Currently have too many yearly subscriptions and hoping there's something like Todoist.
- I use Trello boards & cards for to do lists. You can use the Card Repeater power up for daily tasks that reoccur, which saves time. https://help.trello.com/article/...
- Riter is a task management web-based tool which our team is currently working on. A free version of Riter has no limitations on a number of users, projects, functionality, and time limits. You can work with project groups, projects, tasks, and todos within tasks.
- I used to Asana for teamwork, but it can be good for personal using.
- Notion really has been the one app to do all the things that I need for it to. Folders, spreadsheets, task management, calendars, distraction-free writing space, and cute emoji icons to give to your folders. They have paid options, but I use this thing religiously on the free plan, and it's definitely fulfilled my needs. Definitely worth trying! I can't praise them enough. ♥
- Paul Danyliuk made this productShameless plug 😁 I’ve just launched it, and there’s quite some work to be done until the majority of people can use it effectively. And it’s only for Android for now. But if you’re interested in something fresh, and don’t mind an early product, please do try my app. It will have a subscription plan along a one-time-purchase tier (more features in the former), but if you support the app now, you can get a discount OR buy an option that will unlock all features, including subscription ones, at a flat fee for lifetime.
- I am using Nuclino for task management. It's a beautiful, lightweight and flexible tool. What I like most is that it's intuitive and instantly works without any setup or configurations. You can customize workspaces and boards to fit your workflows and processes.