December 25, 2019
Director in OtherEducation Management Company, 51-200 employees
Score 9 out of 10
Overall Satisfaction with Wunderlist
In the past, I have used Wunderlist across the entire school I worked at. However, in my current job I use it with a few select team members. Organization via technology is not a high priority with my leadership right now so I use tools like Wunderlist on a case by case basis with my team. For me, I see it solving the issue of the need to communicate about tasks. Being able to share lists means that I can assign tasks to my team and know that they are on track without having to call a meeting. Ultimately, it saves us all time.
- Notifications when shared tasks are complete.
- More task sorting options.
While I have tried a number of other to-do lists, Wunderlist is easy to use and free. Most other to-do lists that I have tried I have used for a day or two and the have deleted and returned to Wunderlist. Part of it is that I am used to this tool, but I think it is also just the simplicity of the tool. Especially after development was discontinued for Wunderlist I have looked at many other tools, but still, I ended up returning to Wunderlist.
There is a ton of information on the internet about how to use and troubleshoot issues, because of that I have never run into anything I cannot resolve. However, since development and support for Wunderlist has been discontinued, there is no real support to speak of from Wunderlist itself.
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Wunderlist is a great tool for pretty much any situation a list is needed in. It is great for personal use, in the home, or in the office. It is also great for a team to use to track progress on projects, etc. I would see this tool potentially not being as useful for a huge company where hundreds of projects are shared across many departments. However, for the average team and small company, Wunderlist would be more than enough.