Julius Šakalys
Julius ŠakalysWeb application engineer

Todo list application for Mac which allows to paste in a list

Hi there, I am looking for a native application on Mac dedicated solely for to-do lists. I need a few common features in one package. 1. The ability to paste in a bunch of items in one go (Having a "new-line" separated list of entries); 2. Ability to reorder things (Because I know that someone will be suggesting evernote and other note apps); 3. Lightweight. To always stay in the background without consuming too much resources. 4. Compact. I.e. not taking up screen real estate. And a nice to have: Offline first. Reminders (from Apple) fail #1 Evernote fail #2 Notion fails #3 Wunderlist fails #1 -- I know there are many people who tried out various productivity tools, thought you might help a lad :)
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    Jessi Lu
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    With Zenkit you can organize your ToDo's in various ways or just use the simple list view. You can add several items at the same time. Just paste them into the field and you will be asked if you want separate items or just one. As well as adding items to a checklist within a task (custom field checklist). WIth labels and filters, it's possible to reorganize your list or just with easy drag and drop. You can also use it offline and with some short cuts.
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  2. I use NoteLedge for creating my to-do lists - I'm able to paste links in there, add sketches and stickers, and personalize them quite a bit even further, if necessary. It's also easy to keep all my files/notes organized and synced across my phone and my laptop. This app is a good choice to use for improving your time-management at work and at home, staying organized and efficient.
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    Todoist

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    Todoist matches all of your needs! 1. You can paste in items (and even have it recognize dates/projects) 2. You can reorder to your liking (or assign priority) 3. Lightweight on every platform 4. Compact - as small as you need it!
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    Julius Šakalys
    Julius ŠakalysWeb application engineer · Written
    Just realized that it's possible to rearrange task lists in Evernote :D
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