2Do

Tasks management for productivity junkies

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Reviews

  • Scot KruegerFounder of Krutech.com
    Pros: 

    Can be setup to follow the GTD model. Helps me stay organized.

    Cons: 

    Tye UI can be tricky to get used to, but once you figure it out it is fairly simple to use.

    This app helps me get through the day. I use it to remember many things that I need to get done. It has become my notebook for many tasks.

  • Pros: 

    Flexible, yet stil quick access to all vitals

    Cons: 

    Have suggested one more view option, it's coming ...

    Switched to this from Things. Never looked back. Very active developer.

    Filip Stokkeland has used this product for one year.

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Belle Beth Cooper@bellebcooper · Co-founder, exist.io
This is currently my task manager of choice and I haven't found anything that competes with it. The new iOS version is completely rebuilt and they did an amazing job of packing lots of info into a small phone screen.
Andrea Grassi@andrea_sdl · Owner & Devel. at Haptime.in
@BelleBCooper wow! out of curiosity: what's the 1 key thing that makes the difference into your daily workflow with 2do? I want to understand its strong points against the competitors.
Belle Beth Cooper@bellebcooper · Co-founder, exist.io
@andrea_sdl A few things I use that I can't use at all or in the same way in other task managers: 1. List/project hierarchy: You can have groups of lists, and each list can contain tasks, checklists and projects, so you get 3 levels of hierarchy (eg: a list group for "clients" can have a list for each client, and each list can contain projects and tasks you're working on for that client) 2. Quick add is super smart in 2Do III: long press on the add (+) button to quickly add a whole bunch of tasks in a row, or just tap once to add a task with all the trimmings: due dates, tags, etc. 3. Save searches for tags, keywords, date ranges, etc. 4. Start dates: Add a start date to a task or project so it shows up in your "today" view well ahead of the due date (I wrote about using this feature here: https://zapier.com/blog/to-do-ap...) 5. Duplicate projects and checklists: my biggest want from a task manager that's hard to find is this one. I have checklists/projects for blog posts I write - each publication or client has a distinct set of tasks in its checklist. I save these like templates and duplicate and rename them for each actual blog post I work on. Hope that helps! There's heaps heaps more depending on what you want from a task manager, so it's well worth a look if you haven't found a perfect fit yet. The Mac app is due for a little refresh now too, but is really awesome already.
Andrea Grassi@andrea_sdl · Owner & Devel. at Haptime.in
@BelleBCooper wonderful reply :) didn't expect to go so deep into the app, so definitely thanks for writing it ;) I'll take a look ;)
Belle Beth Cooper@bellebcooper · Co-founder, exist.io
@andrea_sdl I've spent much time looking for an app that fits my workflow, so I have a lot to say about it! Different apps work for different people, so it might not work for you but worth a look :)
FahadMaker@tweetingfahad
We developed 2Do with YOU in mind (yes, you!). Don't be shy, come try it out and learn why it's been voted the BEST Task Manager ever!
Paul Legomski@legomski · Supercool
I evaluated a tonne of options and tools over a long course of time. The one I use every day: 2Do. This thing changed my life.