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Simply.Digital - Goals & Tasks

Todo list to track your time & help set meaningful deadlines

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Organize your tasks into color-coordinated Goals (basically categories) and have the time you spend automatically added up both for reflecting on the past and seeing how booked you are looking forward. Scheduling works more like a paper planner, where you can jot things down for a specific date as well as weeks, months, or even just 2017.

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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.

Christian Westerlund
Love the feature My Day, will move permanently to Microsoft To-Do when they add the collaborative features from Wunderlist.
Kate- Community @Tierion
I just started using Microsoft's To-Do upon the announcement of Wunderlist's being shut down and I'm shocked at how much I love it! It's got the same core things I loved about Wunderlist— it's clean, simple, and deals exclusively in checklists. It's the exact replacement I was looking for!
Willie Morris- Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox
What about the app Microsoft is replacing it with? It looks pretty elegant.
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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Google Tasks for Mobile

Any task, any goal. Get things done.

Google Tasks for Mobile is the standalone tasks app for all G-Suite Users. Available on iOS and Android.

Yashu Mittal- Founder & CEO, CodeCarrot
Google Tasks is good for personal use.
Francesco D'Alessio- Productivity App Reviewer
I'd have to give this one to Google Tasks. Tasks is the most minimal of them all when it comes to managing to-dos. With Microsoft To-Do a close second, from the major providers.
Sam Rye- Founder
Google tasks is super simple. Doesn't currently offer collaboration features, but is available on the web.
TechCrunch
Along with today's big reveal of the redesigned version of Gmail, Google also more quietly introduced a new app that ties into its suite of productivity applications: Google Tasks. The app, as the name implies, offers you a dedicated place to create, view and edit your task list and to-dos, including those created from within the new Gmail or from Google Cal… See more
9to5Google
In addition to a leak late last month, the Gmail on the web revamp confirmed the existence of Google Tasks. Today, Google's new and unified to-do solution is available for Android with heavy "Material Design 2" stylings. Google Tasks is a straightforward app with the company emphasizing its cross-platform and cross-service capabilities.
The Verge
Google has finally admitted that a proper suite of office productivity apps needs to include Tasks. Alongside the launch of the new Gmail, the company is announcing integration with Google Tasks. In Gmail, you'll be able to drag emails over to the Tasks section of the web app to create a new to-do item based on that email.
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Todoist

Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

Todoist lets you keep track of everything in one place so you can get it all done and enjoy more peace of mind along the way.

You can get tasks out of your head and onto your to-do list anytime, anywhere, on any device – even offline.

Todoist helps over 13 million people feel more in control of their lives.

Phil
Great way to get an overview about your tasks.
George- SF author, ML enthusiast, Pythonista.
Once Wunderlist is gone (R.I.P.), this will be the app to use for to-do lists.
Andrew Bernstein- Founder @ Rapid Realtor Leads
Amen! I cannot live without todoist
The Verge
The best to-do list app will always be whatever works for you. One reason for the enduring popularity of pen-and-paper-based methods is that they can map perfectly to your individual needs. Bullet journals, which have surged in popularity in recent years, encourage you to pepper them with your own idiosyncrasies: widgets to track various goals, say, or lists… See more
Product Hunt
To-do list apps syncing to your phone, laptop, computer or any other device you own.
Product Hunt
Now that Microsoft has officially announced they're shutting down Wunderlist, what should I use instead? I'm not looking for a full project management tool, just simple collaborative task lists.
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/todo

A to-do list for your team inside Slack

Nichole Elizabeth DeMeré- SaaS Consultant & Community Growth
Create and manage your tasks without leaving your conversation.
Jonathan James- Always Reaching.
Works well using /todo Offers custom reminders and priority and assignments. Can be used in any Channel anytime instantly via /todo
Guillermo Gette- Founder of Workast
To-do bot lets you create tasks without leaving your conversations. Great addition if your team is on Slack, HipChat or Cisco Spark (Skype and Microsoft Teams soon!)
Medium
Slack is a digital workplace that connects you to the people and tools you work with everyday. To-do bot is a free application within Slack that helps you to create tasks, assign tasks to team members, set due dates and reminders, all without leaving the conversation.
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stickK

Empirically proven to transform goals into reality

stickK is a free goal-setting platform created by behavioral economists at Yale University. Unlike other goal-setting platforms, our methodology is specifically structured to help people leverage the power of incentives and accountability and is empirically proven to increase people’s chances of success by up to 3x.

Entrepreneur
As an entrepreneur or business owner you know the truth of the old saying that sometimes you have to spend money to make money. But, you also have to save money to have money! And saving more money consistently ranks as a top financial resolution people make each New Year.
The Seattle Times
Keeping New Year's resolutions is ultimately an internal struggle for us all. But there are things you can do to address that struggle and succeed. Share story Ah, the end of one year and the beginning of another. That contemplative time when the days are dark, the nights are long and we reflect - after waking fitfully at 3 a.m.
Villagevoice
Dieting apps are almost as old as app stores themselves, though at first these programs were little more than simple expansions on the tried-and-true food diary. The most popular meal-logging apps, like Calorie Counter and Lose It, now tap into vast online databases of foods and their nutritional content.
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Frond

Personal planning on the go... Make things easy!

Hi all,

I'm really excited to share that last week we launched Frond to the App Store. A personal project that's been bubbling in the background for almost two years, and started off as an idea, one late night, when I was trying to get organised with refurbishing my living room!

I'm passionate about technology, social events, art and travel, so have combined those together to bring frond to life!

I hope you enjoy using it, as much as we enjoyed making it!

The "elevator" pitch and a summary of what the app does:

Frond is the new, intuitive, collaborative and fun way to plan, organize, track, manage and share all your personal projects.

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Swoup

Reach your financial and life goals faster

Swoup saves you money when you shop so you can use that saved money to fund what's important to you: pay down student loan debt, fund a future education, support your favorite charities, or save for other goals like a wedding, vacation or retirement. Why use your money if you don't have to. Swoup does the work, all you do is swipe and shop.

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