Moo.do 4.0

Markdown + Outliner + Email + Tasks + Calendar

Moo.do is a powerful organization system, connected to all your services, with email and calendar built-in. Moo.do takes a unique approach with Markdown-based outlining and multiple panes to view your data, enabling you to use GTD, Kanban boards, or your own system to organize your projects, tasks, emails, files, and calendar all in one place.

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10 Reviews5.0/5
Hey everyone! We’ve spent the past few months working with our community to make Moo.do more intuitive for new users and more powerful for our power users. A lot of little bugs and UX pain points have been fixed, and we’ve added some exciting new features: Markdown: People wanted a better way to differentiate between their projects, tasks, and notes. We solved this by using Markdown formatting to make items visually distinct and easy to type. More integrations: Link to Evernote and OneNote documents. Create task from email: A new easy way to turn emails into tasks and add them to projects. Dark theme: Much easier on the eyes Flat search: A more standard task view without the outline hierarchy International dates: Format your dates in M/D/Y, D/M/Y, or Y/M/D. Your collaborators can use their own date format and everything will just work. We love releasing new features that our users are asking for. What would you like to see us do next?
@jmeistrich The thing that seems to be lacking is pulling out the explicit tasks -- the ones now indicated as checklist items -- into a task-oriented view, and shown as (for example) overdue, today, upcoming, etc., independently of where they've been created in Moo's 'boards', which are potentially different projects. Today, search is limited to one board at a time, and no consolidated view.
@jmeistrich Also, why not support markdown in your notes?
@stoweboyd You can get that task-oriented view by opening the Agenda view in the Calendar pane and filtering for tasks. Is that what you're looking for?
@jmeistrich Yeah, I found that. Looks great. Will be trying for a week or so, to see how it works.
@jmeistrich Love the idea. What are some new features you'll look at releasing based off feedback so far?

Been using this for a few years as my primary todo list, I'm a happy user.

Pros:

It's just text, but with collapsible hierarchy, and filterable prioritization. Exactly what I need

Cons:

Not much. Small bugs occasionally, but they are usually pretty responsive

How does this compare to Trello?
The free version is basically worthless without the calendar. Nice idea, but you guys should def. try to find another way to monetize your product.
@marvinpoo Why should they? if the premium is worth the money, then they already found a great way to monetize.
@stanislav_dim It's not really worth it, paying the money just to save one simple click. Instead of solving a real problem their premium model is creating a problem and fixing it itself.
@marvinpoo No hard feelings, but if it is so, then the product itself is lacking, not the monetization :)
Congrats! Good job! I like how regularly you making updates!

Moo.do is my favorite todo app. Its free-form, outline-based todo list is perfect for getting things out of my head. I also love that it makes it quick to turn emails into tasks.

Pros:

Fast and easy to use

Cons:

The mobile app works okay, but not as well as the web UI