- Todoist is super simple and powerful. It's available on almost any platform you can think of, so I highly recommend it!I recently adopted Todoist and it's great! Very minimal and I like it's widgetNothing else comes close in my opinion. Custom labels. Projects in projects. Task hierarchy. Location based reminders. Powerful desktop, iOS and Android app. Google Calendar integration. Comments and attachments per list item. The shared list* goes on. *see what i did there
- I recommend To-Do for Tasks involving multiple stakeholders and lots of intricacies for everything else - Wunderlist.
- I am surprised this isn't in here yet! But I like workflowy for the combination of simplicity and flexibility. I can use it to manage small projects and write lists for my grocery shopping.
- I'm a big wunderlist fan. This is one Todo list software I stuck to for quite some time. I'm now waiting for the MIcrosoft Todo app by Wunderlist team :-)
- As a productivity enthusiast who likes to experiment, I've tried almost every major and niche to-do app there is. I 'keep' coming back to this classic by google.I also like Google Keep. For me it feels like "Evernote meets Wunderlist". Keep also reminds me of using PostIt notes on my desk.
- Even though this comes with a detailed calendar view and such, I like seeing my tasks grouped as a simple scrollable list consisting of "Today", "Tomorrow", "Upcoming" and "Someday". Swiping them off to emulate a crossing out action is satisfying too!The daily planner is a unique feature and so helpful. I've tried so many apps (Trello, Todoist, Google Keep, Inbox, ClickUp, Notion, Workflowy, and more...) but only any.do actually worked. Mainly because of the planner and re-schedule (postpone) features, which are critical in nowadays busy lifestyle. See https://www.any.do/daily-planner/
- Its not just a task management app. It has docs - wiki too. very minimal and clear interface with power packed features! If you haven't tried yet, give a try and see the difference.
- Cédric Waldburger made this productUnlike most collaborative task managers, Sendtask allows you to work with literally anyone. Recipients of tasks don't need to create an account ever. This allows you to manage all your coworkers, freelancers and 3rd party providers in one place. Also offers a very simple and efficient email and Slack integration.I use Sendtask to manage all of my actionable info. If something needs to get done, it goes to Sendtask. It has a clean design that allows you to focus. In addition, Sendtask provides some unique functionality - forwarding tasks directly from Email, Slack and Evernote while bringing advanced collaboration features to third-party working relationships. (not just with your team).
- Very clean UI, rock-steady sync, not bloated with too many featuresVery clean UI, rock-steady sync, not bloated with too many featuresTried many different tools, but Things is the one that really works for me - it's not so complex, have simple and friendly interface, allows you to organise your task in many ways (choose which suits you best). The latest version has amazing interface - it's already a pleasure just to open the app on a Mac / iPhone. And the latest features include multiple integrations which are really useful.
- I use a combination of Reminders and Google Inbox. This is such a crowded space and it's extremely difficult to differentiate... At the end of the day, sticking to giants like Apple and Google is safe, especially if you care about the company not shutting down soon
- I just spent the $9.99 for the Clear Mac app yesterday. So far, love the gestures and the sound effects (which I am usually not the biggest fan of in apps) are actually pretty cool! Makes me want to add more things to the list and check them off 😊. Impressed so far, really good app rating. There are also free alternatives... but if its something I (plan on) using multiple times a day, I almost prefer to pay for it so it's quality / makes me wanna use it.
- RTM's smart add syntax seems better/more reliable than other systems I've tried (and I've tried *a lot* of them). Their new update adds subtasks and start dates, things I am using far more than I thought I would. Can be used with complex GTD systems, or just remembering to buy the milk. =D
- Rodney Kuhn made this productIt's a great choice because the vast number of To Do items come in via email and it makes sense to deal with them at the source.
- A fantastically powerful CLI tool, with simple cross platform sync, deep customisability, and an intelligent task ranking system.
- Nick Timms made this productDrag is about organizing your tasks and To-do's from inside your inbox. An average of 6.3 hours per day are spent in your email so bringing your attention outside, to anything else, is generally a longer process.