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Todoist: To-Do List | Task Manager

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Our users have big goals. They rely on their to-do list to keep up. Join the 4 million+ people around the world who are accomplishing amazing things with todoist – the beautifully simple to-do list built for the pace of modern life. Whether you need to collaborate with your team, keep track of your most important projects, or just remember to pay the rent, todoist is there to help you achieve more every day. Praised as a life-changing app by The Guardian, USA Today, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Lifehacker and more, todoist works seamlessly across 15 different platforms in 20 languages so you can stay motivated and productive no matter where you are. “One of the best to-do list apps for 2014.” - Forbes “If your goal is to spend as little time as possible organizing and more time doing, todoist offers the simplicity you're looking for.” - iMore MANAGE YOUR TASKS FROM ANYWHERE - EVEN OFFLINE Add, complete, and re-schedule tasks from your phone, tablet, desktop, browser, email, and more - even offline! With an automatic, 24/7 sync across all your devices, you’ll never lose track of your to-do list. PLAN AHEAD AND NEVER MISS ANOTHER DEADLINE Always forget to submit that monthly expense report? Not anymore. Keep track of your important deadlines with due dates and recurring dates. Quickly view and prioritize your tasks for the day or week ahead with visual, drag-and-drop scheduling. EASY YET POWERFUL ORGANIZATION Take your to-do list organization to the next level with sub-tasks, task priorities, sub-projects, and color-coded projects. Whether you practice the GTD® productivity method or just want to keep a simple list of errands,todoist is flexible enough to handle any organizational style. SEAMLESS COLLABORATION Whether you’re coordinating a big project or sharing a grocery list, todoist makes communication easy. Share projects, assign tasks, and add comments all within the app. Instant notifications will keep you up-to-date whenever changes are made. STAY MOTIVATED AND PRODUCTIVE Track, measure, and “gamify” your productivity with todoist Karma. Accumulate points by setting and meeting weekly/monthly goals. Visualize your progress with beautiful graphs color-coded by project. USE todoist WITH ALL YOUR FAVORITE APPS Make your to-do list even more powerful with integrations for Google Drive, Cloud Magic, Sunrise Calendar, Toggl, IFTTT, and Zapier (just to name a few). For even more convenience, save items from any app on your device as todoist tasks by simply sharing with the app. [New] todoist FOR APPLE WATCH Access all of todoist's most powerful features, each one thoughtfully designed for your Watch: ▸ Dictate tasks, due dates, and recurring due dates with quick-add ▸ Receive reminders and notifications for your time-sensitive to-dos ▸ Dictate replies to collaborators’ comments ▸ Use Glance View to see your next upcoming task ▸ Get full access to all of your projects, tasks, and filters BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY WITH PREMIUM ▸ Set up and receive push notifications, email or SMS reminders based on your physical location or the date and time. ▸ Get even more organized using task notes, enhanced labels, and powerful filters. ▸ Upload files, sound recordings and photos to your tasks from your computer, Dropbox, or Google Drive. ▸ Add tasks by email and access your to-do list on your iCalendar. ▸ Track and improve your productivity with extended todoist Karma features. ▸ And much, much more! Feel free to contact us directly if you need any kind of support: https://todoist.com/Support_iOS/ We hope you love our app as much as our community and our team do. Download it today and let us know what you think!
Helps build good habits
by Time To Upgrade on 2015/08/01 04:55
I've used this app every single day for the last 3 months, and I've noticed an overall increase in my productivity both at work and at home. It helps keep you organized and focused on the task at hand.
Solid app
by Shfuenfn iffbe on 2015/07/31 21:14
Does everything I need
Just want sole with reminders
by Glarge on 2015/07/31 14:13
Looks good if you need to pay for a premium to do list app - I just wanted to make a quick to do list on the go and set a few reminders - not paying $30 for that
I wanted to like it
by thnyc on 2015/07/31 13:46
The web version is beautiful. The widget is beautiful. But the app listing of todos is ugly with so much white space. They can fit 11 items in the screen with the widget (if the used the entire screen). But the layout in the app only show 7 and my todos are not long. Any.Do, wunderlist, and 2Do show 10-11 todos with the same space. I want the multiple platforms and left Omnisync because there was no browser entry. If my view looked like the widget, I would stay. But I have 100s of todos and seeing them 7 at a time doesn't even show me today's.
A powerful cross-device app
by heresjimmyjam on 2015/07/31 02:55
I discovered this app at a great time, as I had just picked up GTD by David Allen. I can't recommend this app enough! It works great in both my professional and personal life.
Excellent app
by Faganmw on 2015/07/30 14:00
I'm still working On my strategy but the app is efficient and comprehensive. Syncs with Google
Great todo app
by Tvdthanh on 2015/07/30 02:23
Intuitive interface, cross platform compatibility, and nested items all in the the free version. I use this everyday and it helps me get things done.
Great Utility
by Ms. Mudshark on 2015/07/29 00:50
I am currently not working due to an injury. Todoist keeps me focused and accountable. No tech problems just a great tool.
Great task management app
by Rick the potter on 2015/07/28 23:32
I use it every day. I like the fact that it runs on so many platforms. Throughout the day I shift from my iPad to Outlook or my Chrome web browser, and everything syncs perfectly.
Extremely useful !
by Sbear137 on 2015/07/28 23:26
Great tool for users who are easily forgetful
Powerful, Simple and Mine!
by G_Bone on 2015/07/28 02:03
Why four stars? Because you can not create a note while creating a task. You must first make the task, then go back and attach a note; inefficient and needs to be corrected (I have reached out to Tech Support). Outside of that... awesome! Simple, easy, powerful with perfect syncing between all iOS and Mac apps. After years of using one of the "original iOS todo apps," I've switched to Todoist for good!
The best Todo app I've used, so far...
by foss4us on 2015/07/27 16:39
I've tried numerous Todo apps over the years... first Remember the Milk (back when it was still being actively developed), Todo.ly, Tracks (an GTD-focused open-source, self-hosted web-based app written w/ Rails), Google Tasks (which isn't really a task manager, IMO), a few not worth mentioning, and more recently, Things for Mac, JIRA, Asana, Swipe, Timeful (now owned by Google) and Todoist. Of these, Todoist has been my favorite. It works well w/ the GTD-ish system I use, has all the usual features plus some unique ones (although many are limited to the paid version), and it's easily extensible through IFTTT and via it's own API. The "Karma" feature is an especially clever implementation of behavioral modification/conditioning through gamification. Even w/ the handicapped free version, Todoist is still the best todo app I've used. I'm considering upgrading to the Premium version for some of the "hostage" features, but there are a few things I'd like to see before I do that: (1) Todoist Premium is priced at $28.99/yr. Yes, some apps charge more. Things for Mac charges an extortionate $48.99 (so I ditched them after having been loyal since the beta). Come on, it's a todo app. You didn't cure Ebola. For $48.99 I'd expect someone to actually do my laundry, etc. I'd hate to ditch Todoist though. Considering TickTick has nearly all the features of Todoist and only charges $19.99, it would be nice if Todoist lowered their price. They don't even offer a Premium Trial, although their ToS allows it. But because I believe Todoist predates TickTick, and because it looks like TickTick is — let's say — "greatly influenced" by Todoist, I'm giving Todoist time to make the right decision before I jump ship. (2) I'd like to know what security measures Todoist takes. A todo app normally carries some very personal information... it's only a matter of time until a big one is breached. I expect my data to be encrypted both in transit and at rest. I haven't examined the traffic yet to ensure they're at least using SSL, but I'm adding that to my todo list. ;) Auth is handled via Google sign-in, so I know that much is safe, but I'd like them to be transparent about everything else. They use third parties for serving/actually storing the data. While they say in the TOS/Privacy Policy that the user retains all rights to their data, they noticeably do not name the partners (probably AWS or Google), nor do they state that data is only stored in encrypted (or even hashed) form. Rather — regarding security — they only state: When we transfer and receive certain types of sensitive information we redirect visitors to a SSL secure server. "Certain types of sensitive information," worryingly, seems to indicate that the large majority of data isn't encrypted at all. You may be asking, "So what if some black hat gets my grocery list?" or "What do you have to hide?" First off, NOYB. Secondly, if I have a todo item about scheduling — just for argument — an abortion, that would be pretty sensitive. I'm not picking on Todoist. Most of these cloud todo app are similarly vague, at best, or neglectful, at worst. For the price of Premium, I'd like security I can feel confident about. (3) I'm very tired of todo-app vendor lock-in. If I truly retain all rights to my data, I should be able to export it, en masse, at will (see Facebook's example). (4) The weakness of Todoist (and most other todo-apps featuring collaboration) is a lack of means to facilitate cross-app usage. Wouldn't it be nice if you could share tasks w/ someone who uses another app? Of course! I think every todo-app user wishes that, but doesn't want to do w/ getting a new app. Todoist could improve their service by allowing users to download or directly export data to other todo apps, provided that those 3rd parties agree to build interoperability w/ Todoist. There are a myriad number of ways it could be done if they wanted to do it in a fair, efficient, federated, app-agnostic way (call me for specifics, Todoist). I truly believe Todoist has nothing to fear from this, since they're the best. They could really be a leader here, and will probably even gain new users in the process.'
Simple but powerful
by Kt kapow on 2015/07/27 15:47
Best to do list app I've tried. And I've tried a lot. I like that Is supported on my desktop as well
Great App!
by Malscone on 2015/07/26 17:19
(When) I use this, it's a very powerful tool. It syncs flawlessly with my sunshine calendar app, the reminders are useful, and it feels good to check things off my lists!
One of the best but still have a few wishes...
by Hotfish2012 on 2015/07/23 17:29
I've tried all sorts of to do list methods and apps. I think the GTD principles are the gold standard. Applying them in different apps is what makes a difference for me. The ease of inputting, updating, rearranging ends up determining how much I use the system. Todoist does a fine job. There are a few improvements that I wish would be made -or perhaps they exist but I have not figured out how to use them, which itself speaks to the need to clarify instructions. First, when I think of a project I need to complete, I start to list all of the steps t need to complete it, often not in proper sequence. The ability to tuck the steps under the project is easy enough but I haven't found the way to resequence the sub steps Also I haven't found how to link a task with an Evernote note. I suppose I need to make a project of figuring those things out, but really should not have to. All in all, this is a really terrific app nonetheless.
Getting more done!
by D.lady on 2015/07/23 03:48
Todoist is a fun way to get more done. Simple to use, Todoist helps get one organized. By having projects that you can load up with individual to dos and then pull from a them to populate your daily list, it's much easier to make sure the pieces of the project get done.
Amazing application!!
by AWM-AllynJ on 2015/07/21 23:31
I do find that this application works even better if your paying for the subscription.
Great app if you make a habit of using it
by wehorak on 2015/07/21 05:14
I'm using the free version and that's more than enough to help me get stuff done. I've been using it for a few months now and I check it a couple of times each day to keep the day on track. The only downside to it is my use of it: if I didn't get into the habit of using it then I would've abandoned it long ago.
This tool completes my productivity suite of apps.
by CoCEvangelist on 2015/07/20 00:50
With Evernote and Dropbox, Todoist completes my suite of tools. As a paid user, no crashes. Great UI, simple options, text and email reminders and other features to enhance productivity. I love the encouragement from the Karma scores.
Excellent list-maker & reminder
by Vajra Sky on 2015/07/19 23:41
Used this app now for a semester, and love it. Not too complicated, but detailed enough to accommodate individual needs. Great UI, intuitive, and already answered a question very quickly. Great support. Highly recommended.
Such A Helpful Tool
by ADabasinskas on 2015/07/17 03:58
I downloaded the app for my work computer first, and man what a productive way to organize my time! After enjoying how the app was set up I shortly downloaded it to my iPhone as well. I love that the two lists sync with each other. The only thing I wish you could do was drag the list into a particular set, instead of just the flag severity system.
Better than OmniFocus!
by fitfatlington on 2015/07/16 21:29
I'd been an OF user for years, but realized I wasn't using the 'power' features and was getting tired of the interface which really makes it seem like one *should*. Todoist has much better background sync, is a lighter-weight application, and motivates nicely without being overbearing. It's great to have tags and to be able to email fully elaborated tasks into specific projects - so far, everything works as advertised, and it's helping me manage all my academia-related commitments with ease.
Needs ability to change default time duration
by Andres13 on 2015/07/16 19:01
Please change it to where the default time duration will be fixed.. Paid for this app and am not happy.
Fantastic to do app
by ebusinessguru on 2015/07/16 09:07
Changed over from Omnifocus and it's been a real joy to use!
Awesome
by RosetteCandy on 2015/07/15 22:42
I can't say enough great things about this app. Easy, simple, and straight to the point!!
Perfect
by Memolious on 2015/07/15 20:58
Perfect
love it!!
by walkebe on 2015/07/15 01:16
makes me much more productive!
AWESOME!!!
by supwiddat on 2015/07/14 15:59
I've tried them all, yet vowed to never pay for a "Do" app. This one changed my mind with its integrations and functionally. I actually get things done rather than keep adding things to the list and watch it grow. I concur that you need a published privacy policy, though, but since the payment is done through the Apple Store and not directly to the service, it seems to be more of a formality.
Works for me
by Aga3 on 2015/07/14 01:44
I recently started to implement some GTD practices in my life. Todoist is helping tremendously, and is a pleasure to use. I will likely upgrade to premium before long.
The Final Winner
by ScottyT79 on 2015/07/13 09:46
I've used so many apps in the pursuit of organization and task management that by now it's an absurd obsession. Todoist wins, finally. I've used it for 5 months now while none of the others lasted more than a few weeks. It's strengths are: -Simplicity of task entry and edits, especially it's fantastic repeat reminders which use real language to input -Cross platform -Gorgeous design -Many organization labels and options (tags, projects, and priorities) -Reminders options (notification, email, sms) The only thing I wish was that you could have multiple folders or "lists of lists" so that I could also keep my home reminders in the same app more easily. This is not a big deal at all, and I recognize that you have to balance features with ease of use. This is, in my vast experience, the best software for to do lists that exists today.
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!
by Mojack81 on 2015/07/10 02:14
I had been using Daytimer paper calendaring products since the 1980's. I got tired of writing to do items from one day to another. I decided to look for an app to do this for me. I checked online for the best to do apps and saw a review of Todoist. I downloaded it and have been using it for a couple months now. It is amazing! I can not only calendar to do items, but I can put them into separate categories. I also love the fact that you can input recurring events. I would definitely recommend this app!
Too many bugs
by Choreilly on 2015/07/09 20:27
I really want to love this app. But unfortunately there are way too many annoying bugs. Too many to mention. I'm going to have to consider trying another todo app. Too bad.
Massive Productivity Booster
by TheRainParade on 2015/07/09 04:41
The UI is clean and intuitive; your lists can be as simple or complex and multi-leveled as you like. The simplicity of the functions themselves allow great diversity in how they can be used. I use this to create and manage my grocery list, to track my productivity at work, to build good habits, to keep up with my housework, and even to remember to call my mom and catch up with friends. Crossing things off the lists and the Karma function really helps me feel good about the progress I make, too! Lastly, I love how it integrates with Sunrise calendar so I can see date-specific tasks at a glance. Highly recommend this app.
awesome
by kelizvonm on 2015/07/09 00:46
this app is my favorite for productivity - and the interface is so easy and satisfying!
Love it, but desperate for templates.
by Alexa Rosario on 2015/07/08 22:48
New Review: Apple Watch app works beautifully. With WatchOS 2, can't wait to have Todoist as a complication on my watch and a native app. Past Review (STILL APPLIES): I'm a pro user and SO many things that were executed flawlessly, but it's SERIOUSLY missing TEMPLATES/WORKFLOWS (pleaseeee!)... The ability to insert a workflow to a project for team work is imperative. Can't run my team without that... But this is perfect otherwise.
My go-to
by mamcart on 2015/07/08 17:34
I love this app and use it every day, whether on the iPad or on my desktop. Perfect ease of use.
Tremendously helpful
by SalamanderJBU on 2015/07/08 02:00
Todoist has been tremendously helpful for keeping me (and my spouse) very organized! Great features with the free version, and for us it was worth subscribing to the premium features. We use the web version as well as the app to keep us on track no matter where we are.
User since 2012
by Kdjgbymekdigigkhyntk on 2015/07/08 01:12
Haven't looked back to my planner or another tasking system since.
Best to do app out there !
by Mike1111222 on 2015/07/08 00:55
I've tried a lot of the them and this is hands down the best.
Too expensive
by SOVI3T5PY on 2015/07/07 18:25
This app looks great but any features helpful in getting organized requires upgrading.
Functional and pretty
by ErikW on 2015/07/07 03:38
I like it better than Wunderlist.
Keeps my life together
by Beachley on 2015/07/07 01:07
I couldn't do my job without it!
Bloated
by Flak-age on 2015/07/06 14:03
I have to say this app had great promise in the beginning but it seems that with every update it gets slower and more buggy. The automated date parsing is absolutely terrible - useless in 99.9% of all cases. The app now is so slow that it even fails to load its own settings page... The development team is definitely pretty fast, but it seems like the priorities are wrong. I would focus on keeping the app slim and performant and fixing bugs that people complain about rather than introducing more and more features such as Karma (totally useless) which just slow things down ...
My Favorite App!
by just-a-monkey on 2015/07/04 02:34
I am a university professor, and I never seem to have enough time in the day between research, teaching, and service. Todoist is the best task manager app that I've used, and it's the easiest and most elegant solution for me. I keep all of my tasks organized and can see what I need to do every day. I love the new swiping gestures to complete or reschedule tasks. The new themes and animations look super polished, clean, and make using the app super easy and fast. Students often talk to me after class, and if I can't answer a question immediately, I can quickly add these notes to the app and return to them later. I have become more productive and responsive to my students, colleagues, and collaborators requests and tasks. I don't know how I functioned before this app, but I am so happy I have it now to manage my endless tasks and responsibilities.
Promising product from a tone deaf developer.
by Crab_Tree on 2015/07/03 11:47
The one category of App I've spent the most time searching for is the ideal To Do manager. I've tried all the big players and am supporting so many premium subscriptions that I may have to take out a second mortgage. Todoist was easily looking like the clear winner and then . . . You cannot easily hide completed items if they are a sub task with the desktop version, and not at all on the mobile version. It seems like a small item, but totally opposed to the way I work. It is absolutely maddening to have to filter through completed tasks to see what remains to be done. The logical solution would be to give the user the choice. What blew my mind and led me to give such a low rating and go out of my way to write a review, which I hate to do by the way, was the absolute alergy the developers appear to have about even considering this feature. Take some time to visit their feedback board and you will see absolutely rigid responses from the developer to a very long list of users begging for this feature. It's basically, this is the way it works, deal with it. So much for versatility. It's really a shame because I was ready to commit to Todist as my go to App for task management. Now that they've got my money I suppose I'll work around this limitation by keeping a shopping list or two in it and avoid creating anything within a hierarchy while I keep looking. I certainly won't be renewing unless the developer makes a serious attitude change in regards to how it listens to it's customers.
