to do and places to see

Wunderlist is the easiest way to get stuff done. Whether you’re planning a holiday, sharing a shopping list with a partner or managing multiple work projects, Wunderlist is here to help you tick off all your personal and professional to-dos.

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Arthur Eudeline
Arthur Eudeline- Web developer f***ing proven technophile
Almost perfect, it just lacks some tags system and infinite subdividing lists and projects
Ian Joshua Anderson
Ian Joshua Anderson- PM in NYC
Big fan of Wunderlist - simple enough to be easy to get started, but has some nice features that you can grow into (shared lists, NLP for due dates, etc.)
Suraj Dubey
Suraj Dubey
I still use this app on Android, iPad and web. Works beautifully across everywhere. Didn't notice it is being shut down. I know Microsoft has come up with its own todo and that's just terrible.
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Desk
Accidentally found out about the shutdown of Wunderlist which was announced already half a year ago. Why didn't you inform all current users by mail? Obviously, the shutdown Wunderlist is a big mistake, it will make users consider alternatives and as you know MS To-Do is not even getting close to Wunderlist.
TechCrunch
Microsoft acquired the popular mobile to do list application Wunderlist back in 2015, and now it's preparing users for its eventual demise with the release of its new application "To-Do," announced today. The new app was built by the team behind Wunderlist, and will bring in the favorite elements of that app in the months ahead, Microsoft says.
The Verge
Microsoft's purchase of Wunderlist creator 6Wunderkinder is official. Today the company published a blog post confirming the deal, which The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday. "The addition of Wunderlist to the Microsoft product portfolio fits squarely with our ambition to reinvent productivity for a mobile-first, cloud-first world," Microsoft's Eran Me… See more
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