A minimal and sharable task list.

#5 Product of the DayFebruary 17, 2017

Taskade is a simple way to make task lists, capture your ideas, and stay organized. Instantly share your lists and collaborate with your friends, family, and teammates.

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  • Pros: 

    Simplicity, elegance


    Can't move tasks between lists

    Just started using, really like the simplicity and the look

    Hope it won't be overloaded with features (except for critical ones, like moving tasks between lists)

  • Pros: 

    Simple but powerful, Cross-platform


    Haven't found any yet

    It works on any OS (mobile not yet, but it seems to be coming soon). That's a huge plus and a must-have feature for a app to plan tasks. Here on ProductHunt are many other to-do apps that only work on one platform which is totally unusable. Great to see this one doing it right 👍

    marc 🧐 🔋97% has used this product for one week.


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John XieMaker@johnxie
Hi everyone! We're super excited to launch Taskade here on PH. I hope you find it fun and useful for organizing your ideas, goals, and daily tasks. We set out to create a natural and frictionless experience for making to-do lists without the unnecessary clutter, and this is our first iteration. Let us know what you think, we’re here to answer questions all day. Thanks ^_^ PS: Here are some ways we use Taskade Weekly Tasks: https://www.taskade.com/v/Hyfp7Z... Project Roadmap: https://www.taskade.com/v/SJGvDk... Recipe: https://www.taskade.com/v/r1Mqzs...
Stowe Boyd@stoweboyd · futurist, researcher, imperfectionist
@johnxie @mentions seem to be turned into links, but they don't work. Plans for them?
John XieMaker@johnxie
@stoweboyd Great catch and yes! We have plans to support @mentions and #hashtags in the near future for users that sign up and want to collaborate together. Right URLs are automatically linkified as you type.
Evan Kimbrell@evankimbrell · Founder, Sprintkick
Considering task list apps have been bloated, slow, and paywalled since the 2000s, this meme is appropriate:
Michal Černý@michalcerny · Front-end developer
Just wow. Good job! Love chrome extension, looking forward to mac/ios synced version. Take my money!
John XieMaker@johnxie
@michalcerny Thanks Michal! We have plans for both and also hope to port the Chrome Extension to Firefox and Safari soon.
Michal Černý@michalcerny · Front-end developer
@johnxie will love if I can setup my own flickr album for background photos ;)
Michal Černý@michalcerny · Front-end developer
@johnxie what about todos counter in each of list in "my list" page?
John XieMaker@johnxie
@michalcerny We had a prototype with the counter in 'My Lists' but it felt a bit too busy. Will look into implementing it. Another idea was a progress bar that you can mouse-over.
Gabriel Whaley@gabriel_whaley · MSCHF.xyz
so simple!
Cody McLain@codymclain · SupportNinja, CEO
Great job! Love the minimalist look. Although I'd argue the formatting shortcuts are a little bit overkill on a todolist, unless your users start using it for note-taking which doesn't seem like the intended purpose. I like the link that pops out which allows you to share the list, however it seems only evident about the use of the app that a user could have until after they start filling out the list and that popover appears. Not sure if real-time collab is a possibility but I could see a possible niche where you promote it as a quick todo-list for teams or meetings, where everybody gets a link and you can collaborate on what tasks each-other needs to do, then keep that link in future meetings so it serves as a reference point for "Agenda tasks". Just a thought :p
John XieMaker@johnxie
@codymclain Thanks for the suggestions Cody, we'll keep them in mind. Real-time collab is definitely something we want to work on in the near future.