Todoist
by aawaw on 2015/07/01 22:14
Great product
This App Saved My Life!
by jadeorchid523 on 2015/07/01 21:03
Such a great app that literally saved my life the last 6 months. I'm one of the most disorganized people you'll ever meet, but with this app I've been able to stay on top of my multiple commitments, and increase my productivity immensely! Thank you Todoist! :)
Sencilla, Practica y Efectiva
by José Mora Baez on 2015/07/01 12:53
Una aplicación para administrar una lista de tareas desde sencilla hasta compleja, contemplando todas las funcionalidades necesarias para una persona productiva.
Simple and effective
by David Hutcherson on 2015/07/01 00:22
It's one of my favorite apps. I love the way it keeps me on track of everything but it also gamifies by tracking your productivity always pushing you to be better.
Recurring notifications working again
by HighTechToid on 2015/06/30 06:36
The app itself is nicely resigned. But, unfortunately this is the only task app that I know of whose reminders and notifications don't work half the time and the support from the company isn't that great about it. Update: 6/29 Recurring notifications working again. Won't give higher rating though because I want to see how long it lasts since this is one aspect of the app that's inconsistent.
Keep up the great work on this.
by Mbldr on 2015/06/30 03:41
10-year plus GTDer. Use Windows laptop and tablet along with iOS devices. This app has a great look and feel along with an intuitive flow. Moving away from 7-years of use of Netcentrics GTD Outlook Addin to Todoist. Any features missed from the GTD Addin are far outweighed by the convenience of having all of this sync across platforms and readily available anywhere. One thing really missed is the ability to add screen shots (not as attachments) to notes as easily as it's done in Outlook. Having notes shown with the task as in Outlook would be a big plus. Read recently in the ToDoist blog about increased tie in with Microsoft Ink-looking forward to that.
very handy tool
by Kyle Pettit on 2015/06/30 03:03
Very useful for staying organized and reminders. I use it daily!
My Go to app
by Palthainon on 2015/06/29 22:24
This earned a place on my dock. I've tried to organize with the reminders app, wunderlist and others without success. I decided to pay for this shortly after downloading it and it has helped immeasurably.
Amazing!
by Profittaker on 2015/06/29 22:10
Best task organizing software out there - hands down!
Almost perfect
by RainHopper on 2015/06/29 00:56
With IFTTT support, you can add tasks with a number of ways. I used Swipes before changing to Todoist. The date and time picker is much more efficient than Todoist. But I am being picky. Good product and well worth the cost for the premium support.
Get ready to become superhuman
by Real Carrera on 2015/06/28 22:36
This is by far the best software for maintaining a productive life, period. My life has literally changed in the last month. I'm using Todoist organize my life and business into manageable actions and completing/executing these actions step-by-step. I am now more productive then I've ever been. My family, friends and clients are amazed at how fast I can recall and execute pending tasks and get things delivered. Todoist has helped me improve my productivity from my business to my personal life in a way that makes me feel that I finally have control over my life. If you have goals, they can be created as projects and divided into tasks and subtasks with a number of parameters such as due dates, tags (labels) and filters. Also, you can easily invite people into your projects. For example, my girlfriend and I share a project titled "Home," where we add everything that needs to be handled at home from bills to joint activities. This helps us get a clear idea of any tasks that are pending in our home and avoids us from having to constantly remind each other of the things that need to get done. In the paid subscription, (which is worth every penny) there is also the ability to add voice notes, comments, photos and documents to task and this gives you a full picture of what needs to be done and what needs to be handled in order for you to complete your tasks. These features are invaluable to reach your goals. You can even chat in real-time with anyone involved in your project. I recommend watching at least 5 to 6 minutes of the videos that are posted in the help section to help you get an understanding on how to get the most out of the application. In reality, it's not necessary to watch the videos, however, I recommend that you do watch them so you can become a power-user. If you are looking to improve the quality of your life, and get a full picture of everything in your life that needs to get done in order for you to move forward, then this is a good software for you to start with. I was personally tired of having to remember everything that I needed to do until I came across this software. It is painless, easy, and extremely effective when it comes to managing tasks. I have a very busy lifestyle and a lot of request from friends, family and clients to get things done. Before using this software I would often default on due dates and forget very important events in my life. Luckily that it's no longer the case because I have finally found an application that can act as my assistant when it comes to managing important things in my life. The results that I get from this app have given me a new level of satisfaction. Now I can see the things I am getting done and in return I am now more motivated to complete more tasks because it actually feels like I am getting somewhere with my life and my business. My recommendation? Give this application a fair shot by sitting down for a few hours and writing down every single task and goal that you have in your life and business. Once you have everything written down you'll get a better idea on how to begin completing and reaching your goals. You'll thank yourself for having doing so. You might not be able to get everything in one sitting, however, throughout the day you can continue to add things that you might have missed in the first sitting. You will be surprised at how many things you need to do in your life that you keep putting off in order to reach the next level. This app will help you exactly with that. Thank you for reading this review and I hope your life improves the same way my life has improved by using this application.
Sync-O'licious
by BeezerDude on 2015/06/28 21:42
Any browser, any device, simple UI, essential feature set for a task manager. Good features for light project management, even for teams, but not truly a project management software solution as such, not yet anyway. I'm not looking for a beefy PM solution so works extremely well for my personal and even work related projects (my work projects are self managed and don't require budget tracking or Gantt charts). I use Todoist with Sunrise Calendar and am very happy. I upgraded to paid version to get templates and other enhanced features. 5 stars for overall execution and current version feature set, less one star for cost. In my opinion, Todoist could gain more subscribers by adding a mid-tier price for the full task related feature set sans file attachment and charge $15/yr. Charge the $25/yr price for file attachment, maybe storage and third party storage retrieval integration as well as deeper current and future PM features. Those are great features to have and build out, but not necessary for all task management users. I've spent way too much time comparing and experimenting with task and task/calendar combos--probably every one in the App Store. Don't bother with the dairy-themed products and folio UI stuff. Those were the old days. Todoist and Sunrise are an unbeatable and inexpensive (totally worth supporting) combo that work beautifully on any device. A must for multiple and cross-platform users.
Best To-Do list app I've found
by ThadSherman on 2015/06/28 03:49
I've tried many different apps and this is hands down the simplest to navigate and at the same time the most accommodating when it comes to categorizing tasks in whatever system works best for you. I can't recommend this app highly enough!
Todoist
by A weather nut on 2015/06/27 20:05
Great app! I have used a lot of task managers and this one is by far the best.
Multi-platform is impressive
by crasshipster on 2015/06/27 18:34
I like that this is multi-platform. And integrated in apps. That was the only point for me. I have NO idea why anyone would pay $30 annually for features for a task app. I guess business collaboration. Still that is ridiculous. I'd expect a full blown email, calendar, docs and attachments with tasks, Dropbox, Evernote and more. But I already have that without the recurring price in other apps. It's an extremely well-developed, stable, app. I can't add repeating tasks or set reminders. It does do lists inside of lists, I don't see much else. I'm not so sure why it is so great yet. I've had and deleted it a couple of times. I'll update my review once I discover that - if I keep it long enough.
strongly suggest you add a calendaring technique
by Asmaa Y. Nassir on 2015/06/26 00:33
It's better if it had like For example the calendar in the Iphone. When i add a task or a note it shows me as an all that i have tasks in these days by putting dots in that day so it's easier to know if am busy in that day or not ,but in the todoist it does not show me So, it's a little-bit confusing cause i do not know how can i organize the days if i have a task and i want to distribute the tasks in a specific month . In todoist they view the tasks as in each week and it's all written. • I strongly really suggest you to add a calendaring technique and we can choose which way to go . ( in mobile apps )
Yes,
by Todoner on 2015/06/25 23:18
this app gets the job done and oh so much more! If you are looking for the one to do it this is it. I have tried almost every to do solution out there and this is the best. It also serves as a great GTD component. Happy doing!
Competent and full functioning app.
by ASchoelkopf on 2015/06/24 21:49
Would love to see CRM integration with Salesforce and /or Zoho. Now using zap to sync two applications which is incomplete and expensive. Well organized. Hard to share entire projects with staff. Requires too many emails and confirmations. Small hiccups for a very good application- surely one of the best.
Great, but huge flaw
by Dffghjjkkk on 2015/06/24 05:00
Cannot include any text remotely resembling a date - boo. Example: type in "buy 1/2 gallon of milk" will be converted to, "buy gallon of milk" with a due date of Jan 2! Please allow this feature to be disabled. It's so annoying I use the program much less than before.
Love it!!
by TheDaveOh on 2015/06/23 04:06
Love it!!
My lifeline!
by Beckster21388 on 2015/06/23 00:56
I love and use this app for both my work and personal tasks. Great all-in-one tool. I have the premium upgrade, and it is absolutely worth the $30 a year
Great Task Manager
by NuthinButDaBlues66 on 2015/06/22 23:54
Overall this is a great tool to have at one's disposal. A few features I would like to see, such as, automatic rollover of tasks to the next day (maybe with some sort icon that indicates past due date). Premium is the way to go. Hope to see more improvements soon.
Works Great
by Tim Moffitt on 2015/06/22 12:07
I spent time and money on cheaper apps and ended up deleting them. This app works great and is worth the money!
Qwsa
by qw12qazsd on 2015/06/21 16:31
Super
Changed my life
by beepboop55 on 2015/06/21 05:31
This app made me the student that I am today. I would not have been as successful if it weren't for Todoist. A beautiful design and multiple device syncing make it the best planner app I have ever used.
Great Match for Me.
by David Mc on 2015/06/21 03:36
My To-Do App History: I gave up on Remember The Milk after over five years due to their static nature. I used Asana for a time but it became too complicated with the project management focus. I've never liked the way Wunderlist looked. Todoist is a fitting my needs very nicely. I love the easy focus on the immediate and easy postponement. The date format for repeating took some getting used to but I try to keep those to a minimum. Todoist is a very nice website and app combination!
Great task manger, but update is...
by Scarbon83 on 2015/06/20 02:55
Mediocre... The sync and update functions are delayed. In a word, it's buggy. When you complete a task it doesn't sync with the completed tasks, karma, or the server. Please fix. -------------------------- Update for version 10: Love the todo karma update. This is the best todo manager out there. Have tried many. Really like that premium is integrated across platforms. The service and software are great and finally now so is the iOS version.
Puts my mind at rest
by Bonsaiman1421 on 2015/06/20 02:16
The app is useful for freeing my mind of all the things I must do. It enables me to not fret about forgetting something necessary for the future. The reminder feature enables me to proceed throughout a day without thinking about I am forgetting something enabling me to focus on a task at hand until my next task must be started. I find myself highly motivated by its efficiency analytics. Seeing my productivity visually enables me to assess how I'm doing. Well designed and easy to use. The new swipe features are a great addition, and remind me of another app I love, mailbox.
One of the best on the market.
by Mnp161 on 2015/06/20 00:27
I always come back to using this app. Simple and easy to use. Plus the todoist Karma gets me even more motivated. I think once you get past novice, it entices you to keep being productive. Kudos to the designers of this app. I would recommend having higher and higher levels for Karma. The only negative is the price for premium, but it's an investment in yourself, so I guess it's worth it.
Useful app
by eahiv on 2015/06/20 00:15
A great app but previous versions required less clicks to do things. There's less text on buttons now so it's a mystery what they'll do when you click them. Boo to recent updates. Crashing has gotten better so that's good. And it's a good service overal.
Best App
by Niravkumar on 2015/06/19 21:11
This is the best to do list app I have came across. I had tried many other similar apps but I never got satisfaction. This app has awesome features like filter level, schedule, tasks n the best one is the karma feature. It helps me to look at my performance over the time. I love this app.
Dangerous
by epsjco on 2015/06/17 21:09
Sadly I have abandoned this app that had become a great productivity tool that was easy to use and well integrated with Outlook, aa Andriod device, and an iPhone. It has randomly deleted at least 3 tasks that I have realized. Support suggests clearing a cache to prevent this from happening again...totally unacceptable. I am now looking for something to replace it across platforms but may revert to using only the Outlook task function.
great productivity app
by Espinosa009 on 2015/06/17 16:43
I use this app in both Windows and Mac environments and I love it. I do wish I could have the outlook plug-in for my outlook Mac version and OneNote too!
I Depend on this App
by JacksonRehoboth on 2015/06/17 14:56
I depend on to-do lists. ToDoist is a fine product to help me, and the new iOS versions show that the company is dedicated to making it even better. Now that they have committed to natural language for stating dates, they have to continue to improve. For example, the program will not honor "the first Tuesday of each month" as an entry. I have to write a check the first Tuesday of each month to a supplier. That is the one thing that makes my rating four stars rather than five.
Best Todo App & I've tried TONS!
by Drumnkyle on 2015/06/17 14:21
I have a folder full of todo apps that I have acquired over the years of owning different iPhones. This app is absolutely the best in every way. It has great features, an intuitive, user-friendly UI, and a reasonable price point. I decided to really dedicate myself to using Todoist consistently and it has really helped me get more things done. I highly recommend it!
Best To-Do, and I've tried many
by Sachemdot on 2015/06/17 13:17
Todoist is amazing in how well it integrates with other tools, and how well it syncs across platforms. I can't wait for the new API!
Its good
by Querf on 2015/06/17 02:49
Real good
Critical to my productivity.
by bgbgbgbgbg on 2015/06/16 16:17
Great job guys.
Almost perfect
by MiRa : ) on 2015/06/16 11:04
For the past 3 years I used Things as my mobile task manager. I loved the elegant GUI and instant synch with the Mac version. But I use a PC at work and was always looking for a better multi-platform task app with similar elegance and easy of use. I found Todoist and love it. I've used it all week and was impressed with the instant synch across iPhone, Mac and PC. I also found that it integrates well with Outlook, even allowing live emails to be turned into tasks in Todoist. Great!! And I really love the ability to easily indent sub tasks by dragging. This really helps organize work logically for multi-step processes. Until last month, I was frustrated by the lack of two key features missing in Todoist but present in most other task apps like Things: bulk selection and drag-and-drop for labels, date changes and other task features. This really slows things down when you are a power user, and need to reschedule or reprioritize. My dreams were realized in the release of Version 10 for iOS. Bulk changes are now easy. And it is also easy to add tasks between other tasks by "pinching" open a spot in a list, and to indent tasks as subtasks. Todoist is so easy to use that it integrates seamlessly into life on the go or in the office.
Best one out there
by Morse123 on 2015/06/16 03:55
Todoist has all the features you need and multi platform apps bring it all together as the single tool that gets it's done. Easy to use and master. Apple watch app rocks and was worth the wait.
The best, streamlined task app
by marcieQ on 2015/06/16 03:33
I'm a project manager at a well-known internet site and use this religiously app to track all my own and teammates to-do's. I would not be able to handle the amount of tracking and have a clear mind without this tool. Thanks To-Doist!! One love.
Awesome
by Mommy2threeboys on 2015/06/16 01:23
Couldn't imagine work without it now!
Great app
by Bnbnbnbnbytt12234 on 2015/06/16 00:32
Love the organization for my tasks. Between work and home I have a lot of tasks floating around and todoist simplifies them
Great app!
by Trooper2007 on 2015/06/15 19:26
I've been using Todoist about 2.5 yrs now and I love it. The recurring tasks are great for my monthly reports. I used the free version for a year and it did everything I needed; I upgraded when they offered me a discount and the labels are extra helpful. I've never had a problem and the one time I emailed support (to inquire whether I'd be charged automatically for my next year of premium) they got back to me within hours. Overall a marvelous to do list app and I can't think of anything it's lacking!
Helps me remember without being super annoying
by SarcasitKate on 2015/06/15 03:01
Love this app, I use it daily. Highly recommend!
The best available
by Critter50 on 2015/06/14 22:32
I've tried nearly all of the options and find that ToDoist suits my needs the best. Have used it now for several years.
Replaced Toodledo with Todoist
by Dr. Ted Mikell on 2015/06/14 13:35
After years of love with Toodledo I thought nothing after years of searching would be better. With all the improvements in Todoist it finally is superior in ease and productivity than Toodledo . Glad I made the switch
This app is awesome!!!!
by IP4user252 on 2015/06/14 02:32
I have been using this app for over a year now and LOVE it. I use Todoist for work projects, personal projects, grocery lists and much much more. My wife and I share projects and work together to complete projects. The syncing is flawless between all devices. I use Todoist on iPhone, Safari and Google chrome. I would highly recommend Todoist to anyone who's read "Getting a Things Done" and is looking for an app to track tasks.
Great Wunderlist Replacement
by SVKinAZ on 2015/06/13 18:15
If you’re looking for a new task manager now that Microsoft has acquired Wunderlist, Todoist is it. Not only does it match Wunderlist feature to feature, it also bests Wunderlist’s features in some ways. For example, Todoist’s handling of labels is much better than that of Wunderlist. Cross-platform support is outstanding. I particularly like the e-mail plug-ins for Outlook, Gmail, Postbox, and more. For those needing the Pro version, the cost of Todoist Pro is much cheaper than Wunderlist Pro. My only complaint would be that Todoist keeps more features as part of the Pro upgrade than Wunderlist, but since I’m a Pro user anyway, it doesn’t bother me. Most users won’t need those features. The app’s design is simple, efficient, and effective. Highly recommended.
Pay
by Tunafishtaco on 2015/06/13 17:15
This app makes you pay to do anything
Great for staff and project management
by zennylenny on 2015/06/13 16:55
Versatile, easy to use, love it. Filters are powerful for viewing tasks in various ways. Tried a number of others but this is the best.
Great App
by Jhase511 on 2015/06/13 14:32
I have the Todoist app on my phone, iPad, and computer. It works great to keep me organized on all of my devices, and I really enjoy how I can quickly throw a task in the inbox while i'm on the go. It has really streamlined my organization system.
Crashes on launch
by TedRB on 2015/06/13 04:42
How do you release an update that doesn't even launch?
