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- No setup fee
- Free Trial
- Free/Freemium Version
- Premium Consulting / Integration Services
- Tech Details
Todoist helps break large projects down into smaller, more manageable chunks with sub-projects and sub-tasks. Plus, with labels, filters and task priority levels it's easy to categorize and customize tasks. Users are able to create a new task, view the status of their ongoing tasks, and view all completed tasks within their Todoist account.
Todoist helps users stay on-track with a unique point system called Todoist Karma. Todoist Karma gives points for completing tasks, using advanced features, and reaching weekly and monthly productivity goals. Users can see their tangible progress with visual graphs, color-coded by project. Other features of the platform include task comment abilities, overdue tasks tracking, recurring task creation, daily goal setting, customizable workflow creation, personalized productivity trends, and more.
- Google Tasks
- Microsoft To Do (formerly Wunderlist)
- Apple Tasks
|Deployment Types||Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web|
|Supported Languages||Arabic, Chinese (cn), Chinese (tw), Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish|
Task management tools aren't for everyone. If you're more creative or left-brained then this might not be suitable for you.
- Tracking specific follow-up items from retros, sprints, etc...
- Project Management
- Event planning
- Well-suited: simple text and calendar entries. The briefer, the better.
- I am also a Slack user in an organization with several hundred users. Experience in such a large group with a huge lot of back/forth and multiple functions (which some days drives me a little crazy) keeps me from wanting to go function-crazy and integration-crazy on Todoist, which could happen, even as a single user. I could do that in a heartbeat, because free-plan Todoist is a very robust little SaaS. For some folks, that's probably a big plus, especially for shared integrations, but for my small business concerns, I don't need a lot of multi-software tasking integration. I especially don't want to integrate with Google Calendar, as I sync with multiple clients, so I don't want that kind of public facing on the shared calendar.
- I love to use it for recurring tasks - very easy to setup and manipulate.
- Template feature is a life saver - I create templates for several repetitive tasks like onboarding staff or procuring equipment and they are easy to create and also easy to use.
- I don't use the teams feature so no comments there.
- While I use it to manage projects and it actually works quite well, I am not sure that is where it is strongest.