I've bounced between a few—Trello, Asana, Things, good ol' pen and paper, etc. I find each has their own benefits, but I'm trying to find the one that works best with my workflow. With that said, I'd like to know specifically why you recommend your task management app over others, how you use it (workflow) and what else you've tried.
- Simply the best tool to help you manage your tasks and workflow. It creates tasks for you based on your deadlines, projects and contract terms, all managed in the app. It's the easiest tool I've used in a while and has saved me endless amounts of time trying to figure out what to focus on. Interactive and fun to use too;)
- Vasil Enchev made this productBy far the newest and hottest one! Versatile and highly customizable!
- These guys are just getting started but so far I've been very impressed with their simplistic design and openness to implementing feedback suggestions. I've been using Winio every day to manage the things I need to do across several different projects and it has helped me transition from a pen and paper solution. Highly recommended!
- Atlaz wins over many tools in the functionality, simplicity and cost. It's as feature-rich as Jira (and has even more cool features) and as simple as Trello. Yet it's affordable for any team. And you don't need to buy any add-ons. Bonus: it's free for teams up to 5 people :)Kate Makovskaya made this productAtlaz is a complete project management platform for Agile teams. As lightweight as Trello, but with a variety of additional features, that can meet needs of any Kanban or Scrum team. E.g. Kanban, Sprint and Roadmap boards. As scalable as Jira, but designed for all teams in a company from development to accountancy. Besides, Atlaz is enhanced by advanced backlog with scoring and smartly manageable notifications.
- Michael Hirsch made this productTaskful is a smart to-do list and task manager app that helps you stay on track and meet your deadlines. It breaks down all of your tasks and only shows you what you need to do today, so you can stay focused and motivated. Whether you are trying to track your steps, drink more water, or read that book you haven't picked up in a while, Taskful is designed to help you get stuff done.
- Great, clean and mindpeaceful solution for small and medium teams. Just take a look at it's dashboard, it's awesome! What I do love mostly, comparing to the other solutions, the ability to link up one task to another saying that the task is blocks by another! That's great (I've seen this feature only in Jira, but it is quite expensive and uncomfortable for the small teams). To sum up, MeisterTask has a great and subtle design and a pack of features and abilities to be integrated with quite a number of apps.
- I've been using Wunderlist primarily for it's design, ease-of-use, and collaboration (primary use case is groceries with my wife, etc.). It's definitely not perfect as they were bought 2 years ago by Microsoft and their product is being retired for Microsoft To Do (which is alright, but doesn't have any collaborative features yet). Only other one I'd recommend would be Flow if you're working with teams / thinking about using it for work. I kinda wish they had an option for personal use!