Review from a Premium User
by Slowpokezzz on 2015/06/12 23:35
I've been using ToDoist for 7-months. I became a Premium member in January 2015 (6-months ago). How often do I use this ToDoist? Everyday. Before I began, I had limited experience on how to really use a "to-do" list. I was actually using Evernote with help from TheSecretWeapon.org (go check that out first. It's FREE!) but Evernote (iOS/web) is too clunky to be used in that fashion. Is the app and the subscription worth it? Well, the app is slightly better than OK, but with that said, I am not completely satisfied. The app is not intuitive. It's basically functional and practical. Honestly, the app needs more "work-flow" development. On the plus side, once you're a premium member (subscription), the support team is very quick to handle your questions. Would I recommend it? That depends. - Are you someone who wishes to be more productive with your time? (rhetorical) - Are you someone who is willing to invest sometime in learning an app (~1-hour of solid use)? - Are you REALLY serious about your productivity? ... then ToDoist is for you.
Robust options, easy interface, synching not great
by Jesse Lee in Boulder on 2014/07/12 16:48
I've been using this app for a little over two weeks. Prior to that, I used Daylite for almost 5 years to manage my tasks, contacts, projects and calendar. I shopped around, reading articles for about a month. I definitely wanted an app that would work on my iPhone and laptop. This app isn't perfect but I love the fact that you can share tasks with other users, have repeating tasks and make sub-tasks. Also the user interface is super easy to use. However, I do agree with the other reviews that the synching is a little buggy. It always pushes things from the desktop to the phone completely and reliably. But things entered on the phone, don't always make it to the desktop and, if they do, any note attachments don't. I've also found that completing a task on my phone means I won't be able to find it on the desktop. So, I try to enter things from the desktop app as much as possible. I'm not too upset because I've found it's not uncommon for apps that involve a calendar and a mobile/laptop synching element, to have similar bugs. On a minor note, I do wish that it automatically ordered tasks by date (soonest to most distant, with no due date coming last) in each project. It does so on the "today" and "this week" home screen but would be great if system-wide. Overall I'm happy with ToDoist and don't even mind paying the $30 per year for a premium subscription, so long as the developers continue to work out the bugs.
Very well designed.
by BereanTRB on 2015/04/15 20:44
One of my primary reasons for using a smart phone is for project and task management. I have used some other apps that functioned pretty well, but Todoist is the best I've used so far. First, a good task management app has to let me easily set up and organize multistep projects but also allow me to enter something simple like "call Bruce" without multiple screens, clicks, or swipes. Another important thing for me is effective and flexible management of recurring tasks. For example, things like the second Saturday of each month or 30 days after I've completed a task. Also, I need a good desktop/laptop interface for entering longer projects. Todoist gives me all of this plus some great extras. The variety of other platforms is nice. The color-coded graphs in Karma are a convenient way to see how I spent my time (the colors on the graph correspond to the color codes on your projects). But the final features that really make Todoist shine for me are the flexibility and power of labels and filters. These give me a lot of power and flexibility to shape and use Todoist my own way. All of this comes together to make Todoist the most powerful yet elegant task management app I've used so far.
The Perfect App for Time-Management
by A Former Procrastinator on 2015/04/07 16:24
The latest update to Todoist on iOS has really improved the experience of using the app. Creating and deleting tasks are no hassle, and now it takes seconds to assign a parent task to the created task. Overall, this app has really improved my ability to prioritize. I am able to see any tasks that I might have for the upcoming week, as well as the tasks that I need to complete simply by viewing the app from the home screen. What initially drew me to this app was its ability to create subtasks, and subtasks to the subtasks, a feature that is often not included in other task-management apps. Therefore, I am able to easily separate huge projects into simpler components. Even without upgrading the app, one can experience all of the benefits of having Todoist. My only complaint, which is relatively minor, is that there is no way to view tasks that do not need to completed in a week (so viewing a month's worth of tasks, or seeing a specific day months later, is impossible). As I mentioned, this is not an urgent complaint, and should not degrade from the experience. This app would benefit those with busy schedules or procrastinators.
This is the app that works for me
by Decapede on 2015/04/07 15:38
I tried Things, OmniFocus, and The Hit List, none of which have been able to deliver the kind of results as Todoist has. Or rather, I haven't been able to achieve the same results with those apps, even though they are more comprehensive and "powerful" in some ways. Perhaps it was the steep learning curve. Todoist allowed me to begin at s very intuitive place, the to-do list, and then expand into labels, contexts, projects, etc. The functionality is simple and increases in complexity as the user increases in skill; simply put, those other apps were too much too soon. Not to say those won't work, they very well might, it depends what your workflow looks like. Big deal breaker for me was the inability to use OmniFocus on my work computer, which is Windows. Same goes with Things. Cross-platform syncing is crucial for me, and Todoist is seamless. $29/yr. for premium is totally worth it. I spent almost $200 on GTD tools before finding Todoist, do in my opinion, a seriously good value.
Perhaps the best list manager for IOS
by aCanuckintheUSA on 2013/09/15 17:55
I don't normally bother with writing reviews as I am usually too busy to take the time, however I felt that I had to offer a review as this app has exceeded my expectations. I have tried at least seven other "to do" apps including Wunderlist, To do, Tasks, etc- and this app has replaced them all. The best list manager is the one that you actually use- and for me, that breaks down to how easy is it to add an item quickly when you are on the go, the graphic interface, will it update and sync to all my devices (instead of separate lists on separate machines), and Todoist does all of that elegantly. I wish the app shared the same kind of robust interface as an actually application on my laptop (although the web interface is just as good as the IOS version), hence the 4 star rating. This is also one of the very, very few apps that I have actually paid a yearly subscription to because it is so absolutely essential in keeping me on track. Give this app a try- I will be surprised if you are dissapointed.
Mixed feelings in general
by Shopping2 on 2015/04/02 01:07
I like the premise of Todoist and I rely on their many integrations but I have to say their natural language date management was a real disaster when compared to Remember the Milk. Some features, such as creating filters by project using the "p:" syntax have existed on desktop but NEVER worked on mobile. We're talking about something I've waited for almost a year now. With this latest update, the recurrence syntax for "after 1 day" is broken. I think testing for recurrences "every, each, after" should be part of your automation suite. What's going on here? I can't use the iOS app at all now and need to use the web product. When I posted a note in the support form, I got no feedback. The product does many things well, but I question if as a customer I'm being listened to and as someone who is in the industry and is a stickler for quality - I'm disappointed by the regressions I see in their native clients. For the record, I don't give his feedback arbitrarily - I have accumulated more than 14,000 points so hopefully it shows my feedback comes with some thought for whoever on the team might read this.
Excellent and Best of All
by uwabs on 2013/09/28 08:18
I had spent so much money on Task Management Apps ranging from Omnifous to Things and to the bottom of them all but never found any satisfaction in these Apps despite huge sums of money spent on them. They failed to meet what I would consider as the essential requirements expected of a helpful Task Management App in our modern day busy environment. Then when I was about giving up I ran into Todoist in the course of searching for better Task Management App that really meets the need. I bought it and began to check it out. Within minutes and with great delight I subscribed to the Premium Upgrade. I do not think I will ever remember or use the hundreds of Task Management Apps I had earlier purchased from the Itunes Store. This App is excellent and feature rich. The Support is great. I am just simply overwhelmed and can't wait to tell everyone I know to purchase the App without delay. Todoist is the best of them all and may remain the very best for a very long time!!!!
Great iPhone app and interface with other apps
by Jules42888 on 2014/02/01 05:43
The Todoist apps (I use iPhone and PC/windows app) keep getting better. I spent many hours doing research and testing out various productivity / to-do list systems and I think this one is the clear winner. For me cross-platform usage was key since I need to be able to enter stuff on the go on my iPhone but easier to modify stuff in detail on my PC. This does this fantastically and allows me to set a variety of parameters (priority, due date, project, adding files to tasks) easily. Two tips on this: --Give yourself a little bit of time to try it out before you make the final judgment -- it takes a bit of getting used to but is very fast once you've had a bit of time on it (this is the case for most of the to-do apps). --Upgrade to the premium version. For most of us, the impact of a good productivity app. is so much greater than the cost that it's worth trying it out with all the features.
Best task app ever, especially for ADHD
by twseal77 on 2014/08/31 16:01
I have ADD and I have been through a lot of apps and methods for trying to stay on task and remember stuff. This is by far the best app I have ever used... In fact so good that I normally don't write reviews, this is the first. It is very simple and quick to use, you van use it online on the web page on your PC with PC/mac app and on iPhone and iPad. I like the simplicity and ease of use. I like that I can add notes, attach files and keep categories for different things, like school, work, etc. So many apps and methods out there for ADD require a bunch of steps and processes and 'remember to remember' methods that don't work. If I could remember in the first place or keep my attention span long enough that might be ok, but I can't. This is the only app I have found that is simple and quick enough that I can pay attention and quickly add, update, and keep my life organized without being over complicated.
One of the best but still have a few wishes...
by Hotfish2012 on 2015/07/23 17:29
I've tried all sorts of to do list methods and apps. I think the GTD principles are the gold standard. Applying them in different apps is what makes a difference for me. The ease of inputting, updating, rearranging ends up determining how much I use the system. Todoist does a fine job. There are a few improvements that I wish would be made -or perhaps they exist but I have not figured out how to use them, which itself speaks to the need to clarify instructions. First, when I think of a project I need to complete, I start to list all of the steps t need to complete it, often not in proper sequence. The ability to tuck the steps under the project is easy enough but I haven't found the way to resequence the sub steps Also I haven't found how to link a task with an Evernote note. I suppose I need to make a project of figuring those things out, but really should not have to. All in all, this is a really terrific app nonetheless.
Got to give it 5 because it's the best out there, but...
by AAntonow on 2015/05/19 12:49
This is absolutely the best to do software I have seen so far, I have seen many. I've been using Apigo todo list before for three years and it stunk the basic functions but its operation felt like pulling teeth, had bugs, and it's synchronization was flaky. This one works like a dream, synchronizes over multiple platforms perfectly, is designed a beautifully and logically. Yet it is still missing couple of features that you would think they'd figure out over the length of the company's existence: when you sorted by label it doesn't do secondary sorting the project therefore if you are working on the tests that belong to single label you may have to jump from project to project to be able to concentrate on one – this is silly. So, it doesn't have a simple email this list function, although you can give access to anybody for free.
Sync-O'licious
by BeezerDude on 2015/06/28 21:42
Any browser, any device, simple UI, essential feature set for a task manager. Good features for light project management, even for teams, but not truly a project management software solution as such, not yet anyway. I'm not looking for a beefy PM solution so works extremely well for my personal and even work related projects (my work projects are self managed and don't require budget tracking or Gantt charts). I use Todoist with Sunrise Calendar and am very happy. I upgraded to paid version to get templates and other enhanced features. 5 stars for overall execution and current version feature set, less one star for cost. In my opinion, Todoist could gain more subscribers by adding a mid-tier price for the full task related feature set sans file attachment and charge $15/yr. Charge the $25/yr price for file attachment, maybe storage and third party storage retrieval integration as well as deeper current and future PM features. Those are great features to have and build out, but not necessary for all task management users. I've spent way too much time comparing and experimenting with task and task/calendar combos--probably every one in the App Store. Don't bother with the dairy-themed products and folio UI stuff. Those were the old days. Todoist and Sunrise are an unbeatable and inexpensive (totally worth supporting) combo that work beautifully on any device. A must for multiple and cross-platform users.
Works great, shareable, multi-platform, easy
by Kirk032167 on 2014/11/11 22:20
I have an iPad and an iPhone 6+. I'm not sure why everyone is complaining about this app. It works great. It syncs quickly. I can see it fine on my new phone. I find it easier to add items from my iPad, but that is because of the iPhone keyboard (which is certainly not the fault of this app). I can share my personal list with my spouse, and business todos with my business partner. We can assign tasks to one another. I add items from my iPad, then take my phone with me to the store if I am running errands. All synced and ready to complete. I also like the user rating. The more tasks you complete, the more experience your rating goes to (currently I'm a novice, but I am desperately seeking todos to increase my level :D). It does exactly what it advertises, which is help me keep track of and organize my todo lists. Great app. I would recommend it, and do.
A flexible and feature-rich To Do app
by sloppyjack on 2013/09/06 00:44
I have recently come back to Todoist, after the recent updates. I love it. I left Remember the Milk. Why? There are a few things I need from a todo app: 1. Syncs with a good website 2. Simple 3. Flexible 4. Doesn't require a lot of thought to maintain Todoist ticks those requirements, with a pleasant to use experience. The website is great- it presents the most crucial information to you, adding tasks is a cinch, as is keeping as few or as many projects as you'd like. You can also add nifty colors to cue you. I have found that - even while applying GTD principles- I need to change my system occasionally to match my workload. Sometimes I have many folders to segregate tasks (and thinking) by project. Other times, I just want to keep my todos from getting forgotten. Todoist accommodates either. Easily. And, with a variety of views, the app and site allow you to keep the most important actionable info on front of you, when you need it. There is nothing over complicated here- no stars or next actions or whatnot. That means you can create you own system and it will work. And on the web you can drag and drop tasks and projects to reorder them (great) and set your own front page view (mind is P1 + next 7 days due). That could come to the app but I don't miss it.
Replaced so many other tools & Apps
by Dave Seville on 2014/11/20 04:44
After starting out as a trial customer for a short time I have been a premium customer for two years now. Your creativity is the only limitation as to what this program can do for you. This has replaced so many other apps and programs and paper methods that I was using I can't begin to list them all out. Just start using it right away on a simple basis then take some time in setting up how you want to use it and you'll be amazed what it can do. I have sections for business and personal and it's amazing how much more I get done and keep organized by using one premium app like this. I love that it is cross platformed and I can use it on my iPad, computer and iPhone and everything stays in sync. One of the best features I like is that I can have it email and or text me at certain times for tasks that I designate.
No privacy, worthless offline
by GaryQual on 2014/04/28 02:15
As near as I can tell, all of your data is stored in the cloud on third-party serves, not even owned by the developer. The mere fact that the privacy policy is totally silent on the security of this data suggests that not only isn't it secure, so that both they and the unnamed third party can read your files, but the developer doesn't even appreciate the importance of maintaining the security of user data. Before any app can share data, it first has to create it on your own mobile device, so that you can use it. Simple, right? But if you install this app on an iPad without cellular, then get on the bus or subway to work, you're hosed. You can't even get started without logging in, and no network, no login. And what happens to your data if they go out of business? Backup to the close, and sharing with users are both great features. But for an app whose focus is personal data, if it doesn't first work reliably standalone, with no account creation required, it isn't worth trusting the developer with an e-mail address just to get started.
Locks up after several updates
by To do list fanatic on 2014/07/28 09:45
I often need to reschedule tasks that I was unable to complete the previous day. As I go down the list reviewing each task and updating the due date the app will lock up. It is often making my changes but tasks don't visually move until I force the app the restart. It could be that this has been a long time issue but it is getting worse as we build up more list items. It has recently started to being unresponsive to any screen taps. It occasionally continues even after forcing the app to restart. If this continues we will need to look for a different solution. With that said it works great for keeping track of our family's very complex list of to do's. My husband, daughter, and I all use the app. One complaint with sharing projects is that it doesn't display them on the new shared user's screen the same. When it could be critical that the new invited user realize what project it is a part of.
My Favorite App!
by just-a-monkey on 2015/07/04 02:34
I am a university professor, and I never seem to have enough time in the day between research, teaching, and service. Todoist is the best task manager app that I've used, and it's the easiest and most elegant solution for me. I keep all of my tasks organized and can see what I need to do every day. I love the new swiping gestures to complete or reschedule tasks. The new themes and animations look super polished, clean, and make using the app super easy and fast. Students often talk to me after class, and if I can't answer a question immediately, I can quickly add these notes to the app and return to them later. I have become more productive and responsive to my students, colleagues, and collaborators requests and tasks. I don't know how I functioned before this app, but I am so happy I have it now to manage my endless tasks and responsibilities.
Vs Omnifocus; and newest updated is great
by richjns on 2015/04/04 06:04
The newest update allows batch editing, which lacked in the mobile app in the past and was my biggest complaint. I have used Omnifocus and Wunderlist for several months at a time in the past as I found my way to Todoist. In the end, this one is the best for my purposes. Having projects and day-to-day checklists that you can custom sort (instead of having to sort by due time in Omnifocus) is great. You can link Google Drive (or Dropbox) documents to a checklist item/project and then changes made to the file on any device are synced to the cloud. This is in contrast to my biggest complaint with Omnifocus -- it would attach the file and you could access it on all devices, but making changes and then re-uploading the file was a tedious process. Overall this is a fantastic application.
Finally!
by CherLC on 2015/04/15 17:28
Since I got my iPhone four months ago I have searched through the to do list apps every couple weeks to research without having found the right one. This is the first one I have found that replaces paper for me! I am very pleased with the common language scheduling to be able to have every Tuesday or even 'today and tomorrow and then every Saturday' for a task is great! Rescheduling is a breeze and editing as well. Any task can have sub tasks as well to help visually organize. I wish that the update for the app wasn't $29 ANNUALLY. $29 is a lot for an app in the first place, much less each year... That being said, I would have gladly invested $5 for this free version... Even up to $10 if it came with the tasks-completed memory portion and more color schemes. Thanks for making a paper free app I can use comprehensively and with ease!
Great Desktop, Mobile is lacking
by neblotr on 2014/06/07 19:32
Kind of ridiculous as far as layout on the mobile app goes atm. It’s essentially a gigantic outline. No collapsing folders, nothing. As far as layout is concerned, Everyday app does a job orders better than this one, and they’re not even due to come out of beta till next week. I think the problem comes from the fact that they’re currently developing their application for 13 platforms. More or less stretched thin so to speak on development when you do that, or so it seems. Jack of all trades, master of none, as it were. Really needs some serious UI developments for the iOS platform. I’d venture to guess that a majority of the people that use this application do so from an iOS device and abhor the idea of being tethered to their laptop/desktop just because the mobile version is such an incredibly clunky P.O.S. It’s truly only good for a “mirror” of what you’ve entered elsewhere. This I say because: while you can enter tasks in this mobile version, it’s not at all fluid and certainly not enjoyable to enter subtasks for a large project of any real detail. I’m seriously hoping they fix these issues soon, because dollar for dollar, it’s actually cheaper to buy the full omnifocus suite (omnifocus 1 went for 3 years before “2”) than it is to pay for 3 years of todoist premium. They need to stop honing their app for business and start focusing on the individual, as I’m sure they make up the bulk of TD users.
