Ease Of Use
Summary : Brilliant App, lots of features ! Very pretty UI, overall good! Extremely useful functions that will make sure your important tasks are completed!
Todoist is an Android To Do app with a difference:
I want to start by saying Todoist isn’t just an Android / iOS app, its a powerful and complex Todo monarchy. Not only is it used and loved by some big Forbes 100 companies , they also support a massive amount of operating systems, browsers, mail clients and more. What this essentially means, is that wherever you are, there will always be a way to access Todoist with ease, and hence, access all your important To-Dos for the day. Todoist does all that in a very unique and clever fashion, allowing you to add and manage tasks with simplistic ease. Todoist does all this while also winning on the visual appeal side. Once you get around all the different terms such as labels and categories you’ll find Todoist to be a breeze.
Todoist Compatibility and Support:
Todoist wide variety of compatibility allows it to support lots of different areas which doesn’t just include apps, it also supports:
As you can see, not only does it have apps and plugins for browsers and mail clients, but it also supports “Todoist anywhere”, which lets you access your ToDos from any “internet enabled” device.
Todoist Android App:
Visual appeal is another area Todoist excels in, being such a visually pleasing app, that it makes you want to go on, which will inevitably cause you to look at your tasks for that urge to complete them. The login screen sets the standard for the rest of the app, and it doesn’t disappoint. The Android App is also based on Google’s HOLO guidelines, so Nexus users or minimalists will find this to be their cup of tea.
Todoist allows you to type exactly how you’d say it, in the example below I type “Remind me next Friday to have a good time”. Now, next Friday Todoist will show me that task.
Another great feature in Todoist is the ability to set “Projects”, this allows you to categorize your tasks. I set up 2 projects when I initially used Todoist, therefore I could have separate tasks for at work and at home and not have the two different forms of tasks mixing, I can simply choose the project and see the related tasks.
You can also add “Labels” to your Tasks, this can help you easily filter your tasks. For example, you could have “shopping” as a label for all your “Buy Milk” and “Get Bread” tasks so when you go shopping, simply filter your tasks to “shopping” and you’ll be able to see everything you need to purchase.
Todoist also has priorities, which allows you to set more important tasks a higher priority, you can then filter by priority and ensure that everything that is important gets done when it should be. Todoist really does have a massive amount of filtering and ordering functionality that will suit everybody’s needs.
Todoist Cross platform:
Lets not forget, that your tasks are linked to your account, meaning they aren’t tied to a device. You can simply login and find your tasks on their very useful website. The website also has all the functionality you’ll find in your apps, and the same can be said for your Outlook (or other supported e-mail client) calendar meaning you can use it where ever, whenever. Which is probably why it is used and loved by some very big companies.
As you can see, the Todoist website also presents your tasks in a very easy to use and visually pleasing way.
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