Ranked as “the best to-do list right now” by The Verge, Todoist is used by 25 million people to organize, plan and collaborate on projects, both big and small.
Use Todoist to:
• Capture and organize tasks the moment they pop into your head.
• Remember deadlines with reminders and due dates.
• Build lasting habits with recurring due dates like "every Monday".
• Collaborate on projects by assigning tasks to others.
• Prioritize your tasks with priority levels.
• Track your progress with personalized productivity trends.
• Integrate your tools like Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Amazon Alexa and more.
Available on any device, Todoist will quickly become your hub for getting work and life organized.
Why you’ll love it on macOS:
• Quickly add tasks from anywhere with cmd+shift+A.
• Simply type details like "tomorrow at 4pm" and Todoist will recognize it all for you.
• A Safari extension comes built-in to quickly plan your day and add websites as tasks.
• All the power from macOS: Siri, Today widget, Share extension, and more.
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• A few minor improvements and bug fixes to keep everything running smoothly.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Worth the effort
I switched over from Wunderlist, reluctantly, because Wunderlist is being discontinued. Todoist took me some real getting used to, because the UI is a little busier than other todo lists. However, I can safely say that after putting in this effort, I am finally arising from the mess that is my previous todo-list system into one in which I am not dropping balls and forgetting stuff. While some of that is my own personal systems, Todoists "today" and "next 7 days" windows and the natural language date and recurrence settings ('every' vs 'every!' is a great little feature) have certainly helped me to tackle the mountain of todos I previously had. It also helps with ubiquitous capture, as it's share sheet acction thing on iOS is great, so I can quickly toss something into my inbox for later processing. I just switched to pro or premium or whatever for the ability to forward emails to todoist, and now I'm consistently, daily even, reaching inbox zero. In short, it won't solve your productiproblems for you, but it definitely has all the tools to let you do so.
Missing some mundane things
Been a paid subscriber for awhile, Todoist has the best overall user experience in my opinion. However, I have come to find that Todoist is missing two very basic features that Microsoft Todo has. The latter's UX is not as good, but the lack of these two things prevent me from thinking Todoist is flawless.
1. When I have a repeating task, say daily, and I forget to mark it as complete on the previous days, making it as complete treats it as marking the *last* occurance as completed, and the next occurance is shown. i.e. I haven't marked a daily task as complete for three days, marking it today treats todays occurance as complete and the next notification is tomorrow. Maybe a design decision from having to mark the same task as complete many times, but is annoying fo rme.
2. This is the sticking point for me, and I am likely going to cancel my subscription: There is no way to notify when a task is ADDED to a shared list. Todoist only notifies on shared lists when items are assigned to you, or when items are marked as completed. This is very annoying for shared lists, because you might see an item that was just added via a notification that you can quickly address. This is a bigger issue for shopping lists. My wife adds some items to the list, I have no idea unless I open the app to see, or unless she assigns them to me (assuming I am the one going to shop).
Like the service, application buggy
I like Todoist as a program. It has good features and definitely works to help keep me more organized and help me track tasks and projects.
The Todoist app has some glaring bugs, however. Sometimes, after it has been open for a little bit, it does this weird thing where the little blinking line goes away when you're typing. You can still type, but there is no blinking line so it's hard to track where you. When this thing with the blinking line starts, it usually also will do this thing where the feedback from the interface stops. Normally, you can hover over the dots on the side that allow you to drag a task to rearrange its position in a list but sometimes that will just stop. You can still select a task but if you are just hovering over the dots, it won't change the interface at all, which is confusing for using the program. When these things happen, I usually just quit the app and relaunch it. This sometimes works to remedy the problem but often does not. Another issue that sometimes happens but that cannot be fixed by relaunching the app is that occasionally the circle that you can click to check off a task will just disappear on certain tasks.
So overall I like the features of Todoist and its layoout and all that but this particular app has some issues.
- Doist Inc.
- 10 MB
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © Doist Ltd.
- In-App Purchases
- Todoist Premium - Annual $35.99
- Todoist Premium - Monthly $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.