Excellent for motivation
by MStephens1234 on 2015/03/25 19:57
I'm slowly having my palm pilot pried out my hands and this app is helping with that. Things I love: - the ability to focus just on today's tasks - the ability to add labels and view all tasks with those labels - the ability to create separate projects and include (or not) those in with main tasks - the extreme flexibility of how due dates can be input. It can be simple, or It can get pretty complicated. (That's almost like programming) - the tracking of completed tasks. They don't just disappear forever, they go to a karma done list where I can sit and exult over all I got done. - the ability to reorder tasks by dragging them to reflect the order I anticipate doing them. - the ability to create three levels of sub tasks in projects. Things I don't care for: - setting priority on a task makes it rise to the top and stay there. I understand why, but I'd still like to be able to move it around. - i can't see tasks I've set for days farther ahead than 7. I can easily forget I put them in and put them in multiple times. - I can't see how to add notes to tasks. As you can see, these are small quibbles, so I'm mostly quite satisfied with this app. If my productivity for the year matches my productivity over the first three days I've had it, it will $28 well spent.
Great Task Manager
by KingRichard26 on 2014/12/10 00:26
I have been searching for an app that can manage all of my tasks and projects, and this task manager gets the job done. It is the one app that can be integrated with other platforms very well such as gmail or sunrise calendar. It works great on my Mac and iPhone and all of my tasks are in my Todoist no matter what device I use. Ever wish to take an email that you would need to get back to (perhaps because of a lengthy research or response needed,) well in Gmail, there is a button that you can add to your browser which can save your emails as tasks. How about that???!!! It is truly a great task manager and would recommend it for anyone who has a lot of stuff on their plates and wants to quickly and easily jot down a to-do or reminder that they can circle back to when completed.
Love this todo app!
by ahaef on 2014/05/25 21:19
Full disclosure: I did end up subscribing to the premium service, but that's also probably the best endorsement I can give. Love the clean, simple interface for using the lists and checking things off, but still with tons of options when creating or editing a task. It can be as straightforward or complex as you want to make it. The daily email snapshot with reminders of how many things you did, how many you have to do that day, and how many points you have will either keep you hooked or annoy you; if it's the latter, they're easily turned off. Sync is super-fast (one of my complaints with other todo apps) and has never lost one of my tasks. No shared lists and no location-based due dates means this isn't my only todo app, but it's the one I use for all of my tasks!
A few years makes a big difference!
by ImpressedByAfterYou on 2015/04/27 15:36
Tried todoist a few years back when it was web only. I liked the clean look and simplicity of it back then but it was a bit limited as far as functionality. I decided to try it again about a month ago and wow! I'm now actively using it in iPad, iPhone, my Mac, and occasionally on the web. Wherever I am, I'm able to quickly look up my projects and tasks or add new ones. So far everything stays in sync beautifully. When I need to add attachments, I can. If I need to turn a task into a project or a project into a subproject of another subproject, I just drag and drop... And voilá! Really could be much easier to use and I have to say, the product has come a long way in the past few years! Keep up the good work guys!
Great For Collaborative Task Lists
by Edawg83 on 2014/07/12 02:59
I am a firm supporter as Todoist has really helped me get on track with list building. It will require an Internet connection to stay up to date, but it is meant for folks always on the go. At first, I maintained my own lists, and over time I have had to evolve and move them around. This has been very easy and quick to do, which I appreciate. I have expanded my list to incorporate my wife and colleagues at work. It has been a great resource to use collaboratively, and access to my list on my phone, desktop, or laptop have made it a huge plus. The additional features would be nice to haves, but the subscription process seems a bit steep unless more unique value is added. I think Todoist should survey their users to get a better idea of what they would pay for - just my two cents.
Great Wunderlist Replacement
by SVKinAZ on 2015/06/13 18:15
If you’re looking for a new task manager now that Microsoft has acquired Wunderlist, Todoist is it. Not only does it match Wunderlist feature to feature, it also bests Wunderlist’s features in some ways. For example, Todoist’s handling of labels is much better than that of Wunderlist. Cross-platform support is outstanding. I particularly like the e-mail plug-ins for Outlook, Gmail, Postbox, and more. For those needing the Pro version, the cost of Todoist Pro is much cheaper than Wunderlist Pro. My only complaint would be that Todoist keeps more features as part of the Pro upgrade than Wunderlist, but since I’m a Pro user anyway, it doesn’t bother me. Most users won’t need those features. The app’s design is simple, efficient, and effective. Highly recommended.
I've tried them all...
by Dougstump on 2014/12/12 03:57
For an early adopter of productivity apps, the one category in which I've struggled is to-do-list apps. They haven't satisfied my need for simplicity and depth, so I've remained a Franklin-Covey paper planner guy (ironic for someone who relies on his electronic devices to get everything else done). After a week of using this free version, I think I've found the right tool and plan on upgrading to the paid version to get more functionality. Right off the bat, I found the prioritization, categories and flexibility to create tasks and due dates (love how I can key in "every other day" in the browser version for repeat events) highly intuitive. And synchronization between devices is a snap--no waiting around like some other apps. I highly recommend.
Almost perfect
by MiRa : ) on 2015/06/16 11:04
For the past 3 years I used Things as my mobile task manager. I loved the elegant GUI and instant synch with the Mac version. But I use a PC at work and was always looking for a better multi-platform task app with similar elegance and easy of use. I found Todoist and love it. I've used it all week and was impressed with the instant synch across iPhone, Mac and PC. I also found that it integrates well with Outlook, even allowing live emails to be turned into tasks in Todoist. Great!! And I really love the ability to easily indent sub tasks by dragging. This really helps organize work logically for multi-step processes. Until last month, I was frustrated by the lack of two key features missing in Todoist but present in most other task apps like Things: bulk selection and drag-and-drop for labels, date changes and other task features. This really slows things down when you are a power user, and need to reschedule or reprioritize. My dreams were realized in the release of Version 10 for iOS. Bulk changes are now easy. And it is also easy to add tasks between other tasks by "pinching" open a spot in a list, and to indent tasks as subtasks. Todoist is so easy to use that it integrates seamlessly into life on the go or in the office.
No calendar view, but easy to use on many devices
by Surfer806 on 2015/03/02 08:17
My biggest gripe with this is that there isn't a full calendar view. It would be really nice to have a month-long or week-long view to visualize what I have due when. Also REALLY wish there was a "schedule for later" feature so tasks that aren't due immediately would just disappear until later and my to do lists would be less cluttered. I'm an executive assistant so I have 8 million pending tasks at all times and not all are immediate. The main reason I do like and use this app every day is that I can seamlessly use it on my iPad, iPhone, and on the web from anywhere. Super super helpful and love that they don't charge for each device like some other apps do. Also upgrading for the reminders and notes was really worth it for me
Finally found it a great "To Do" organizer
by Rafamendes on 2015/01/03 13:43
I have been searching for an app to help me to organize my "to dos" for a long time. I used the tasks from outlook what was easy to link to emails, but very poor for all other things (project organization, search tools, etc). I liked todoist very much, it is easy to use, cloud and works perfectly on my laptop, iPhone and iPad, giving me efficiency to execute and organize my activities. I only didn't give 5 star because there is no link to outlook or Google mail yet, it would save lot of time if I could mark an email as "follow up" in todoist, also it is complicate to send files. That should create something that I could copy a file from email or or drive and paste in todoist. Other than these items, I like very much the app and are helping me a lot.
Just Right? Maybe so.
by pcborup on 2014/07/16 23:27
For a long time I have floated in between Omni Focus, Things, and a couple of other apps for task management. Each have their strengths but also sufficient weaknesses that I felt a bit like the three bears story (i.e. this one is too much...this one is too little...) Todoist may be that "just right" middle ground. It is taking some getting used to but one large plus is that it is very consistent experience across all platforms that I am trying. That includes all Apple platforms as well as Web and Windows. That in itself is a big positive as one of my complaints about other apps has been inconsistent experience. Also need to note that the sync between all devices is lightning fast! So while my rating is still a work in process my initial feedback is 4 out of 5.
Best User Friendly Tool to Learn Collaborative Project Management
by darmok on 2015/05/09 16:41
Pros • Integration with Sunrise calendar app makes it easy to see your complete appointment and task load for a time period so you can avoid overloading • Ease of use simplifies training and increases retention of users • Basic service allows users to learn benefits of collaborative project management, so they can appreciate why the premium option is so worthwhile • Projects, Sub-projects, Tasks and Task Dependency is included with basic service. • Premium includes Custom Filters, Notes, Attachments, Search, and Project Templates Cons • Missing Update view. As changes to tasks are made, it's important to have one place were you can see that history. Something like a social media news stream, but for project and task activity like comments and changes made. The next best service with a strong basic package that helps you show people the value, before paying for premium service is Azendoo. Their app is getting better, but they do not currently allow you to resort tasks with mobile app, only via the web browser. Their interface is also not as clean or user friendly. Todoist it is the best value in collaborative task management.
Clean, consistent, and cross platform
by huwe on 2015/05/30 02:03
I've used paid versions of Omnifocus, Things, ToDo, and several others I don't recall. It's a highly personal tool so the only way I know to do it is get one and live with it for a while and see if you can make it fit your style. Todoist does that for me. I'm mainly in the Apple ecosystem, but still have to use other os's and the web version works great. I do like the native apps for my mac & iPhone, but web access is nice when I'm in another environment. The Zapier integration with Evernote is awesome and I really like their implementation for printing hard copies when I need to. Is it perfect - no, but none of them are. Todoist has a pleasant interface and can be bent to my work style so I'm very happy with it.
Mostly Excellent
by Type1Runner on 2014/10/01 18:30
I really like this app a lot! It provides lots of ways to organize a group tasks. Prioritization is a possibility. Setting due dates is great. Just takes a little bit of time to figure out how to set your dates, especially recurring ones. My one really big complaint is that I paid for the premium version so that I could get push reminders on my phone, and that part of the app is not working. I'm frustrated about that part. If that gets changed and fixed I can change this review. But for now, I'm changing the app I use for task management. I need to push notifications, or I will miss important tasks. I will mention that I contacted the developers for technical support, and they are aware of and are working on the issue. As of today, it still wasn't fixed. So they issued me a refund. I really appreciate that.
Excellent cross platform app
by Dana Piwinski on 2014/12/24 15:17
I've been using for about a year and half. A very solid todo list manager that works equally well on my windows PC Chrome or IE browser, and on my iOS 8 devices. I have many small projects to manage concurrently, with some larger ones going at the same time. This app helps me organize all my projects with project folders and subtasks. It's easy to go through and prioritize tasks daily. I also use the Inbox to just quickly throw in a task that I later file under the appropriate project, and my iPhone lets me do that by just speaking and having that converted into the text for the task. Nice. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because of the calendar integration, which is being improved. I would like to be able to assign a date range to a task (and subtasks), and have that show up graphically on a calendar. If it could do that, I wouldn't need other tools to do a project work breakdown structure. I paid for the premium version, both for the additional features, but especially to encourage this company to keep working on what I believe is a solid product with even more potential. If you like it, you might do the same.
Well implemented task manager
by Brianthreedee on 2015/01/25 14:44
Being new to the use of task management, I have tried several different apps. My requirements are based on my work force needs, multi platform support, ease of work flow integration, which also means ease of use, and collaboration tools. I've found that most of my needs have been met, but I'm not won over by the outlook integration. My complaint stems from two issues, I am unable to have the calendar sit either below, or atop the plug in, but only to the side. This takes up precious real estate. The second, is that I have to run the plugin, instead of using outlooks task feature. Admittedly my issues might be my own limited understanding and if so I'll gladly change my rating to five stars, but till proven otherwise I'll leave it at four stars.
Finally: Sub Folders in Easy To Use To Do Program
by Hlenow on 2015/06/11 19:07
I have used them all, Omni Focus, Things, and all the rest. For me, the ability to easily build sub folders in To Doist is the thing that got me. I find adding tasks is easy, giving them all the info needed is easy and working with the existing lists just intuitive and easy and complete. I am a lawyer trying to keep track of the many tasks for each of my clients and the many projects for each client. This is the best program for me because of its intuitive interface and deep feature set. I tried hard to love OMni focus, but it just didn't work simply enough for me. Things won't, as a matter of principle, allow sub folders.
A sufferer of ADD lands the perfect app...⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
by Lakahata on 2014/12/08 08:20
...at least that's what the title of my review should be! I've searched high and low for a To-Do app that works with how I work. I've bought, what feels like, every single app you can imagine to help organize my life. From the free ones to the paid ones, all of them grabbed my attention for a few days but we're either too simple, too difficult or just didn't have the necessary components for my lifestyle. Todoist gives me the cross-browser, web-based, app platform I need to keep me from losing my job. 😉😉 That's why I went ahead and upgraded to premium which was never my intent when I bought the app. Thank you Todoist for an incredible tool as well as a great blog!
Best task manager EVER!!
by dragonfly09 on 2015/05/16 16:54
I have used almost ALL of them and been disappointed. This is the first one that I would ever consider paying the full price for. I can write multiple projects, daily and weekly checklists, sub-projects, invite collaborators and manage everything from my phone and desktop integrated with Outlook. Best of all the calendar feature allows you to QUICKLY mark something as today, tomorrow or next week and have a list of items from every project due "today", "tomorrow" and the "next 7 days" show up in their own lists - something maddeningly missing from other task managers. I will be using this product until the day I die. Thanks SO MUCH for creating it.
Easy, intuitive, effective
by MNK94025 on 2015/04/20 15:44
I was skeptical of any to do list app as the act of writing, and the thought time spent crafting my lists helps me process the bigger picture that individual tasks are supporting... But I'm really impressed with how this app has supported the creative-thinking aspects of my time management. Simple yet effective. The ability to easily reorder tasks and prioritize is great. Using it is very intuitive. Only wish there was an easy way to print all open tasks (rather than printing one category at a time ) as I really like having a hard copy of the big picture to muse over. I'm sure I will use this more and more over time and take advantage of all its functionality.
Very good tool. Works great.
by Paper solutions on 2013/08/10 18:45
I moved to this app from wonderlist which was really bad. So far I am very impressed. Love the time date stamp that is automatically input when you save the note. Wish it would open the attached emails on the phone app. That only works on the computer with outlook. Everything has been very good on this. Also on my iPad now. Really great. The latest update also corrected several thing. Mostly the way you view notes and the calendar option is so much better to move your to dos to the dates you want. Great app only getting better. One more item needed is to highlight the importance level color a little more. You can hardly see it. Thanks.
Best Todo List out there- use with Sunrise!
by Ematton on 2015/03/21 19:47
I've loved Todoist for a few months, but due to software issues on my old phone couldn't get it on my mobile app for awhile. Since upgrading my phone, I've gotten to see just how wonderful todoist is as I have my phone on me all the time. I integrated it with my Sunrise app (the best calendar app out there) which shows you your to do's in a calendar view along with your events. Very handy! Only comment is that I wish there was an easier way to drag and drop or reorder tasks as sub tasks etc. It's possible to do the su tasks on the mobile app, but is far less user friendly and seamless as online. Great app! Worth the premium yearly charge!
Finally decided to go with a task program!
by TGZebra on 2015/06/11 02:43
I'm an app junkie. I've been using free app of the day programs for years and I have them all from 2Do to Things to Omnifocus. Todoist is the first I've really used for more than a couple of months. I just got tired of having to actually create a task list to learn how to use task programs in the first place. The easy set up and reliable syncing has me on top of everything. Coupled with Clear for simple lists, you can't go wrong. Yes, there are a couple of things I'd like to see changed but they seem very responsive and updates come often. If you are looking for simplicity, sophistication and adaptability, Todoist is the right choice.
Simplicity conquers the world
by justDelmar on 2014/12/27 14:23
Todoist is a simple and easy to use task management app that really helps me conquer the world around me. I've tried just about all of the popular task management apps out there and I've stuck with this app the longest. It's intuitive, simple and functional without being overbearing. The app is flexible enough to let you manage your task the way you want and not by a particular process. However, it does support GTD for those that follow that methodology. I also love the integration with other apps and services especially the CloudMagic email app. Right now this is my goto task management app until another comes along to unseat the king. Now go out and be productive!
Keep up the great work on this.
by Mbldr on 2015/06/30 03:41
10-year plus GTDer. Use Windows laptop and tablet along with iOS devices. This app has a great look and feel along with an intuitive flow. Moving away from 7-years of use of Netcentrics GTD Outlook Addin to Todoist. Any features missed from the GTD Addin are far outweighed by the convenience of having all of this sync across platforms and readily available anywhere. One thing really missed is the ability to add screen shots (not as attachments) to notes as easily as it's done in Outlook. Having notes shown with the task as in Outlook would be a big plus. Read recently in the ToDoist blog about increased tie in with Microsoft Ink-looking forward to that.
Finally found a system that works for me
by Furblong on 2013/08/12 15:46
Love this app, I made a project for my appointments so it replaces my calendar too. I now have all my info in one simple, searchable place. I like the addition of the Inbox for quick notes, then I go back after the meeting and assign times, projects and priorities. I don't know if it is new, but I also like seeing all my completed work under the Karma tab. I use this online with Chrome for Mac and PC and on an iPhone. I haven't had any of the sync problems other reviewers are writing about. Sometimes something seems missing but I search completed tasks and it is there, I had unintentionally checked the project.
Best todo service!
by Rjzmml on 2014/02/09 16:27
After trying many task lists, Todoist is my favorite by far. It is both minimalist so that you don't get to mired in organizing tasks, and flexible so that you can group tasks within other tasks, and now projects within projects if you choose. New features have been appearing, though I hope it also becomes possible to turn more of them off. "Karma" was introduced about a year ago, but I found it incredibly distracting until we were allowed to optionally turn it off a few months later. I hope the same happens with things like screen real estate being dedicated to congratulating me on having nothing due today!
Generally love it...however
by groll999 on 2015/04/11 13:51
I've been a fan and a user for over a year. And although the app is easy to use, it's very clunky on sub tasks. I'm told its being worked on for updates but for now it's just not my smooth. For example you can't really work with sub tasks in the today view. You can only really work on them by clicking on the left column where you set up categories. Programs like wunderlist let you work on sub tasks within day views much more elegant. In fact if wunderlist figures out how to make repeating events more like todoist, I'm all in. I've told todoist unless they get the sub tasks to work in the daily view and to get the main task to complete when all sub tasks have been checked off, I'm leaving and not renewing. For me it's that important.
