Overall Satisfaction with Todoist
Todoist is used by the administrative staff to collect incoming tasks, organize them and structure them. Its main advantages are: the ability to capture things from variety of sources (emails from Spark app, webpages, quick entry for dumping ideas) and the ability to filter tasks according to multitude of criteria (e.g. labels, assignees, dates, projects).
- ubiquitous capture
- clean, modern, minimalistic design
- constant polishing (frequent updates)
- poor support of clients on older systems (MacOS Sierra)
- no start dates
- just task list (no extra task views)
- improved meeting deadlines
- improved scheduling financial matters
- didn't improve achieving long-term goals
Todoist shines as an advanced to-do list (it makes capturing tasks a real pleasure; you could have lots of labels/tasks for any task; filter function is very flexible) but if you expect more (wikis, dependencies, kanban board, data structured in a table, docs) you unfortunately have to look elsewhere. There's focus on planning and organizing but not on executing.