What to-do list app (cross-platform) will you recommend?

Joshua Lau
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Maker of crssnt.com
Notion 2.0, although it's a bit of an overkill to just use it as a to-do list app.
@tgel0 Thanks for the recommendation! Will have a look at it.
A simple Google Doc
@andrefuchs I do agree with you that something as simple as a Google Doc with a list of task may work out.
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bootstrapper, software dev @ AWS,
I like the Kanban board style so Trello works for me!
@edgrows Thank you for the recommendation! There are lots of options and I am seeking users like yourself to recommend the ones that are really useful. πŸ˜„
online entrepreneur and ΓΌbergeek
Todoist... it's quick to fill in and easy to follow and organize
@jmlagace Thank you for the recommendation! Todoist is one of the commonly recommended one and there are so many options. Therefore, I am seeking users like yourself to recommend the ones that are really useful. πŸ˜„
Freelance webdesigner & project manager
@jordaneidn Thank you for the recommendation! Which one is your preferred option?
Freelance webdesigner & project manager
@joshuallt Asana for my work, Todoist for my personal life !
@jordaneidn Wow.. Two separate apps instead of a single app.
Freelance webdesigner & project manager
@joshuallt Yes, I have different needs! I am a web project manager so I need to be able to manage the deadlines (date to date) of the projects with my teams while for my personal life I really try not to put pressure on me
@jordaneidn That's a good way of handling. Work-Life balancing is always tricky. πŸ˜„
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Quire Mobile 5.0 definitely Quire. Our team has been using it for years
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@misaki_natsuo Thank you for the recommendation! There are too many options and I am seeking recommendation from users like yourself. πŸ˜‚