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Our users have big goals. They rely on their to-do list to keep up. Join the 4 million+ people around the world who are accomplishing amazing things with todoist – the beautifully simple to-do list built for the pace of modern life. Whether you need to collaborate with your team, keep track of your most important projects, or just remember to pay the rent, todoist is there to help you achieve more every day. Praised as a life-changing app by The Guardian, USA Today, the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Lifehacker and more, todoist works seamlessly across 15 different platforms in 20 languages so you can stay motivated and productive no matter where you are. “One of the best to-do list apps for 2014.” - Forbes “If your goal is to spend as little time as possible organizing and more time doing, todoist offers the simplicity you're looking for.” - iMore MANAGE YOUR TASKS FROM ANYWHERE - EVEN OFFLINE Add, complete, and re-schedule tasks from your phone, tablet, desktop, browser, email, and more - even offline! With an automatic, 24/7 sync across all your devices, you’ll never lose track of your to-do list. PLAN AHEAD AND NEVER MISS ANOTHER DEADLINE Always forget to submit that monthly expense report? Not anymore. Keep track of your important deadlines with due dates and recurring dates. Quickly view and prioritize your tasks for the day or week ahead with visual, drag-and-drop scheduling. EASY YET POWERFUL ORGANIZATION Take your to-do list organization to the next level with sub-tasks, task priorities, sub-projects, and color-coded projects. Whether you practice the GTD® productivity method or just want to keep a simple list of errands,todoist is flexible enough to handle any organizational style. SEAMLESS COLLABORATION Whether you’re coordinating a big project or sharing a grocery list, todoist makes communication easy. Share projects, assign tasks, and add comments all within the app. Instant notifications will keep you up-to-date whenever changes are made. STAY MOTIVATED AND PRODUCTIVE Track, measure, and “gamify” your productivity with todoist Karma. Accumulate points by setting and meeting weekly/monthly goals. Visualize your progress with beautiful graphs color-coded by project. USE todoist WITH ALL YOUR FAVORITE APPS Make your to-do list even more powerful with integrations for Google Drive, Cloud Magic, Sunrise Calendar, Toggl, IFTTT, and Zapier (just to name a few). For even more convenience, save items from any app on your device as todoist tasks by simply sharing with the app. [New] todoist FOR APPLE WATCH Access all of todoist's most powerful features, each one thoughtfully designed for your Watch: ▸ Dictate tasks, due dates, and recurring due dates with quick-add ▸ Receive reminders and notifications for your time-sensitive to-dos ▸ Dictate replies to collaborators’ comments ▸ Use Glance View to see your next upcoming task ▸ Get full access to all of your projects, tasks, and filters BOOST YOUR PRODUCTIVITY WITH PREMIUM ▸ Set up and receive push notifications, email or SMS reminders based on your physical location or the date and time. ▸ Get even more organized using task notes, enhanced labels, and powerful filters. ▸ Upload files, sound recordings and photos to your tasks from your computer, Dropbox, or Google Drive. ▸ Add tasks by email and access your to-do list on your iCalendar. ▸ Track and improve your productivity with extended todoist Karma features. ▸ And much, much more! Feel free to contact us directly if you need any kind of support: https://todoist.com/Support_iOS/ We hope you love our app as much as our community and our team do. Download it today and let us know what you think!
Helps build good habits
by Time To Upgrade on 2015/08/01 04:55
I've used this app every single day for the last 3 months, and I've noticed an overall increase in my productivity both at work and at home. It helps keep you organized and focused on the task at hand.
Solid app
by Shfuenfn iffbe on 2015/07/31 21:14
Does everything I need
Just want sole with reminders
by Glarge on 2015/07/31 14:13
Looks good if you need to pay for a premium to do list app - I just wanted to make a quick to do list on the go and set a few reminders - not paying $30 for that
I wanted to like it
by thnyc on 2015/07/31 13:46
The web version is beautiful. The widget is beautiful. But the app listing of todos is ugly with so much white space. They can fit 11 items in the screen with the widget (if the used the entire screen). But the layout in the app only show 7 and my todos are not long. Any.Do, wunderlist, and 2Do show 10-11 todos with the same space. I want the multiple platforms and left Omnisync because there was no browser entry. If my view looked like the widget, I would stay. But I have 100s of todos and seeing them 7 at a time doesn't even show me today's.
A powerful cross-device app
by heresjimmyjam on 2015/07/31 02:55
I discovered this app at a great time, as I had just picked up GTD by David Allen. I can't recommend this app enough! It works great in both my professional and personal life.
Excellent app
by Faganmw on 2015/07/30 14:00
I'm still working On my strategy but the app is efficient and comprehensive. Syncs with Google
Great todo app
by Tvdthanh on 2015/07/30 02:23
Intuitive interface, cross platform compatibility, and nested items all in the the free version. I use this everyday and it helps me get things done.
Great Utility
by Ms. Mudshark on 2015/07/29 00:50
I am currently not working due to an injury. Todoist keeps me focused and accountable. No tech problems just a great tool.
Great task management app
by Rick the potter on 2015/07/28 23:32
I use it every day. I like the fact that it runs on so many platforms. Throughout the day I shift from my iPad to Outlook or my Chrome web browser, and everything syncs perfectly.
Extremely useful !
by Sbear137 on 2015/07/28 23:26
Great tool for users who are easily forgetful
Powerful, Simple and Mine!
by G_Bone on 2015/07/28 02:03
Why four stars? Because you can not create a note while creating a task. You must first make the task, then go back and attach a note; inefficient and needs to be corrected (I have reached out to Tech Support). Outside of that... awesome! Simple, easy, powerful with perfect syncing between all iOS and Mac apps. After years of using one of the "original iOS todo apps," I've switched to Todoist for good!
The best Todo app I've used, so far...
by foss4us on 2015/07/27 16:39
I've tried numerous Todo apps over the years... first Remember the Milk (back when it was still being actively developed), Todo.ly, Tracks (an GTD-focused open-source, self-hosted web-based app written w/ Rails), Google Tasks (which isn't really a task manager, IMO), a few not worth mentioning, and more recently, Things for Mac, JIRA, Asana, Swipe, Timeful (now owned by Google) and Todoist. Of these, Todoist has been my favorite. It works well w/ the GTD-ish system I use, has all the usual features plus some unique ones (although many are limited to the paid version), and it's easily extensible through IFTTT and via it's own API. The "Karma" feature is an especially clever implementation of behavioral modification/conditioning through gamification. Even w/ the handicapped free version, Todoist is still the best todo app I've used. I'm considering upgrading to the Premium version for some of the "hostage" features, but there are a few things I'd like to see before I do that: (1) Todoist Premium is priced at $28.99/yr. Yes, some apps charge more. Things for Mac charges an extortionate $48.99 (so I ditched them after having been loyal since the beta). Come on, it's a todo app. You didn't cure Ebola. For $48.99 I'd expect someone to actually do my laundry, etc. I'd hate to ditch Todoist though. Considering TickTick has nearly all the features of Todoist and only charges $19.99, it would be nice if Todoist lowered their price. They don't even offer a Premium Trial, although their ToS allows it. But because I believe Todoist predates TickTick, and because it looks like TickTick is — let's say — "greatly influenced" by Todoist, I'm giving Todoist time to make the right decision before I jump ship. (2) I'd like to know what security measures Todoist takes. A todo app normally carries some very personal information... it's only a matter of time until a big one is breached. I expect my data to be encrypted both in transit and at rest. I haven't examined the traffic yet to ensure they're at least using SSL, but I'm adding that to my todo list. ;) Auth is handled via Google sign-in, so I know that much is safe, but I'd like them to be transparent about everything else. They use third parties for serving/actually storing the data. While they say in the TOS/Privacy Policy that the user retains all rights to their data, they noticeably do not name the partners (probably AWS or Google), nor do they state that data is only stored in encrypted (or even hashed) form. Rather — regarding security — they only state: When we transfer and receive certain types of sensitive information we redirect visitors to a SSL secure server. "Certain types of sensitive information," worryingly, seems to indicate that the large majority of data isn't encrypted at all. You may be asking, "So what if some black hat gets my grocery list?" or "What do you have to hide?" First off, NOYB. Secondly, if I have a todo item about scheduling — just for argument — an abortion, that would be pretty sensitive. I'm not picking on Todoist. Most of these cloud todo app are similarly vague, at best, or neglectful, at worst. For the price of Premium, I'd like security I can feel confident about. (3) I'm very tired of todo-app vendor lock-in. If I truly retain all rights to my data, I should be able to export it, en masse, at will (see Facebook's example). (4) The weakness of Todoist (and most other todo-apps featuring collaboration) is a lack of means to facilitate cross-app usage. Wouldn't it be nice if you could share tasks w/ someone who uses another app? Of course! I think every todo-app user wishes that, but doesn't want to do w/ getting a new app. Todoist could improve their service by allowing users to download or directly export data to other todo apps, provided that those 3rd parties agree to build interoperability w/ Todoist. There are a myriad number of ways it could be done if they wanted to do it in a fair, efficient, federated, app-agnostic way (call me for specifics, Todoist). I truly believe Todoist has nothing to fear from this, since they're the best. They could really be a leader here, and will probably even gain new users in the process.'
Simple but powerful
by Kt kapow on 2015/07/27 15:47
Best to do list app I've tried. And I've tried a lot. I like that Is supported on my desktop as well
Great App!
by Malscone on 2015/07/26 17:19
(When) I use this, it's a very powerful tool. It syncs flawlessly with my sunshine calendar app, the reminders are useful, and it feels good to check things off my lists!
One of the best but still have a few wishes...
by Hotfish2012 on 2015/07/23 17:29
I've tried all sorts of to do list methods and apps. I think the GTD principles are the gold standard. Applying them in different apps is what makes a difference for me. The ease of inputting, updating, rearranging ends up determining how much I use the system. Todoist does a fine job. There are a few improvements that I wish would be made -or perhaps they exist but I have not figured out how to use them, which itself speaks to the need to clarify instructions. First, when I think of a project I need to complete, I start to list all of the steps t need to complete it, often not in proper sequence. The ability to tuck the steps under the project is easy enough but I haven't found the way to resequence the sub steps Also I haven't found how to link a task with an Evernote note. I suppose I need to make a project of figuring those things out, but really should not have to. All in all, this is a really terrific app nonetheless.
Getting more done!
by D.lady on 2015/07/23 03:48
Todoist is a fun way to get more done. Simple to use, Todoist helps get one organized. By having projects that you can load up with individual to dos and then pull from a them to populate your daily list, it's much easier to make sure the pieces of the project get done.
Amazing application!!
by AWM-AllynJ on 2015/07/21 23:31
I do find that this application works even better if your paying for the subscription.
Great app if you make a habit of using it
by wehorak on 2015/07/21 05:14
I'm using the free version and that's more than enough to help me get stuff done. I've been using it for a few months now and I check it a couple of times each day to keep the day on track. The only downside to it is my use of it: if I didn't get into the habit of using it then I would've abandoned it long ago.
This tool completes my productivity suite of apps.
by CoCEvangelist on 2015/07/20 00:50
With Evernote and Dropbox, Todoist completes my suite of tools. As a paid user, no crashes. Great UI, simple options, text and email reminders and other features to enhance productivity. I love the encouragement from the Karma scores.
Excellent list-maker & reminder
by Vajra Sky on 2015/07/19 23:41
Used this app now for a semester, and love it. Not too complicated, but detailed enough to accommodate individual needs. Great UI, intuitive, and already answered a question very quickly. Great support. Highly recommended.
Such A Helpful Tool
by ADabasinskas on 2015/07/17 03:58
I downloaded the app for my work computer first, and man what a productive way to organize my time! After enjoying how the app was set up I shortly downloaded it to my iPhone as well. I love that the two lists sync with each other. The only thing I wish you could do was drag the list into a particular set, instead of just the flag severity system.
Better than OmniFocus!
by fitfatlington on 2015/07/16 21:29
I'd been an OF user for years, but realized I wasn't using the 'power' features and was getting tired of the interface which really makes it seem like one *should*. Todoist has much better background sync, is a lighter-weight application, and motivates nicely without being overbearing. It's great to have tags and to be able to email fully elaborated tasks into specific projects - so far, everything works as advertised, and it's helping me manage all my academia-related commitments with ease.
Needs ability to change default time duration
by Andres13 on 2015/07/16 19:01
Please change it to where the default time duration will be fixed.. Paid for this app and am not happy.
Fantastic to do app
by ebusinessguru on 2015/07/16 09:07
Changed over from Omnifocus and it's been a real joy to use!
Awesome
by RosetteCandy on 2015/07/15 22:42
I can't say enough great things about this app. Easy, simple, and straight to the point!!
Perfect
by Memolious on 2015/07/15 20:58
Perfect
love it!!
by walkebe on 2015/07/15 01:16
makes me much more productive!
AWESOME!!!
by supwiddat on 2015/07/14 15:59
I've tried them all, yet vowed to never pay for a "Do" app. This one changed my mind with its integrations and functionally. I actually get things done rather than keep adding things to the list and watch it grow. I concur that you need a published privacy policy, though, but since the payment is done through the Apple Store and not directly to the service, it seems to be more of a formality.
Works for me
by Aga3 on 2015/07/14 01:44
I recently started to implement some GTD practices in my life. Todoist is helping tremendously, and is a pleasure to use. I will likely upgrade to premium before long.
The Final Winner
by ScottyT79 on 2015/07/13 09:46
I've used so many apps in the pursuit of organization and task management that by now it's an absurd obsession. Todoist wins, finally. I've used it for 5 months now while none of the others lasted more than a few weeks. It's strengths are: -Simplicity of task entry and edits, especially it's fantastic repeat reminders which use real language to input -Cross platform -Gorgeous design -Many organization labels and options (tags, projects, and priorities) -Reminders options (notification, email, sms) The only thing I wish was that you could have multiple folders or "lists of lists" so that I could also keep my home reminders in the same app more easily. This is not a big deal at all, and I recognize that you have to balance features with ease of use. This is, in my vast experience, the best software for to do lists that exists today.
ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!
by Mojack81 on 2015/07/10 02:14
I had been using Daytimer paper calendaring products since the 1980's. I got tired of writing to do items from one day to another. I decided to look for an app to do this for me. I checked online for the best to do apps and saw a review of Todoist. I downloaded it and have been using it for a couple months now. It is amazing! I can not only calendar to do items, but I can put them into separate categories. I also love the fact that you can input recurring events. I would definitely recommend this app!
Too many bugs
by Choreilly on 2015/07/09 20:27
I really want to love this app. But unfortunately there are way too many annoying bugs. Too many to mention. I'm going to have to consider trying another todo app. Too bad.
Massive Productivity Booster
by TheRainParade on 2015/07/09 04:41
The UI is clean and intuitive; your lists can be as simple or complex and multi-leveled as you like. The simplicity of the functions themselves allow great diversity in how they can be used. I use this to create and manage my grocery list, to track my productivity at work, to build good habits, to keep up with my housework, and even to remember to call my mom and catch up with friends. Crossing things off the lists and the Karma function really helps me feel good about the progress I make, too! Lastly, I love how it integrates with Sunrise calendar so I can see date-specific tasks at a glance. Highly recommend this app.
awesome
by kelizvonm on 2015/07/09 00:46
this app is my favorite for productivity - and the interface is so easy and satisfying!
Love it, but desperate for templates.
by Alexa Rosario on 2015/07/08 22:48
New Review: Apple Watch app works beautifully. With WatchOS 2, can't wait to have Todoist as a complication on my watch and a native app. Past Review (STILL APPLIES): I'm a pro user and SO many things that were executed flawlessly, but it's SERIOUSLY missing TEMPLATES/WORKFLOWS (pleaseeee!)... The ability to insert a workflow to a project for team work is imperative. Can't run my team without that... But this is perfect otherwise.
My go-to
by mamcart on 2015/07/08 17:34
I love this app and use it every day, whether on the iPad or on my desktop. Perfect ease of use.
Tremendously helpful
by SalamanderJBU on 2015/07/08 02:00
Todoist has been tremendously helpful for keeping me (and my spouse) very organized! Great features with the free version, and for us it was worth subscribing to the premium features. We use the web version as well as the app to keep us on track no matter where we are.
User since 2012
by Kdjgbymekdigigkhyntk on 2015/07/08 01:12
Haven't looked back to my planner or another tasking system since.
Best to do app out there !
by Mike1111222 on 2015/07/08 00:55
I've tried a lot of the them and this is hands down the best.
Too expensive
by SOVI3T5PY on 2015/07/07 18:25
This app looks great but any features helpful in getting organized requires upgrading.
Functional and pretty
by ErikW on 2015/07/07 03:38
I like it better than Wunderlist.
Keeps my life together
by Beachley on 2015/07/07 01:07
I couldn't do my job without it!
Bloated
by Flak-age on 2015/07/06 14:03
I have to say this app had great promise in the beginning but it seems that with every update it gets slower and more buggy. The automated date parsing is absolutely terrible - useless in 99.9% of all cases. The app now is so slow that it even fails to load its own settings page... The development team is definitely pretty fast, but it seems like the priorities are wrong. I would focus on keeping the app slim and performant and fixing bugs that people complain about rather than introducing more and more features such as Karma (totally useless) which just slow things down ...
My Favorite App!
by just-a-monkey on 2015/07/04 02:34
I am a university professor, and I never seem to have enough time in the day between research, teaching, and service. Todoist is the best task manager app that I've used, and it's the easiest and most elegant solution for me. I keep all of my tasks organized and can see what I need to do every day. I love the new swiping gestures to complete or reschedule tasks. The new themes and animations look super polished, clean, and make using the app super easy and fast. Students often talk to me after class, and if I can't answer a question immediately, I can quickly add these notes to the app and return to them later. I have become more productive and responsive to my students, colleagues, and collaborators requests and tasks. I don't know how I functioned before this app, but I am so happy I have it now to manage my endless tasks and responsibilities.
Promising product from a tone deaf developer.
by Crab_Tree on 2015/07/03 11:47
The one category of App I've spent the most time searching for is the ideal To Do manager. I've tried all the big players and am supporting so many premium subscriptions that I may have to take out a second mortgage. Todoist was easily looking like the clear winner and then . . . You cannot easily hide completed items if they are a sub task with the desktop version, and not at all on the mobile version. It seems like a small item, but totally opposed to the way I work. It is absolutely maddening to have to filter through completed tasks to see what remains to be done. The logical solution would be to give the user the choice. What blew my mind and led me to give such a low rating and go out of my way to write a review, which I hate to do by the way, was the absolute alergy the developers appear to have about even considering this feature. Take some time to visit their feedback board and you will see absolutely rigid responses from the developer to a very long list of users begging for this feature. It's basically, this is the way it works, deal with it. So much for versatility. It's really a shame because I was ready to commit to Todist as my go to App for task management. Now that they've got my money I suppose I'll work around this limitation by keeping a shopping list or two in it and avoid creating anything within a hierarchy while I keep looking. I certainly won't be renewing unless the developer makes a serious attitude change in regards to how it listens to it's customers.
