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It's such a simple and effective tool! If you need an app to safely store your To-do's and make sure you stay on top of things, this is it. You can divide tasks lists into folders (like "home" and "business"), share the lists with co-workers, set notifications, even mark items as a priority. It's great for smaller, day-to-day tasks but if you need something to manage a bigger project or a team, you should look into more robust project management tools. Although this is a great app, it cannot replace tools like TeamWork, Basecamp etc. But they work great together
C-Level Executive in MarketingMarketing and Advertising Company, 11-50 employees
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Support for Agile Methodology
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Change request and Case Management
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Project & financial reporting
Integration with accounting software
- Wunderlist is what you need for your to do lists. It's really simple to use.
- Allows you to set due date to your lists, share them with your team and/or create a folder to divide and organize all your list set
- Also, Wunderlist is compatible with all platform and devices. So you can always be updated on your list or work on them from wherever you are and with all the devices you have.
- Sub-tasks should have their own separate due dates
- The main list needs some more intuitive tools to sort the list in any way I choose
- Hovering over links should show a description of how to use it. For example, it would have been nice to know right away that double-clicking on a task is the way to open the details list.
Manager in OtherFinancial Services Company, 5001-10,000 employees
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Wunderlist is the cleanest of all these products, and also the most functional. It performs exactly like you would expect a to-do app to work, and you can make it as simple or as complex as you want. Trello boards were too much for my employees to comprehend and they could never get the hang of it. Microsoft TO-DO is just a stripped down remake of Wunderlist and will be a while before it catches up (if it ever does). Todoist is the most similar to me, and it was mostly an aesthetic choice that made me choose Wunderlist.
Return on Investment
- Keeps me organized so I have more time to work and spend less time looking for information. Productivity has probably gone up 25% (according to my time tracking software).