Overall Satisfaction with Todoist: To-Do List & Task Manager
I use Todoist to manage all my tasks not related to projects. I also use it as a CRM for personal meetings and a wish list for books and other things I am looking to purchase. All my tasks are split into two sections. One for personal and one for business. Each section is then broken down into subsections for easier management. Each task is rated for priority and given a date. This helps keep me organized and on top of all my tasks.
- It helps prioritize all tasks with easy sorting and viewing options.
- It has really good daily reminders.
- It uses "Karma" to keep me motivated to get my daily tasks done. Karma is a daily goal-setting tool.
- It uses and "Inbox" which is a great daily brain dump I can use to sort later on.
- I tried to collaborate with the tool but found it frustrating, but that was a few years ago.
- I don't like how subtasks are created. I wish they could be done with a tab and enter much like bullets are created. Not a dealbreaker though.
- You really need to use the paid version to maximize the effectiveness of Todoist.
- The inbox is one of those must use features I used every day.
- The ability to sort and organized is unlike most task tools. Even in the free version.
- The calendar integration helps remind me of key and important features I tend to forget.
- It's the one tool I've used consistently for 5 years. I've used many others but keep coming back.
- More than any other tool it has helped keep me on track in focused on doing the right tasks.
I found that Todoist was the easiest way to organize all my tasks in multiple ways. I could be organized by date, priority, create sub-tasks, larger "areas" to keep things sorted. Others have a lot of the same options but not as good. I also really like how the app works on mobile and desktop. The main feature for me was the ability to have tasks, sub-tasks, and multiple ways to sort and organize.
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I think Todoist is one of those tools you just need to have. It's a great brain dump. It's great to just keep tabs on things and sort them later on. The best thing about it is if you love lists this is great. I tried to use it as a "project management" tool and found it didn't work that great. Though I use it to track all my tasks from projects and use Zapier to add them to Todoist from the different project management apps I use.