Todoist
by aawaw on 2015/07/01 22:14
Great product
This App Saved My Life!
by jadeorchid523 on 2015/07/01 21:03
Such a great app that literally saved my life the last 6 months. I'm one of the most disorganized people you'll ever meet, but with this app I've been able to stay on top of my multiple commitments, and increase my productivity immensely! Thank you Todoist! :)
Sencilla, Practica y Efectiva
by José Mora Baez on 2015/07/01 12:53
Una aplicación para administrar una lista de tareas desde sencilla hasta compleja, contemplando todas las funcionalidades necesarias para una persona productiva.
Simple and effective
by David Hutcherson on 2015/07/01 00:22
It's one of my favorite apps. I love the way it keeps me on track of everything but it also gamifies by tracking your productivity always pushing you to be better.
Recurring notifications working again
by HighTechToid on 2015/06/30 06:36
The app itself is nicely resigned. But, unfortunately this is the only task app that I know of whose reminders and notifications don't work half the time and the support from the company isn't that great about it. Update: 6/29 Recurring notifications working again. Won't give higher rating though because I want to see how long it lasts since this is one aspect of the app that's inconsistent.
Keep up the great work on this.
by Mbldr on 2015/06/30 03:41
10-year plus GTDer. Use Windows laptop and tablet along with iOS devices. This app has a great look and feel along with an intuitive flow. Moving away from 7-years of use of Netcentrics GTD Outlook Addin to Todoist. Any features missed from the GTD Addin are far outweighed by the convenience of having all of this sync across platforms and readily available anywhere. One thing really missed is the ability to add screen shots (not as attachments) to notes as easily as it's done in Outlook. Having notes shown with the task as in Outlook would be a big plus. Read recently in the ToDoist blog about increased tie in with Microsoft Ink-looking forward to that.
very handy tool
by Kyle Pettit on 2015/06/30 03:03
Very useful for staying organized and reminders. I use it daily!
My Go to app
by Palthainon on 2015/06/29 22:24
This earned a place on my dock. I've tried to organize with the reminders app, wunderlist and others without success. I decided to pay for this shortly after downloading it and it has helped immeasurably.
Amazing!
by Profittaker on 2015/06/29 22:10
Best task organizing software out there - hands down!
Almost perfect
by RainHopper on 2015/06/29 00:56
With IFTTT support, you can add tasks with a number of ways. I used Swipes before changing to Todoist. The date and time picker is much more efficient than Todoist. But I am being picky. Good product and well worth the cost for the premium support.
Get ready to become superhuman
by Real Carrera on 2015/06/28 22:36
This is by far the best software for maintaining a productive life, period. My life has literally changed in the last month. I'm using Todoist organize my life and business into manageable actions and completing/executing these actions step-by-step. I am now more productive then I've ever been. My family, friends and clients are amazed at how fast I can recall and execute pending tasks and get things delivered. Todoist has helped me improve my productivity from my business to my personal life in a way that makes me feel that I finally have control over my life. If you have goals, they can be created as projects and divided into tasks and subtasks with a number of parameters such as due dates, tags (labels) and filters. Also, you can easily invite people into your projects. For example, my girlfriend and I share a project titled "Home," where we add everything that needs to be handled at home from bills to joint activities. This helps us get a clear idea of any tasks that are pending in our home and avoids us from having to constantly remind each other of the things that need to get done. In the paid subscription, (which is worth every penny) there is also the ability to add voice notes, comments, photos and documents to task and this gives you a full picture of what needs to be done and what needs to be handled in order for you to complete your tasks. These features are invaluable to reach your goals. You can even chat in real-time with anyone involved in your project. I recommend watching at least 5 to 6 minutes of the videos that are posted in the help section to help you get an understanding on how to get the most out of the application. In reality, it's not necessary to watch the videos, however, I recommend that you do watch them so you can become a power-user. If you are looking to improve the quality of your life, and get a full picture of everything in your life that needs to get done in order for you to move forward, then this is a good software for you to start with. I was personally tired of having to remember everything that I needed to do until I came across this software. It is painless, easy, and extremely effective when it comes to managing tasks. I have a very busy lifestyle and a lot of request from friends, family and clients to get things done. Before using this software I would often default on due dates and forget very important events in my life. Luckily that it's no longer the case because I have finally found an application that can act as my assistant when it comes to managing important things in my life. The results that I get from this app have given me a new level of satisfaction. Now I can see the things I am getting done and in return I am now more motivated to complete more tasks because it actually feels like I am getting somewhere with my life and my business. My recommendation? Give this application a fair shot by sitting down for a few hours and writing down every single task and goal that you have in your life and business. Once you have everything written down you'll get a better idea on how to begin completing and reaching your goals. You'll thank yourself for having doing so. You might not be able to get everything in one sitting, however, throughout the day you can continue to add things that you might have missed in the first sitting. You will be surprised at how many things you need to do in your life that you keep putting off in order to reach the next level. This app will help you exactly with that. Thank you for reading this review and I hope your life improves the same way my life has improved by using this application.
Sync-O'licious
by BeezerDude on 2015/06/28 21:42
Any browser, any device, simple UI, essential feature set for a task manager. Good features for light project management, even for teams, but not truly a project management software solution as such, not yet anyway. I'm not looking for a beefy PM solution so works extremely well for my personal and even work related projects (my work projects are self managed and don't require budget tracking or Gantt charts). I use Todoist with Sunrise Calendar and am very happy. I upgraded to paid version to get templates and other enhanced features. 5 stars for overall execution and current version feature set, less one star for cost. In my opinion, Todoist could gain more subscribers by adding a mid-tier price for the full task related feature set sans file attachment and charge $15/yr. Charge the $25/yr price for file attachment, maybe storage and third party storage retrieval integration as well as deeper current and future PM features. Those are great features to have and build out, but not necessary for all task management users. I've spent way too much time comparing and experimenting with task and task/calendar combos--probably every one in the App Store. Don't bother with the dairy-themed products and folio UI stuff. Those were the old days. Todoist and Sunrise are an unbeatable and inexpensive (totally worth supporting) combo that work beautifully on any device. A must for multiple and cross-platform users.
Best To-Do list app I've found
by ThadSherman on 2015/06/28 03:49
I've tried many different apps and this is hands down the simplest to navigate and at the same time the most accommodating when it comes to categorizing tasks in whatever system works best for you. I can't recommend this app highly enough!
Todoist
by A weather nut on 2015/06/27 20:05
Great app! I have used a lot of task managers and this one is by far the best.
Multi-platform is impressive
by crasshipster on 2015/06/27 18:34
I like that this is multi-platform. And integrated in apps. That was the only point for me. I have NO idea why anyone would pay $30 annually for features for a task app. I guess business collaboration. Still that is ridiculous. I'd expect a full blown email, calendar, docs and attachments with tasks, Dropbox, Evernote and more. But I already have that without the recurring price in other apps. It's an extremely well-developed, stable, app. I can't add repeating tasks or set reminders. It does do lists inside of lists, I don't see much else. I'm not so sure why it is so great yet. I've had and deleted it a couple of times. I'll update my review once I discover that - if I keep it long enough.
strongly suggest you add a calendaring technique
by Asmaa Y. Nassir on 2015/06/26 00:33
It's better if it had like For example the calendar in the Iphone. When i add a task or a note it shows me as an all that i have tasks in these days by putting dots in that day so it's easier to know if am busy in that day or not ,but in the todoist it does not show me So, it's a little-bit confusing cause i do not know how can i organize the days if i have a task and i want to distribute the tasks in a specific month . In todoist they view the tasks as in each week and it's all written. • I strongly really suggest you to add a calendaring technique and we can choose which way to go . ( in mobile apps )
Yes,
by Todoner on 2015/06/25 23:18
this app gets the job done and oh so much more! If you are looking for the one to do it this is it. I have tried almost every to do solution out there and this is the best. It also serves as a great GTD component. Happy doing!
Competent and full functioning app.
by ASchoelkopf on 2015/06/24 21:49
Would love to see CRM integration with Salesforce and /or Zoho. Now using zap to sync two applications which is incomplete and expensive. Well organized. Hard to share entire projects with staff. Requires too many emails and confirmations. Small hiccups for a very good application- surely one of the best.
Great, but huge flaw
by Dffghjjkkk on 2015/06/24 05:00
Cannot include any text remotely resembling a date - boo. Example: type in "buy 1/2 gallon of milk" will be converted to, "buy gallon of milk" with a due date of Jan 2! Please allow this feature to be disabled. It's so annoying I use the program much less than before.
Love it!!
by TheDaveOh on 2015/06/23 04:06
Love it!!
My lifeline!
by Beckster21388 on 2015/06/23 00:56
I love and use this app for both my work and personal tasks. Great all-in-one tool. I have the premium upgrade, and it is absolutely worth the $30 a year
Great Task Manager
by NuthinButDaBlues66 on 2015/06/22 23:54
Overall this is a great tool to have at one's disposal. A few features I would like to see, such as, automatic rollover of tasks to the next day (maybe with some sort icon that indicates past due date). Premium is the way to go. Hope to see more improvements soon.
Works Great
by Tim Moffitt on 2015/06/22 12:07
I spent time and money on cheaper apps and ended up deleting them. This app works great and is worth the money!
Qwsa
by qw12qazsd on 2015/06/21 16:31
Super
Changed my life
by beepboop55 on 2015/06/21 05:31
This app made me the student that I am today. I would not have been as successful if it weren't for Todoist. A beautiful design and multiple device syncing make it the best planner app I have ever used.
Great Match for Me.
by David Mc on 2015/06/21 03:36
My To-Do App History: I gave up on Remember The Milk after over five years due to their static nature. I used Asana for a time but it became too complicated with the project management focus. I've never liked the way Wunderlist looked. Todoist is a fitting my needs very nicely. I love the easy focus on the immediate and easy postponement. The date format for repeating took some getting used to but I try to keep those to a minimum. Todoist is a very nice website and app combination!
Great task manger, but update is...
by Scarbon83 on 2015/06/20 02:55
Mediocre... The sync and update functions are delayed. In a word, it's buggy. When you complete a task it doesn't sync with the completed tasks, karma, or the server. Please fix. -------------------------- Update for version 10: Love the todo karma update. This is the best todo manager out there. Have tried many. Really like that premium is integrated across platforms. The service and software are great and finally now so is the iOS version.
Puts my mind at rest
by Bonsaiman1421 on 2015/06/20 02:16
The app is useful for freeing my mind of all the things I must do. It enables me to not fret about forgetting something necessary for the future. The reminder feature enables me to proceed throughout a day without thinking about I am forgetting something enabling me to focus on a task at hand until my next task must be started. I find myself highly motivated by its efficiency analytics. Seeing my productivity visually enables me to assess how I'm doing. Well designed and easy to use. The new swipe features are a great addition, and remind me of another app I love, mailbox.
One of the best on the market.
by Mnp161 on 2015/06/20 00:27
I always come back to using this app. Simple and easy to use. Plus the todoist Karma gets me even more motivated. I think once you get past novice, it entices you to keep being productive. Kudos to the designers of this app. I would recommend having higher and higher levels for Karma. The only negative is the price for premium, but it's an investment in yourself, so I guess it's worth it.
Useful app
by eahiv on 2015/06/20 00:15
A great app but previous versions required less clicks to do things. There's less text on buttons now so it's a mystery what they'll do when you click them. Boo to recent updates. Crashing has gotten better so that's good. And it's a good service overal.
Best App
by Niravkumar on 2015/06/19 21:11
This is the best to do list app I have came across. I had tried many other similar apps but I never got satisfaction. This app has awesome features like filter level, schedule, tasks n the best one is the karma feature. It helps me to look at my performance over the time. I love this app.
Dangerous
by epsjco on 2015/06/17 21:09
Sadly I have abandoned this app that had become a great productivity tool that was easy to use and well integrated with Outlook, aa Andriod device, and an iPhone. It has randomly deleted at least 3 tasks that I have realized. Support suggests clearing a cache to prevent this from happening again...totally unacceptable. I am now looking for something to replace it across platforms but may revert to using only the Outlook task function.
great productivity app
by Espinosa009 on 2015/06/17 16:43
I use this app in both Windows and Mac environments and I love it. I do wish I could have the outlook plug-in for my outlook Mac version and OneNote too!
I Depend on this App
by JacksonRehoboth on 2015/06/17 14:56
I depend on to-do lists. ToDoist is a fine product to help me, and the new iOS versions show that the company is dedicated to making it even better. Now that they have committed to natural language for stating dates, they have to continue to improve. For example, the program will not honor "the first Tuesday of each month" as an entry. I have to write a check the first Tuesday of each month to a supplier. That is the one thing that makes my rating four stars rather than five.
Best Todo App & I've tried TONS!
by Drumnkyle on 2015/06/17 14:21
I have a folder full of todo apps that I have acquired over the years of owning different iPhones. This app is absolutely the best in every way. It has great features, an intuitive, user-friendly UI, and a reasonable price point. I decided to really dedicate myself to using Todoist consistently and it has really helped me get more things done. I highly recommend it!
Best To-Do, and I've tried many
by Sachemdot on 2015/06/17 13:17
Todoist is amazing in how well it integrates with other tools, and how well it syncs across platforms. I can't wait for the new API!
Its good
by Querf on 2015/06/17 02:49
Real good
Critical to my productivity.
by bgbgbgbgbg on 2015/06/16 16:17
Great job guys.
Almost perfect
by MiRa : ) on 2015/06/16 11:04
For the past 3 years I used Things as my mobile task manager. I loved the elegant GUI and instant synch with the Mac version. But I use a PC at work and was always looking for a better multi-platform task app with similar elegance and easy of use. I found Todoist and love it. I've used it all week and was impressed with the instant synch across iPhone, Mac and PC. I also found that it integrates well with Outlook, even allowing live emails to be turned into tasks in Todoist. Great!! And I really love the ability to easily indent sub tasks by dragging. This really helps organize work logically for multi-step processes. Until last month, I was frustrated by the lack of two key features missing in Todoist but present in most other task apps like Things: bulk selection and drag-and-drop for labels, date changes and other task features. This really slows things down when you are a power user, and need to reschedule or reprioritize. My dreams were realized in the release of Version 10 for iOS. Bulk changes are now easy. And it is also easy to add tasks between other tasks by "pinching" open a spot in a list, and to indent tasks as subtasks. Todoist is so easy to use that it integrates seamlessly into life on the go or in the office.
Best one out there
by Morse123 on 2015/06/16 03:55
Todoist has all the features you need and multi platform apps bring it all together as the single tool that gets it's done. Easy to use and master. Apple watch app rocks and was worth the wait.
The best, streamlined task app
by marcieQ on 2015/06/16 03:33
I'm a project manager at a well-known internet site and use this religiously app to track all my own and teammates to-do's. I would not be able to handle the amount of tracking and have a clear mind without this tool. Thanks To-Doist!! One love.
Awesome
by Mommy2threeboys on 2015/06/16 01:23
Couldn't imagine work without it now!
Great app
by Bnbnbnbnbytt12234 on 2015/06/16 00:32
Love the organization for my tasks. Between work and home I have a lot of tasks floating around and todoist simplifies them
Great app!
by Trooper2007 on 2015/06/15 19:26
I've been using Todoist about 2.5 yrs now and I love it. The recurring tasks are great for my monthly reports. I used the free version for a year and it did everything I needed; I upgraded when they offered me a discount and the labels are extra helpful. I've never had a problem and the one time I emailed support (to inquire whether I'd be charged automatically for my next year of premium) they got back to me within hours. Overall a marvelous to do list app and I can't think of anything it's lacking!
Helps me remember without being super annoying
by SarcasitKate on 2015/06/15 03:01
Love this app, I use it daily. Highly recommend!
The best available
by Critter50 on 2015/06/14 22:32
I've tried nearly all of the options and find that ToDoist suits my needs the best. Have used it now for several years.
Replaced Toodledo with Todoist
by Dr. Ted Mikell on 2015/06/14 13:35
After years of love with Toodledo I thought nothing after years of searching would be better. With all the improvements in Todoist it finally is superior in ease and productivity than Toodledo . Glad I made the switch
This app is awesome!!!!
by IP4user252 on 2015/06/14 02:32
I have been using this app for over a year now and LOVE it. I use Todoist for work projects, personal projects, grocery lists and much much more. My wife and I share projects and work together to complete projects. The syncing is flawless between all devices. I use Todoist on iPhone, Safari and Google chrome. I would highly recommend Todoist to anyone who's read "Getting a Things Done" and is looking for an app to track tasks.
Great Wunderlist Replacement
by SVKinAZ on 2015/06/13 18:15
If you’re looking for a new task manager now that Microsoft has acquired Wunderlist, Todoist is it. Not only does it match Wunderlist feature to feature, it also bests Wunderlist’s features in some ways. For example, Todoist’s handling of labels is much better than that of Wunderlist. Cross-platform support is outstanding. I particularly like the e-mail plug-ins for Outlook, Gmail, Postbox, and more. For those needing the Pro version, the cost of Todoist Pro is much cheaper than Wunderlist Pro. My only complaint would be that Todoist keeps more features as part of the Pro upgrade than Wunderlist, but since I’m a Pro user anyway, it doesn’t bother me. Most users won’t need those features. The app’s design is simple, efficient, and effective. Highly recommended.
Pay
by Tunafishtaco on 2015/06/13 17:15
This app makes you pay to do anything
Great for staff and project management
by zennylenny on 2015/06/13 16:55
Versatile, easy to use, love it. Filters are powerful for viewing tasks in various ways. Tried a number of others but this is the best.
Great App
by Jhase511 on 2015/06/13 14:32
I have the Todoist app on my phone, iPad, and computer. It works great to keep me organized on all of my devices, and I really enjoy how I can quickly throw a task in the inbox while i'm on the go. It has really streamlined my organization system.
Crashes on launch
by TedRB on 2015/06/13 04:42
How do you release an update that doesn't even launch?
