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Any.do

8 Ratings

Daylite

10 Ratings

Any.do

8 Ratings
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Score 9.2 out of 101

Daylite

10 Ratings
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Score 7.3 out of 101

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Likelihood to Recommend

Any.do

There is no desktop app for Any.do. This is the only con I can see now.
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Daylite

If your team uses only Macs, then I suggest investigating Daylite 6, which is cloud-based. We've found upgrades to be tricky, sometimes users have difficulty connecting to the data-base on the main user's Daylite Server. My opinion is that it would be easier to begin fresh with 6 than upgrading and moving our current Daylite Server to the cloud. And there's no going back, once you move to the cloud, you're committed.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

Any.do
9.1
Daylite
8.1
Task Management
Any.do
10.0
Daylite
9.6
Resource Management
Any.do
10.0
Daylite
6.0
Scheduling
Any.do
10.0
Daylite
9.7
Workflow Automation
Any.do
7.0
Daylite
7.0
Team Collaboration
Any.do
10.0
Daylite
3.0
Support for Agile Methodology
Any.do
8.0
Daylite
Document Management
Any.do
8.0
Daylite
9.7
Email integration
Any.do
9.0
Daylite
9.4
Mobile Access
Any.do
10.0
Daylite
10.0
Timesheet Tracking
Any.do
9.0
Daylite

Pros

  • Free to start
  • Better task postpone options
  • Easy to use
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  • Emails can be attached to projects and tasks, helping the user gain background knowledge
  • Reports can be produced and printed to be used in Progress Meetings
  • Other data such as passwords can be added as Notes to a project
  • Project deadlines can be moved easily in Calendar
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Cons

  • Need desktop apps
  • Integration with Evernote
  • Integration with Sunrise Calendar
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  • We're using Daylite 5 and are soon abandoning it because: a. Daylite 5 is not cloud-based (6, is)
  • b. Daylite is for Mac users only, and we need a solution for our whole team
  • c. There are many "rabbit holes" that you can go down in submenus that it can be confusing
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Alternatives Considered

Any.do is simple and easy to use. I'm huge fan of Wunderlist, but now a fan of Any.do too.
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As noted earlier, we're abandoning Daylite and moving to another project management system that a. allows both Mac and PC users b. is cloud-based. We think we could benefit with an company-wide system, and Daylite 6 won't fit the bill. Our group is currently vetting different products, and Teamwork is the top of our list.
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Return on Investment

  • Easy to use
  • Good customer support
  • Great to increase our productivity
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  • Daylite has been very helpful for new employees to answer their own questions about contacts/passwords, etc.
  • We found the tiny notification bell to be weak, sometimes a project comes in with a tight deadline and we have to double-check and ask an employee if they saw the notification. More time would be saved by just chatting about the project and its expectations.
  • A huge benefit is the institutional knowledge that can be had by reading past projects. We've tracked everything, so the history is there.
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Pricing Details

Any.do

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
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Daylite

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Additional Pricing Details