What’s New

Version 2.6.13

* Automatic detection and handling of Reminders migrations of CalDAV data
* Ongoing stability improvements

- Dark Mode for Mojave
- Dark / Light mode can be switched on or off permanently from "View Menu > Appearance"
- Several UI tweaks, improvements and refinements
- CSV export now includes the "Created" date column
- Fixed a bug where the "Hide Scheduled" button would linger around for too long
- Fixed a bug where search options would close on you at times
- Smart lists now allow you to hide paused tasks
- Durations now sync with Toodledo
- Fixed issue where changing the starred state in Toodledo would not reflect the change in 2Do
- Fixed manual sorting issue when dragging tasks between two projects
- Fixed "double" postponing of repeating events issue
- Fixed issue where the mini calendar would occasionally not update immediately
- Improved date entry parsing for different locales

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

LwksNpt ,

Wish I’d starting using 2Do sooner

After spending many, many years using a different, well known, application for my [intensive] task management, I finally got fed up with some of its problems and limitations and, before following its upgrade path, decided to take the plunge and give 2Do a try. Gosh, I sure wish I’d started using 2Do years ago.

It’s always extremely difficult (and the cause for great apprehension) whenever considering a move from something that you’ve been using for YEARS and, in this case, that happens to control your daily life. You never realize how much you do completely automatically without even looking (especially if you’re a keyboard user and not a mouse user) until you’re trying to use something else. Much to my surprise and delight, making this change was a relative breeze. I’ve found 2Do to be more powerful, have more useful features, be better looking and has the ability to be substantially more customized by the user than the previous app I’d been using. During the trial period I experienced what seemed to be a glitch and I contacted the developer. I found the support to be absolultely GREAT. “Jerry" replied immediately (and was even actually willing to speak on the telephone from another country in order to get to the root of the problem).

I’m thrilled to now be using 2Do as my main task management application and even more pleased with the amazing support I've received during the first few weeks of using it.

Eighty-seven15 ,

Best fully-functional to-do app out there… but...

I have relied on this app for a long, long time. Every time I try another app, I come crawling back to this one. It’s got every function for tasks, and it makes you wonder why other task managers are so weak on the features. Some don’t even have due dates! Most others will charge you money for a search feature, start dates, recurring features, etc. Most lately will insist on a subscription in order to unlock what ought to be the most basic of features. I really appreciate the pay-once-and-use-it model. I also like that it synchronizes between my devices, and in using iCloud sync, I can use Siri to add tasks into 2do (although the built-in reminders app is utterly useless). My major complaint is that I can’t get these tasks anywhere on a windows machine. I use mac at home, but windows at work, and I feel forced to find another, lesser app, in order to get stuff done at work, and that’s where I most need this app! I wish there were a solution, whether a windows app, a web-browser version with the familiar interface, or something! It wouldn’t have to store my data, which I’d happily continue to store in iCloud. It would just need to read the data, and present it in a browser. I won’t mark-down the rating because this app truly deserves all 5 stars, but this one shortcoming is quite substantial and might drive an enthusiastic user into the clutches of another app instead.

Scott A.. ,

I’ve trid most of them… this is the best

I’ve tried so many of these to do lists… and this is the one I just keep coming back to. I do use this on IOS, mac, and my iPad. Its a minor investment compared to what you get out of this if you use it well. A few key points:
1) You can use siri (witought doing the annoying siri kit thing (such as “In things, remind me …). If you use Caldav you can just add reminders using the reminders app and have caldav sync them ot 2 do) I do that and just shut off hte notifaons for the reminders app… Magic)
2) Email to do - Just BCC an email that you want ot folloiw up with your 2do email address (I created a gmail address that just is used for 2do imports). Its a small in app purchase and well worth it.

The Dev keeps adding features and refinments. If you want to be a power user you can do that… if you just want an amazing simpel 2do applicaion it does that. Can not recommend this more. I was intrigured by a few features in Things, and tried it (on all of my devices). Ultmatily I came back to 2Do for a few reasons. The ease of adding tasks uisng Siri (on my iphone, in the car, or on my Mac) just made this a no brainer. On the mac there are also some great keyboard shortcuts for things like deferring a task a day that once you get used to them can be incredbitly powerful.


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