Review from a Premium User
by Slowpokezzz on 2015/06/12 23:35
I've been using ToDoist for 7-months. I became a Premium member in January 2015 (6-months ago). How often do I use this ToDoist? Everyday. Before I began, I had limited experience on how to really use a "to-do" list. I was actually using Evernote with help from TheSecretWeapon.org (go check that out first. It's FREE!) but Evernote (iOS/web) is too clunky to be used in that fashion. Is the app and the subscription worth it? Well, the app is slightly better than OK, but with that said, I am not completely satisfied. The app is not intuitive. It's basically functional and practical. Honestly, the app needs more "work-flow" development. On the plus side, once you're a premium member (subscription), the support team is very quick to handle your questions. Would I recommend it? That depends. - Are you someone who wishes to be more productive with your time? (rhetorical) - Are you someone who is willing to invest sometime in learning an app (~1-hour of solid use)? - Are you REALLY serious about your productivity? ... then ToDoist is for you.
Robust options, easy interface, synching not great
by Jesse Lee in Boulder on 2014/07/12 16:48
I've been using this app for a little over two weeks. Prior to that, I used Daylite for almost 5 years to manage my tasks, contacts, projects and calendar. I shopped around, reading articles for about a month. I definitely wanted an app that would work on my iPhone and laptop. This app isn't perfect but I love the fact that you can share tasks with other users, have repeating tasks and make sub-tasks. Also the user interface is super easy to use. However, I do agree with the other reviews that the synching is a little buggy. It always pushes things from the desktop to the phone completely and reliably. But things entered on the phone, don't always make it to the desktop and, if they do, any note attachments don't. I've also found that completing a task on my phone means I won't be able to find it on the desktop. So, I try to enter things from the desktop app as much as possible. I'm not too upset because I've found it's not uncommon for apps that involve a calendar and a mobile/laptop synching element, to have similar bugs. On a minor note, I do wish that it automatically ordered tasks by date (soonest to most distant, with no due date coming last) in each project. It does so on the "today" and "this week" home screen but would be great if system-wide. Overall I'm happy with ToDoist and don't even mind paying the $30 per year for a premium subscription, so long as the developers continue to work out the bugs.
Very well designed.
by BereanTRB on 2015/04/15 20:44
One of my primary reasons for using a smart phone is for project and task management. I have used some other apps that functioned pretty well, but Todoist is the best I've used so far. First, a good task management app has to let me easily set up and organize multistep projects but also allow me to enter something simple like "call Bruce" without multiple screens, clicks, or swipes. Another important thing for me is effective and flexible management of recurring tasks. For example, things like the second Saturday of each month or 30 days after I've completed a task. Also, I need a good desktop/laptop interface for entering longer projects. Todoist gives me all of this plus some great extras. The variety of other platforms is nice. The color-coded graphs in Karma are a convenient way to see how I spent my time (the colors on the graph correspond to the color codes on your projects). But the final features that really make Todoist shine for me are the flexibility and power of labels and filters. These give me a lot of power and flexibility to shape and use Todoist my own way. All of this comes together to make Todoist the most powerful yet elegant task management app I've used so far.
The Perfect App for Time-Management
by A Former Procrastinator on 2015/04/07 16:24
The latest update to Todoist on iOS has really improved the experience of using the app. Creating and deleting tasks are no hassle, and now it takes seconds to assign a parent task to the created task. Overall, this app has really improved my ability to prioritize. I am able to see any tasks that I might have for the upcoming week, as well as the tasks that I need to complete simply by viewing the app from the home screen. What initially drew me to this app was its ability to create subtasks, and subtasks to the subtasks, a feature that is often not included in other task-management apps. Therefore, I am able to easily separate huge projects into simpler components. Even without upgrading the app, one can experience all of the benefits of having Todoist. My only complaint, which is relatively minor, is that there is no way to view tasks that do not need to completed in a week (so viewing a month's worth of tasks, or seeing a specific day months later, is impossible). As I mentioned, this is not an urgent complaint, and should not degrade from the experience. This app would benefit those with busy schedules or procrastinators.
This is the app that works for me
by Decapede on 2015/04/07 15:38
I tried Things, OmniFocus, and The Hit List, none of which have been able to deliver the kind of results as Todoist has. Or rather, I haven't been able to achieve the same results with those apps, even though they are more comprehensive and "powerful" in some ways. Perhaps it was the steep learning curve. Todoist allowed me to begin at s very intuitive place, the to-do list, and then expand into labels, contexts, projects, etc. The functionality is simple and increases in complexity as the user increases in skill; simply put, those other apps were too much too soon. Not to say those won't work, they very well might, it depends what your workflow looks like. Big deal breaker for me was the inability to use OmniFocus on my work computer, which is Windows. Same goes with Things. Cross-platform syncing is crucial for me, and Todoist is seamless. $29/yr. for premium is totally worth it. I spent almost $200 on GTD tools before finding Todoist, do in my opinion, a seriously good value.
Perhaps the best list manager for IOS
by aCanuckintheUSA on 2013/09/15 17:55
I don't normally bother with writing reviews as I am usually too busy to take the time, however I felt that I had to offer a review as this app has exceeded my expectations. I have tried at least seven other "to do" apps including Wunderlist, To do, Tasks, etc- and this app has replaced them all. The best list manager is the one that you actually use- and for me, that breaks down to how easy is it to add an item quickly when you are on the go, the graphic interface, will it update and sync to all my devices (instead of separate lists on separate machines), and Todoist does all of that elegantly. I wish the app shared the same kind of robust interface as an actually application on my laptop (although the web interface is just as good as the IOS version), hence the 4 star rating. This is also one of the very, very few apps that I have actually paid a yearly subscription to because it is so absolutely essential in keeping me on track. Give this app a try- I will be surprised if you are dissapointed.
Mixed feelings in general
by Shopping2 on 2015/04/02 01:07
I like the premise of Todoist and I rely on their many integrations but I have to say their natural language date management was a real disaster when compared to Remember the Milk. Some features, such as creating filters by project using the "p:" syntax have existed on desktop but NEVER worked on mobile. We're talking about something I've waited for almost a year now. With this latest update, the recurrence syntax for "after 1 day" is broken. I think testing for recurrences "every, each, after" should be part of your automation suite. What's going on here? I can't use the iOS app at all now and need to use the web product. When I posted a note in the support form, I got no feedback. The product does many things well, but I question if as a customer I'm being listened to and as someone who is in the industry and is a stickler for quality - I'm disappointed by the regressions I see in their native clients. For the record, I don't give his feedback arbitrarily - I have accumulated more than 14,000 points so hopefully it shows my feedback comes with some thought for whoever on the team might read this.
Excellent and Best of All
by uwabs on 2013/09/28 08:18
I had spent so much money on Task Management Apps ranging from Omnifous to Things and to the bottom of them all but never found any satisfaction in these Apps despite huge sums of money spent on them. They failed to meet what I would consider as the essential requirements expected of a helpful Task Management App in our modern day busy environment. Then when I was about giving up I ran into Todoist in the course of searching for better Task Management App that really meets the need. I bought it and began to check it out. Within minutes and with great delight I subscribed to the Premium Upgrade. I do not think I will ever remember or use the hundreds of Task Management Apps I had earlier purchased from the Itunes Store. This App is excellent and feature rich. The Support is great. I am just simply overwhelmed and can't wait to tell everyone I know to purchase the App without delay. Todoist is the best of them all and may remain the very best for a very long time!!!!
Great iPhone app and interface with other apps
by Jules42888 on 2014/02/01 05:43
The Todoist apps (I use iPhone and PC/windows app) keep getting better. I spent many hours doing research and testing out various productivity / to-do list systems and I think this one is the clear winner. For me cross-platform usage was key since I need to be able to enter stuff on the go on my iPhone but easier to modify stuff in detail on my PC. This does this fantastically and allows me to set a variety of parameters (priority, due date, project, adding files to tasks) easily. Two tips on this: --Give yourself a little bit of time to try it out before you make the final judgment -- it takes a bit of getting used to but is very fast once you've had a bit of time on it (this is the case for most of the to-do apps). --Upgrade to the premium version. For most of us, the impact of a good productivity app. is so much greater than the cost that it's worth trying it out with all the features.
Best task app ever, especially for ADHD
by twseal77 on 2014/08/31 16:01
I have ADD and I have been through a lot of apps and methods for trying to stay on task and remember stuff. This is by far the best app I have ever used... In fact so good that I normally don't write reviews, this is the first. It is very simple and quick to use, you van use it online on the web page on your PC with PC/mac app and on iPhone and iPad. I like the simplicity and ease of use. I like that I can add notes, attach files and keep categories for different things, like school, work, etc. So many apps and methods out there for ADD require a bunch of steps and processes and 'remember to remember' methods that don't work. If I could remember in the first place or keep my attention span long enough that might be ok, but I can't. This is the only app I have found that is simple and quick enough that I can pay attention and quickly add, update, and keep my life organized without being over complicated.
One of the best but still have a few wishes...
by Hotfish2012 on 2015/07/23 17:29
I've tried all sorts of to do list methods and apps. I think the GTD principles are the gold standard. Applying them in different apps is what makes a difference for me. The ease of inputting, updating, rearranging ends up determining how much I use the system. Todoist does a fine job. There are a few improvements that I wish would be made -or perhaps they exist but I have not figured out how to use them, which itself speaks to the need to clarify instructions. First, when I think of a project I need to complete, I start to list all of the steps t need to complete it, often not in proper sequence. The ability to tuck the steps under the project is easy enough but I haven't found the way to resequence the sub steps Also I haven't found how to link a task with an Evernote note. I suppose I need to make a project of figuring those things out, but really should not have to. All in all, this is a really terrific app nonetheless.
Got to give it 5 because it's the best out there, but...
by AAntonow on 2015/05/19 12:49
This is absolutely the best to do software I have seen so far, I have seen many. I've been using Apigo todo list before for three years and it stunk the basic functions but its operation felt like pulling teeth, had bugs, and it's synchronization was flaky. This one works like a dream, synchronizes over multiple platforms perfectly, is designed a beautifully and logically. Yet it is still missing couple of features that you would think they'd figure out over the length of the company's existence: when you sorted by label it doesn't do secondary sorting the project therefore if you are working on the tests that belong to single label you may have to jump from project to project to be able to concentrate on one – this is silly. So, it doesn't have a simple email this list function, although you can give access to anybody for free.
Sync-O'licious
by BeezerDude on 2015/06/28 21:42
Any browser, any device, simple UI, essential feature set for a task manager. Good features for light project management, even for teams, but not truly a project management software solution as such, not yet anyway. I'm not looking for a beefy PM solution so works extremely well for my personal and even work related projects (my work projects are self managed and don't require budget tracking or Gantt charts). I use Todoist with Sunrise Calendar and am very happy. I upgraded to paid version to get templates and other enhanced features. 5 stars for overall execution and current version feature set, less one star for cost. In my opinion, Todoist could gain more subscribers by adding a mid-tier price for the full task related feature set sans file attachment and charge $15/yr. Charge the $25/yr price for file attachment, maybe storage and third party storage retrieval integration as well as deeper current and future PM features. Those are great features to have and build out, but not necessary for all task management users. I've spent way too much time comparing and experimenting with task and task/calendar combos--probably every one in the App Store. Don't bother with the dairy-themed products and folio UI stuff. Those were the old days. Todoist and Sunrise are an unbeatable and inexpensive (totally worth supporting) combo that work beautifully on any device. A must for multiple and cross-platform users.
Works great, shareable, multi-platform, easy
by Kirk032167 on 2014/11/11 22:20
I have an iPad and an iPhone 6+. I'm not sure why everyone is complaining about this app. It works great. It syncs quickly. I can see it fine on my new phone. I find it easier to add items from my iPad, but that is because of the iPhone keyboard (which is certainly not the fault of this app). I can share my personal list with my spouse, and business todos with my business partner. We can assign tasks to one another. I add items from my iPad, then take my phone with me to the store if I am running errands. All synced and ready to complete. I also like the user rating. The more tasks you complete, the more experience your rating goes to (currently I'm a novice, but I am desperately seeking todos to increase my level :D). It does exactly what it advertises, which is help me keep track of and organize my todo lists. Great app. I would recommend it, and do.
A flexible and feature-rich To Do app
by sloppyjack on 2013/09/06 00:44
I have recently come back to Todoist, after the recent updates. I love it. I left Remember the Milk. Why? There are a few things I need from a todo app: 1. Syncs with a good website 2. Simple 3. Flexible 4. Doesn't require a lot of thought to maintain Todoist ticks those requirements, with a pleasant to use experience. The website is great- it presents the most crucial information to you, adding tasks is a cinch, as is keeping as few or as many projects as you'd like. You can also add nifty colors to cue you. I have found that - even while applying GTD principles- I need to change my system occasionally to match my workload. Sometimes I have many folders to segregate tasks (and thinking) by project. Other times, I just want to keep my todos from getting forgotten. Todoist accommodates either. Easily. And, with a variety of views, the app and site allow you to keep the most important actionable info on front of you, when you need it. There is nothing over complicated here- no stars or next actions or whatnot. That means you can create you own system and it will work. And on the web you can drag and drop tasks and projects to reorder them (great) and set your own front page view (mind is P1 + next 7 days due). That could come to the app but I don't miss it.
Replaced so many other tools & Apps
by Dave Seville on 2014/11/20 04:44
After starting out as a trial customer for a short time I have been a premium customer for two years now. Your creativity is the only limitation as to what this program can do for you. This has replaced so many other apps and programs and paper methods that I was using I can't begin to list them all out. Just start using it right away on a simple basis then take some time in setting up how you want to use it and you'll be amazed what it can do. I have sections for business and personal and it's amazing how much more I get done and keep organized by using one premium app like this. I love that it is cross platformed and I can use it on my iPad, computer and iPhone and everything stays in sync. One of the best features I like is that I can have it email and or text me at certain times for tasks that I designate.
No privacy, worthless offline
by GaryQual on 2014/04/28 02:15
As near as I can tell, all of your data is stored in the cloud on third-party serves, not even owned by the developer. The mere fact that the privacy policy is totally silent on the security of this data suggests that not only isn't it secure, so that both they and the unnamed third party can read your files, but the developer doesn't even appreciate the importance of maintaining the security of user data. Before any app can share data, it first has to create it on your own mobile device, so that you can use it. Simple, right? But if you install this app on an iPad without cellular, then get on the bus or subway to work, you're hosed. You can't even get started without logging in, and no network, no login. And what happens to your data if they go out of business? Backup to the close, and sharing with users are both great features. But for an app whose focus is personal data, if it doesn't first work reliably standalone, with no account creation required, it isn't worth trusting the developer with an e-mail address just to get started.
Locks up after several updates
by To do list fanatic on 2014/07/28 09:45
I often need to reschedule tasks that I was unable to complete the previous day. As I go down the list reviewing each task and updating the due date the app will lock up. It is often making my changes but tasks don't visually move until I force the app the restart. It could be that this has been a long time issue but it is getting worse as we build up more list items. It has recently started to being unresponsive to any screen taps. It occasionally continues even after forcing the app to restart. If this continues we will need to look for a different solution. With that said it works great for keeping track of our family's very complex list of to do's. My husband, daughter, and I all use the app. One complaint with sharing projects is that it doesn't display them on the new shared user's screen the same. When it could be critical that the new invited user realize what project it is a part of.
My Favorite App!
by just-a-monkey on 2015/07/04 02:34
I am a university professor, and I never seem to have enough time in the day between research, teaching, and service. Todoist is the best task manager app that I've used, and it's the easiest and most elegant solution for me. I keep all of my tasks organized and can see what I need to do every day. I love the new swiping gestures to complete or reschedule tasks. The new themes and animations look super polished, clean, and make using the app super easy and fast. Students often talk to me after class, and if I can't answer a question immediately, I can quickly add these notes to the app and return to them later. I have become more productive and responsive to my students, colleagues, and collaborators requests and tasks. I don't know how I functioned before this app, but I am so happy I have it now to manage my endless tasks and responsibilities.
Vs Omnifocus; and newest updated is great
by richjns on 2015/04/04 06:04
The newest update allows batch editing, which lacked in the mobile app in the past and was my biggest complaint. I have used Omnifocus and Wunderlist for several months at a time in the past as I found my way to Todoist. In the end, this one is the best for my purposes. Having projects and day-to-day checklists that you can custom sort (instead of having to sort by due time in Omnifocus) is great. You can link Google Drive (or Dropbox) documents to a checklist item/project and then changes made to the file on any device are synced to the cloud. This is in contrast to my biggest complaint with Omnifocus -- it would attach the file and you could access it on all devices, but making changes and then re-uploading the file was a tedious process. Overall this is a fantastic application.
Finally!
by CherLC on 2015/04/15 17:28
Since I got my iPhone four months ago I have searched through the to do list apps every couple weeks to research without having found the right one. This is the first one I have found that replaces paper for me! I am very pleased with the common language scheduling to be able to have every Tuesday or even 'today and tomorrow and then every Saturday' for a task is great! Rescheduling is a breeze and editing as well. Any task can have sub tasks as well to help visually organize. I wish that the update for the app wasn't $29 ANNUALLY. $29 is a lot for an app in the first place, much less each year... That being said, I would have gladly invested $5 for this free version... Even up to $10 if it came with the tasks-completed memory portion and more color schemes. Thanks for making a paper free app I can use comprehensively and with ease!
Great Desktop, Mobile is lacking
by neblotr on 2014/06/07 19:32
Kind of ridiculous as far as layout on the mobile app goes atm. It’s essentially a gigantic outline. No collapsing folders, nothing. As far as layout is concerned, Everyday app does a job orders better than this one, and they’re not even due to come out of beta till next week. I think the problem comes from the fact that they’re currently developing their application for 13 platforms. More or less stretched thin so to speak on development when you do that, or so it seems. Jack of all trades, master of none, as it were. Really needs some serious UI developments for the iOS platform. I’d venture to guess that a majority of the people that use this application do so from an iOS device and abhor the idea of being tethered to their laptop/desktop just because the mobile version is such an incredibly clunky P.O.S. It’s truly only good for a “mirror” of what you’ve entered elsewhere. This I say because: while you can enter tasks in this mobile version, it’s not at all fluid and certainly not enjoyable to enter subtasks for a large project of any real detail. I’m seriously hoping they fix these issues soon, because dollar for dollar, it’s actually cheaper to buy the full omnifocus suite (omnifocus 1 went for 3 years before “2”) than it is to pay for 3 years of todoist premium. They need to stop honing their app for business and start focusing on the individual, as I’m sure they make up the bulk of TD users.
