Garg AnkitSilicon-Meat Interface Engineer

Which is the best minimalistic TODO manager app?

Something which lets me prioritize tasks as well. Preferably Android/web.
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    Trello

    Organize anything, together

    Lorenzo FioriMarketing&SM Manager at Nanosystems · Written
    It is minimalistic if you want it that. Otherwise may be a powerful service fot every kind of project management
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    Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    I have found trello to be quite nice for small lists just as much as it is for bigger projects!
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    Google Tasks for Mobile

    Any task, any goal. Get things done.

    Google tasks is super simple. Doesn't currently offer collaboration features, but is available on the web.
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    Yashu MittalFounder & CEO, CodeCarrot · Written
    Google Tasks is good for personal use.
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    Francesco D'AlessioProductivity App Reviewer · Written
    I'd have to give this one to Google Tasks. Tasks is the most minimal of them all when it comes to managing to-dos. With Microsoft To-Do a close second, from the major providers.
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    Moo.do

    Ridiculously simple, incredibly powerful organization

    Beautifully simple way of managing Email and Tasks and Calendar in one place on all your devices. I've tried all sorts of tools before (toodledo, todoist, etc.) and this one wins, hands down.
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    Moo.do is minimalistic but also really robust. You can write everything in Markdown, and it has powerful filtering and a calendar and email client built-in.
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    Mark GammonSociologist, academic technologist · Written
    I've been using and really enjoying Moo.do for a while now. The new update has made lots of improvements and the developer is very engaged and responsive to users. It's a powerful tool for brining together tasks, email, notes, and calendar.
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    Notion 2.0

    The all-in-one workspace - notes, tasks, wikis, & databases

    AllonMarket Researcher · Written
    Probably a great app that would satisfy your needs. Notion 2 contains a fluent tasks/ projects management flow for you to memorize and schedule your works.
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    Arkadiusz LipiarzUI/UX/Product Designer · Written
    Same as Trello - minimalistic yet powerful. I organize my life with that tool. It's perfect. Just try it and you will fall in love with that product in seconds. Designers wet dream. 🔥💡✍️
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    ChillyBin Web DesignDirector, ChillyBin Web Design · Written
    I love Notion, have been using it for team Documentation, meeting notes and all sorts, it’s quick, supports just about everything you throw at it and the team are always evolving
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  5. 8
    Todoist

    Organize your life. Then go enjoy it.

    Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    I always liked this one and how you can keep it quite simple if you wish.
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    Guillaume BardetWorking on Qlearly.com/beta · Written
    I always liked this one and how you can keep it quite simple if you wish.
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    Nadya YatsenkaMarketing Director, Blinger.io · Written
    Simple yet powerful, I have been using Todoist for a while
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    Things 3.0

    Complete revamp of the original, award-winning task manager

    Adam WaxmanProduct, SeatGeek · Written
    A great balance of functionality and focus. Great keyboard shortcuts are an extra plus!
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  7. 6
    Any.do 3.0

    Organize all aspects of your life with Any.do

    simple, effective and syncs well!
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  8. 5
    Workflowy

    Turn your entire life into a list.

    Arsen LosenkoWeb Developer (JS/Python) · Written
    I won't stop promoting this app, it's so plain simple and great that I use it not only for to-do lists but for notes and planning of my side projects!
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  9. 5
    Zenkit for Android

    Work with Zenkit on the go

    Jessi Lu6Change the future. · Written
    Zenkit is originally a WebApp but all Apps are synched. It got a lot of features but you can start by using just the basics and if you need more, just add them to your tasks. We set up the prio by add labels to the tasks, due dates or by organizing them in the kanban view with specific columns.
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    Azendoo

    Teamwork made easy, Get Sh!t Done without email

    Teekay MerahBrand Manager & Content Creator · Edited
    I'll go with Azendoo on this one. As one of the fastest growing startups in France, Azendoo is a messaging app used by remote teams. Its powerful integrations, numerous bots, and the ecosystem being built on top of the platform have quickly transformed it into one of the most flexible communication tools on the market. It lets you prioritize tasks in a very intuitive way. I basically turn all my notes into tasks and get on with work right away. I've gained so much in productivity and to be honest, it just feels great to tick those little boxes at the end of each task, it's very rewarding
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    NotePlan

    Markdown + calendar + notes

    Stowe Boydfuturist, researcher, imperfectionist · Written
    Actually a minimal task management solution. 1. For individual use, so none of the complexities of sharing, etc. 2. Tasks are implemented as Markdown checklists in text daily calendar entries and more general notes. Very flexible, but simple.
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    Basecamp 3

    The best version of Basecamp ever made

    Deneke O'ReillyFounder, PoolSpark · Written
    Ease. of. Use. It's very easy to understand and it makes collaboration fun.
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  13. 1
    CheckLister

    Simple, collaborative checklists. Not powered by AI

    MickFounder of SongBox.Rocks · Written
    Mick made this product
    This is a work in progress but it’s very minimalistic and has the added benefit of being able to share lists. The recipient doesn’t need to have an account in order to collaborate on a shared list. And it’s totally 100% free.
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    Google Keep

    Save your thoughts, wherever you are

    FerminRP3Growth Hacker at #Lookea · Written
    It's a little bit old but still does the trick
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  15. 1
    Orcaso 2.0

    Gamify the way you work and get everything done

    Aishwarya RameshMarketer at heart, sales person in mind · Written
    A very simple and effective tool that ensures you just don't manage TODO but also get them done. Also, it lets you prioritize your tasks. Not to forget, it gamifies the entire thing so you truly experience productivity and contentment at work
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  16. 1
    RenterPeace

    Legal help, productivity, and expenses for renters

    Shaq KalakaCEO, RenterPeace · Written
    Shaq Kalaka made this product
    It's the best for the home. It makes chore, shopping, and bills super easy, and you can share stuff with roommates or spouses with a click.
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    Leantime

    Lean project management for startups & small teams

    Marcel FolaronCEO & Co-founder Leantime.io · Written
    Marcel Folaron made this product
    Simple and easy to use pm system, lets you manage todos, milestones and ideas separately.
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  18. 1
    Tidily

    ✅ From todo list to daily kanban 📅

    Biraj GhoshBuilding beautiful products · Written
    Biraj Ghosh made this product
    You will love this if simplicity without compromising functionality is what you are looking for.
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    IDoneThis

    Simply reply to an email every day to update your team

    Rhonda FairmanPeriwinkle Media · Written
    It's simple to use, really quick to note things down, emails you a summary at the end of the day.
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    Mac TODO Menubar

    All your todos easily accessible from your menu bar!

    Jason SafaiyehTODO Menubar, MyProgress, Vestige · Written
    Jason Safaiyeh made this product
    Very simple for your MacBook. you can easily access it from your MenuBar
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