Hello everyone ! I'm currently looking for the best free to-do app in the world! To achieve this impossible quest, I want to found an app that corresponds to this standards : - must be FREE (at least for the next features) - can be interconnected with Google Calendar (as Wunderlist or Google Tasks does it) - the tasks can be : -- time estimated and due to a date and a time (like Remember the Milk) -- repeated -- subdivided into subtasks (like Trello allows it with "convert to card" todo feature, but I prefer Todoist way for this) -- categorized to a custom classification (like "work", "school", ... like Remember the Milk does) -- handle a description text -- assigned to a task list/project -- handle comments (Trello, Wunderlist) - the task lists/projects can be subdivided and be encapsulated as many times as we want (I really love the Todoist method) - task lists/projects, categories and tags can be shared and allow team working (like Wunderlist and Remember the milk) -- we can assign lists/projects member to a task (Trello, Remember the Milk, Wunderlist) Secondary features that can be very cool : - API - Interconnection with Slack and Trello Services I already tried : - Trello (a little bit complicated for using it as a todo even if it matches almost all my needs) - Google Tasks (too simple, cannot be shared, no subproject, too simple subtasks) - Todoist (perfect but paying) - Wunderlist (Almost perfect, it just lacks some tags system and infinite subdividing lists and projects) - Remember the Milk (pretty perfect except the subdividing feature that I love so much is only on paying plans) As you can see, I love todos. If you find me the perfect app, you're going make me more than my day! So that the game begins as we say.
- Thanks Brennon for recommending TickTick and those who upvoted here! Thrilled to share your love for TickTick! For those who are new to TickTick or thinking about giving the app a try, here is some more info: TickTick is your lightweight all-in-one task manager. With TickTick, one can embrace all the essential Getting Things Done (GTD) features, including: - Add, schedule, organize your tasks, and get reminded on time - Folder, List, Task, Subtask - complex projects are handled as a breeze - Collaborate efficiently with family, friends and coworkers through shared lists, notes, attachments and comments - Stay productive from anywhere with cross-platform syncing - iOS, Android, Mac, Windows and Web on your phone, tablet, computer, watch and browser extensions - Integration with voice assistants, Slack, Zapier, IFTTT and Spark Besides, TickTick is also widely loved by the app’s built-in and advanced features, such as: - Calendar: with five calendar views, check and handle your agenda at a glance - Habit tracker: develop some good habits with check-in system and goal settings - Pomo Timer: practice the Pomodoro Technique to stay concentrated and get more things done - Markdown: minimum input efforts, maximum output effect; enjoy a variety of text formats and an ever more smooth note-taking experience - Kanban board: easily switch between list and kanban view to customize to your favorite workflow And much more to explore! Learn more about how TickTick can boost your personal and team productivity: https://bit.ly/ticktickproducthunt
- Fully integrated with Google Calendar, allows dragging tasks from to-do lists directly onto your calendar, time estimates, due dates, time tracking, subtasks, comments, etc. They seem to be adding new features every month and are super responsive to user feedback
- Hey Arthur, I can recommend Zenkit as a great free todo app. It can be integrated with Google Calendar and accommodates to the other features you are seeking. We've also recently released the newest version, so you can enjoy a sleek design with other ways to share your data. I work closely with the dev team, so I can pass on any feedback you may have. :)
- Todoist, perfect if you pay, in free plans it remains very useful but you're going to spend your time to dream to had the paying features for free
- Great for day work and taking notes, not so good as a todo app
- Hygger is perfect for working routine and to-do listing. The functionality of this tool allows specialists to create and allocate the tasks, add and change checklists, see the project backlog page and execute other necessary activities! Make sure yourself trying it right now!
- Vasil Enchev made this productTry Ora, most of the things you want for free are in the basic Ora plan, all except Task Repeat (Yeah, I'm not exaggerating, they actually are there and they are free for up to 3 members)
- Connects with Google Calendar, available across most platforms and most features you expect are available in Free Version. I keep switching back and forth between Todoist and Anydo but since you didn't mention it on your list I'm adding it here
- Remember the Milk is almost perfect, except the subdividing feature that I love so much is only on paying plans and I'm not a big fan of the app name and the interface looking (I'm too rigid I know) but this point is only personal and their work remains simply amazing
- Michiel made this productWorkweek is completely FREE and lets you plan your weekly tasks efficiently. Super intuitive interface, easily add tasks with due dates and labels, keeping everything clear. Built-in team functionality also makes this the perfect tool for keeping track of team productivity. Give it a try!
- Not the main purpose that Asana was built for, but since we use it within our team for task management I'm already in the app. I make my own dashboard and create my own todo list within that so I can see how I can fit my to do list between my work load (works great if your to do list is related to your workload!)
- - FREE! - list view with endless tasks and subtasks - Kanban board - multiple assignees - comments area, update in real-time, allowing me to discuss matters with teammates - set due dates - add tags, great for organizing tasks (filtering and sorting) - migrate from other tools: Asana, Trello, Wunderlist, etc.