Excellent for motivation
by MStephens1234 on 2015/03/25 19:57
I'm slowly having my palm pilot pried out my hands and this app is helping with that. Things I love: - the ability to focus just on today's tasks - the ability to add labels and view all tasks with those labels - the ability to create separate projects and include (or not) those in with main tasks - the extreme flexibility of how due dates can be input. It can be simple, or It can get pretty complicated. (That's almost like programming) - the tracking of completed tasks. They don't just disappear forever, they go to a karma done list where I can sit and exult over all I got done. - the ability to reorder tasks by dragging them to reflect the order I anticipate doing them. - the ability to create three levels of sub tasks in projects. Things I don't care for: - setting priority on a task makes it rise to the top and stay there. I understand why, but I'd still like to be able to move it around. - i can't see tasks I've set for days farther ahead than 7. I can easily forget I put them in and put them in multiple times. - I can't see how to add notes to tasks. As you can see, these are small quibbles, so I'm mostly quite satisfied with this app. If my productivity for the year matches my productivity over the first three days I've had it, it will $28 well spent.
Great Task Manager
by KingRichard26 on 2014/12/10 00:26
I have been searching for an app that can manage all of my tasks and projects, and this task manager gets the job done. It is the one app that can be integrated with other platforms very well such as gmail or sunrise calendar. It works great on my Mac and iPhone and all of my tasks are in my Todoist no matter what device I use. Ever wish to take an email that you would need to get back to (perhaps because of a lengthy research or response needed,) well in Gmail, there is a button that you can add to your browser which can save your emails as tasks. How about that???!!! It is truly a great task manager and would recommend it for anyone who has a lot of stuff on their plates and wants to quickly and easily jot down a to-do or reminder that they can circle back to when completed.
Love this todo app!
by ahaef on 2014/05/25 21:19
Full disclosure: I did end up subscribing to the premium service, but that's also probably the best endorsement I can give. Love the clean, simple interface for using the lists and checking things off, but still with tons of options when creating or editing a task. It can be as straightforward or complex as you want to make it. The daily email snapshot with reminders of how many things you did, how many you have to do that day, and how many points you have will either keep you hooked or annoy you; if it's the latter, they're easily turned off. Sync is super-fast (one of my complaints with other todo apps) and has never lost one of my tasks. No shared lists and no location-based due dates means this isn't my only todo app, but it's the one I use for all of my tasks!
A few years makes a big difference!
by ImpressedByAfterYou on 2015/04/27 15:36
Tried todoist a few years back when it was web only. I liked the clean look and simplicity of it back then but it was a bit limited as far as functionality. I decided to try it again about a month ago and wow! I'm now actively using it in iPad, iPhone, my Mac, and occasionally on the web. Wherever I am, I'm able to quickly look up my projects and tasks or add new ones. So far everything stays in sync beautifully. When I need to add attachments, I can. If I need to turn a task into a project or a project into a subproject of another subproject, I just drag and drop... And voilá! Really could be much easier to use and I have to say, the product has come a long way in the past few years! Keep up the good work guys!
Great For Collaborative Task Lists
by Edawg83 on 2014/07/12 02:59
I am a firm supporter as Todoist has really helped me get on track with list building. It will require an Internet connection to stay up to date, but it is meant for folks always on the go. At first, I maintained my own lists, and over time I have had to evolve and move them around. This has been very easy and quick to do, which I appreciate. I have expanded my list to incorporate my wife and colleagues at work. It has been a great resource to use collaboratively, and access to my list on my phone, desktop, or laptop have made it a huge plus. The additional features would be nice to haves, but the subscription process seems a bit steep unless more unique value is added. I think Todoist should survey their users to get a better idea of what they would pay for - just my two cents.
Great Wunderlist Replacement
by SVKinAZ on 2015/06/13 18:15
If you’re looking for a new task manager now that Microsoft has acquired Wunderlist, Todoist is it. Not only does it match Wunderlist feature to feature, it also bests Wunderlist’s features in some ways. For example, Todoist’s handling of labels is much better than that of Wunderlist. Cross-platform support is outstanding. I particularly like the e-mail plug-ins for Outlook, Gmail, Postbox, and more. For those needing the Pro version, the cost of Todoist Pro is much cheaper than Wunderlist Pro. My only complaint would be that Todoist keeps more features as part of the Pro upgrade than Wunderlist, but since I’m a Pro user anyway, it doesn’t bother me. Most users won’t need those features. The app’s design is simple, efficient, and effective. Highly recommended.
I've tried them all...
by Dougstump on 2014/12/12 03:57
For an early adopter of productivity apps, the one category in which I've struggled is to-do-list apps. They haven't satisfied my need for simplicity and depth, so I've remained a Franklin-Covey paper planner guy (ironic for someone who relies on his electronic devices to get everything else done). After a week of using this free version, I think I've found the right tool and plan on upgrading to the paid version to get more functionality. Right off the bat, I found the prioritization, categories and flexibility to create tasks and due dates (love how I can key in "every other day" in the browser version for repeat events) highly intuitive. And synchronization between devices is a snap--no waiting around like some other apps. I highly recommend.
Almost perfect
by MiRa : ) on 2015/06/16 11:04
For the past 3 years I used Things as my mobile task manager. I loved the elegant GUI and instant synch with the Mac version. But I use a PC at work and was always looking for a better multi-platform task app with similar elegance and easy of use. I found Todoist and love it. I've used it all week and was impressed with the instant synch across iPhone, Mac and PC. I also found that it integrates well with Outlook, even allowing live emails to be turned into tasks in Todoist. Great!! And I really love the ability to easily indent sub tasks by dragging. This really helps organize work logically for multi-step processes. Until last month, I was frustrated by the lack of two key features missing in Todoist but present in most other task apps like Things: bulk selection and drag-and-drop for labels, date changes and other task features. This really slows things down when you are a power user, and need to reschedule or reprioritize. My dreams were realized in the release of Version 10 for iOS. Bulk changes are now easy. And it is also easy to add tasks between other tasks by "pinching" open a spot in a list, and to indent tasks as subtasks. Todoist is so easy to use that it integrates seamlessly into life on the go or in the office.
No calendar view, but easy to use on many devices
by Surfer806 on 2015/03/02 08:17
My biggest gripe with this is that there isn't a full calendar view. It would be really nice to have a month-long or week-long view to visualize what I have due when. Also REALLY wish there was a "schedule for later" feature so tasks that aren't due immediately would just disappear until later and my to do lists would be less cluttered. I'm an executive assistant so I have 8 million pending tasks at all times and not all are immediate. The main reason I do like and use this app every day is that I can seamlessly use it on my iPad, iPhone, and on the web from anywhere. Super super helpful and love that they don't charge for each device like some other apps do. Also upgrading for the reminders and notes was really worth it for me
Finally found it a great "To Do" organizer
by Rafamendes on 2015/01/03 13:43
I have been searching for an app to help me to organize my "to dos" for a long time. I used the tasks from outlook what was easy to link to emails, but very poor for all other things (project organization, search tools, etc). I liked todoist very much, it is easy to use, cloud and works perfectly on my laptop, iPhone and iPad, giving me efficiency to execute and organize my activities. I only didn't give 5 star because there is no link to outlook or Google mail yet, it would save lot of time if I could mark an email as "follow up" in todoist, also it is complicate to send files. That should create something that I could copy a file from email or or drive and paste in todoist. Other than these items, I like very much the app and are helping me a lot.
Just Right? Maybe so.
by pcborup on 2014/07/16 23:27
For a long time I have floated in between Omni Focus, Things, and a couple of other apps for task management. Each have their strengths but also sufficient weaknesses that I felt a bit like the three bears story (i.e. this one is too much...this one is too little...) Todoist may be that "just right" middle ground. It is taking some getting used to but one large plus is that it is very consistent experience across all platforms that I am trying. That includes all Apple platforms as well as Web and Windows. That in itself is a big positive as one of my complaints about other apps has been inconsistent experience. Also need to note that the sync between all devices is lightning fast! So while my rating is still a work in process my initial feedback is 4 out of 5.
Best User Friendly Tool to Learn Collaborative Project Management
by darmok on 2015/05/09 16:41
Pros • Integration with Sunrise calendar app makes it easy to see your complete appointment and task load for a time period so you can avoid overloading • Ease of use simplifies training and increases retention of users • Basic service allows users to learn benefits of collaborative project management, so they can appreciate why the premium option is so worthwhile • Projects, Sub-projects, Tasks and Task Dependency is included with basic service. • Premium includes Custom Filters, Notes, Attachments, Search, and Project Templates Cons • Missing Update view. As changes to tasks are made, it's important to have one place were you can see that history. Something like a social media news stream, but for project and task activity like comments and changes made. The next best service with a strong basic package that helps you show people the value, before paying for premium service is Azendoo. Their app is getting better, but they do not currently allow you to resort tasks with mobile app, only via the web browser. Their interface is also not as clean or user friendly. Todoist it is the best value in collaborative task management.
Clean, consistent, and cross platform
by huwe on 2015/05/30 02:03
I've used paid versions of Omnifocus, Things, ToDo, and several others I don't recall. It's a highly personal tool so the only way I know to do it is get one and live with it for a while and see if you can make it fit your style. Todoist does that for me. I'm mainly in the Apple ecosystem, but still have to use other os's and the web version works great. I do like the native apps for my mac & iPhone, but web access is nice when I'm in another environment. The Zapier integration with Evernote is awesome and I really like their implementation for printing hard copies when I need to. Is it perfect - no, but none of them are. Todoist has a pleasant interface and can be bent to my work style so I'm very happy with it.
Mostly Excellent
by Type1Runner on 2014/10/01 18:30
I really like this app a lot! It provides lots of ways to organize a group tasks. Prioritization is a possibility. Setting due dates is great. Just takes a little bit of time to figure out how to set your dates, especially recurring ones. My one really big complaint is that I paid for the premium version so that I could get push reminders on my phone, and that part of the app is not working. I'm frustrated about that part. If that gets changed and fixed I can change this review. But for now, I'm changing the app I use for task management. I need to push notifications, or I will miss important tasks. I will mention that I contacted the developers for technical support, and they are aware of and are working on the issue. As of today, it still wasn't fixed. So they issued me a refund. I really appreciate that.
Excellent cross platform app
by Dana Piwinski on 2014/12/24 15:17
I've been using for about a year and half. A very solid todo list manager that works equally well on my windows PC Chrome or IE browser, and on my iOS 8 devices. I have many small projects to manage concurrently, with some larger ones going at the same time. This app helps me organize all my projects with project folders and subtasks. It's easy to go through and prioritize tasks daily. I also use the Inbox to just quickly throw in a task that I later file under the appropriate project, and my iPhone lets me do that by just speaking and having that converted into the text for the task. Nice. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because of the calendar integration, which is being improved. I would like to be able to assign a date range to a task (and subtasks), and have that show up graphically on a calendar. If it could do that, I wouldn't need other tools to do a project work breakdown structure. I paid for the premium version, both for the additional features, but especially to encourage this company to keep working on what I believe is a solid product with even more potential. If you like it, you might do the same.
Well implemented task manager
by Brianthreedee on 2015/01/25 14:44
Being new to the use of task management, I have tried several different apps. My requirements are based on my work force needs, multi platform support, ease of work flow integration, which also means ease of use, and collaboration tools. I've found that most of my needs have been met, but I'm not won over by the outlook integration. My complaint stems from two issues, I am unable to have the calendar sit either below, or atop the plug in, but only to the side. This takes up precious real estate. The second, is that I have to run the plugin, instead of using outlooks task feature. Admittedly my issues might be my own limited understanding and if so I'll gladly change my rating to five stars, but till proven otherwise I'll leave it at four stars.
Finally: Sub Folders in Easy To Use To Do Program
by Hlenow on 2015/06/11 19:07
I have used them all, Omni Focus, Things, and all the rest. For me, the ability to easily build sub folders in To Doist is the thing that got me. I find adding tasks is easy, giving them all the info needed is easy and working with the existing lists just intuitive and easy and complete. I am a lawyer trying to keep track of the many tasks for each of my clients and the many projects for each client. This is the best program for me because of its intuitive interface and deep feature set. I tried hard to love OMni focus, but it just didn't work simply enough for me. Things won't, as a matter of principle, allow sub folders.
A sufferer of ADD lands the perfect app...⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
by Lakahata on 2014/12/08 08:20
...at least that's what the title of my review should be! I've searched high and low for a To-Do app that works with how I work. I've bought, what feels like, every single app you can imagine to help organize my life. From the free ones to the paid ones, all of them grabbed my attention for a few days but we're either too simple, too difficult or just didn't have the necessary components for my lifestyle. Todoist gives me the cross-browser, web-based, app platform I need to keep me from losing my job. 😉😉 That's why I went ahead and upgraded to premium which was never my intent when I bought the app. Thank you Todoist for an incredible tool as well as a great blog!
Best task manager EVER!!
by dragonfly09 on 2015/05/16 16:54
I have used almost ALL of them and been disappointed. This is the first one that I would ever consider paying the full price for. I can write multiple projects, daily and weekly checklists, sub-projects, invite collaborators and manage everything from my phone and desktop integrated with Outlook. Best of all the calendar feature allows you to QUICKLY mark something as today, tomorrow or next week and have a list of items from every project due "today", "tomorrow" and the "next 7 days" show up in their own lists - something maddeningly missing from other task managers. I will be using this product until the day I die. Thanks SO MUCH for creating it.
Easy, intuitive, effective
by MNK94025 on 2015/04/20 15:44
I was skeptical of any to do list app as the act of writing, and the thought time spent crafting my lists helps me process the bigger picture that individual tasks are supporting... But I'm really impressed with how this app has supported the creative-thinking aspects of my time management. Simple yet effective. The ability to easily reorder tasks and prioritize is great. Using it is very intuitive. Only wish there was an easy way to print all open tasks (rather than printing one category at a time ) as I really like having a hard copy of the big picture to muse over. I'm sure I will use this more and more over time and take advantage of all its functionality.
Very good tool. Works great.
by Paper solutions on 2013/08/10 18:45
I moved to this app from wonderlist which was really bad. So far I am very impressed. Love the time date stamp that is automatically input when you save the note. Wish it would open the attached emails on the phone app. That only works on the computer with outlook. Everything has been very good on this. Also on my iPad now. Really great. The latest update also corrected several thing. Mostly the way you view notes and the calendar option is so much better to move your to dos to the dates you want. Great app only getting better. One more item needed is to highlight the importance level color a little more. You can hardly see it. Thanks.
Best Todo List out there- use with Sunrise!
by Ematton on 2015/03/21 19:47
I've loved Todoist for a few months, but due to software issues on my old phone couldn't get it on my mobile app for awhile. Since upgrading my phone, I've gotten to see just how wonderful todoist is as I have my phone on me all the time. I integrated it with my Sunrise app (the best calendar app out there) which shows you your to do's in a calendar view along with your events. Very handy! Only comment is that I wish there was an easier way to drag and drop or reorder tasks as sub tasks etc. It's possible to do the su tasks on the mobile app, but is far less user friendly and seamless as online. Great app! Worth the premium yearly charge!
Finally decided to go with a task program!
by TGZebra on 2015/06/11 02:43
I'm an app junkie. I've been using free app of the day programs for years and I have them all from 2Do to Things to Omnifocus. Todoist is the first I've really used for more than a couple of months. I just got tired of having to actually create a task list to learn how to use task programs in the first place. The easy set up and reliable syncing has me on top of everything. Coupled with Clear for simple lists, you can't go wrong. Yes, there are a couple of things I'd like to see changed but they seem very responsive and updates come often. If you are looking for simplicity, sophistication and adaptability, Todoist is the right choice.
Simplicity conquers the world
by justDelmar on 2014/12/27 14:23
Todoist is a simple and easy to use task management app that really helps me conquer the world around me. I've tried just about all of the popular task management apps out there and I've stuck with this app the longest. It's intuitive, simple and functional without being overbearing. The app is flexible enough to let you manage your task the way you want and not by a particular process. However, it does support GTD for those that follow that methodology. I also love the integration with other apps and services especially the CloudMagic email app. Right now this is my goto task management app until another comes along to unseat the king. Now go out and be productive!
Keep up the great work on this.
by Mbldr on 2015/06/30 03:41
10-year plus GTDer. Use Windows laptop and tablet along with iOS devices. This app has a great look and feel along with an intuitive flow. Moving away from 7-years of use of Netcentrics GTD Outlook Addin to Todoist. Any features missed from the GTD Addin are far outweighed by the convenience of having all of this sync across platforms and readily available anywhere. One thing really missed is the ability to add screen shots (not as attachments) to notes as easily as it's done in Outlook. Having notes shown with the task as in Outlook would be a big plus. Read recently in the ToDoist blog about increased tie in with Microsoft Ink-looking forward to that.
Finally found a system that works for me
by Furblong on 2013/08/12 15:46
Love this app, I made a project for my appointments so it replaces my calendar too. I now have all my info in one simple, searchable place. I like the addition of the Inbox for quick notes, then I go back after the meeting and assign times, projects and priorities. I don't know if it is new, but I also like seeing all my completed work under the Karma tab. I use this online with Chrome for Mac and PC and on an iPhone. I haven't had any of the sync problems other reviewers are writing about. Sometimes something seems missing but I search completed tasks and it is there, I had unintentionally checked the project.
Best todo service!
by Rjzmml on 2014/02/09 16:27
After trying many task lists, Todoist is my favorite by far. It is both minimalist so that you don't get to mired in organizing tasks, and flexible so that you can group tasks within other tasks, and now projects within projects if you choose. New features have been appearing, though I hope it also becomes possible to turn more of them off. "Karma" was introduced about a year ago, but I found it incredibly distracting until we were allowed to optionally turn it off a few months later. I hope the same happens with things like screen real estate being dedicated to congratulating me on having nothing due today!
Generally love it...however
by groll999 on 2015/04/11 13:51
I've been a fan and a user for over a year. And although the app is easy to use, it's very clunky on sub tasks. I'm told its being worked on for updates but for now it's just not my smooth. For example you can't really work with sub tasks in the today view. You can only really work on them by clicking on the left column where you set up categories. Programs like wunderlist let you work on sub tasks within day views much more elegant. In fact if wunderlist figures out how to make repeating events more like todoist, I'm all in. I've told todoist unless they get the sub tasks to work in the daily view and to get the main task to complete when all sub tasks have been checked off, I'm leaving and not renewing. For me it's that important.
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