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I use Tasks - An Astrid Clone. It's free, has donation packages for automation integration, has gtasks integration so you can get it on chrome too and is open source.
I refuse to pay a £20+ subscription for something that's barely better than a piece of paper.
Strange - why would you post a screenshot, and not a link to the task app?
Can confirm though: It's great. Highly customizable. Also open source, and you can suggest improvements.
If you have a hard time forming habits, try using an app on your phone to remind you to do those things.
I use Tasks to remind me of reoccurring events. I have all my monthly bills set to alert me 5 days prior. I even have daily stuff like feeding my dog in there, otherwise it can be midnight before I remember I haven't fed her (and she doesn't beg or remind me).
You can set it to remind you to log in every other day and spend 10 mins inputting transactions/balancing budgets/etc. Although, if you can, get yourself in the habit of entering purchases at the time of purchase. With the GPS feature, it makes entering most transactions quick and it saves paper when you don't need to get a receipt for everything to enter later. Not to mention, the health benefits of not handling thermal paper (BPA) constantly.
It's an Android app, btw. I'm sure you could find an equivalent if you're on iOS.
Try Tasks. It's a free open-source clone of the discontinued Astrid app. I found it to be much better than Any.Do (and most of the features that Any.Do makes you pay for are free in this app). The only thing from your list of features that I'm not sure about is being able to snooze from the notifications.
Tasks is a great free and open source app. It has many features that are premium features in other to do apps.
Some of it's features:
Custom notification times for tasks.
Flexible repeat durations including custom end dates/times.
Custom snooze times from the task notification.
Custom tags for tasks.
A good widget with checkboxes.
Sync with Google tasks.
There are too many useful features for me to list them all. The only thing missing is subtasks, but I don't use them anyway.
I like Tasks. I use it for all those reoccurring tasks I forget like watering plants, taking the trash to the curb as well as reminders for all my bills so I don't accidentally skip one.
I dislike these to-do list apps that think a monthly or annual subscription is warranted. Screw that noise. This has been my go to for years. I've tried many others and have always come back to this app. No others, that I've found, allow you the customization of alerts before, on, and even overdue as well as this program.
>Offline Reminder App
Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone
I use that app, you can definetly connect it to Google tasks.
Maybe you can connect to your Google calendar via CalDAV?
Its also open source and available from F-droid in the following link:
Tasks (Fork of Astrid Tasks & To-Do List) - [link]
BC2 has a task widget
But like I said, all task feature that I tried with all calendar app is not really good. Better to take a task app like Astrid or Google Keep.
I use an app called Tasks on my phone that handles repeating tasks. It interfaces with Google Tasks, so it shows up in my Google Calendar. I wonder if that might work for you. Sorry I can't test it but my Hub doesn't arrive until Monday.
I use Tasks for daily reminders.
FYI, if you want to get notifications from the app on Android Wear, you need disable persistent notifications in the settings. (Settings > Notifications > Persistent notifications)
Tasks does most of your wishlist for free.
Recurring reminders Reminders are fully customisable with custom repeat durations and end dates.
Checklists/ subtask in a task This isn't possible as far as I know, but you can setup many categories for your reminders/tasks.
Snooze. You can snooze preset amounts of time (tomorrow etc) or a custom time/date directly from the notification.
Syncing. It will sync to your Google account or you can manually create/import a backup.
Dark theme There's a light and black theme for free or an in app purchase for many more themes.
Widgets. There's a widget with upcoming tasks with a checklist. You can have different widgets per category or a main widget showing all upcoming tasks.
Active dev/ stable app updates. The dev is fairly active and the app is very stable for me.
I also recommend Tasks. If you don't need it to sync with google, then download from f-droid and you'll have all the themes unlocked. If you like it consider a donation.
I have almost tried everything that's available on play store. TickTick is great but I shifted to Taskswhere it allows me to use CalDav to store on my NextCloud instance.
Install a task manager on your phone. I use Tasks for Android: Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone for Android. I bet there are good iPhone alternatives. Having a paper notebook is good as well. Just have one place available all day where you can make notes immediately. Then start doing it.
These apps have reminder functions. If you have tens of reminders daily, it might not work anymore. See it as a basket for all things you want done, but that you tend to forget. Put the app on your homescreen so you see it daily. Open it regularly.
aCalendar+, PowerAmp (music player) , Tasks (to-do: [link]), eWeather HD, FX File Explorer, Pulse (SMS), F-Stop (photo gallery), SD Maid (storage cleanup). More if you like these.
I think Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone meets all your requirements. It also has a tasker plugin which can be used to fit any complicated work schedule.
Here is the link.
Yeah, my suggestions will work for this. The easiest is to just get an app that shows notes over your call screen or even a more advanced CRM app.
Keep would be hard to use with Tasker. I'd recommend Evernote (open shortcut to note labelled [phonenumber] when call to [phonenumber] is made) or perhaps Tasks which actually has Tasker plugins, but I haven't played with them yet.
Tasks can do this. You can set tasks with very flexible repeat durations, including by hour and there is a Quiet Hours feature in the settings.
I use tasks solely because it has multiple snooze options in the notification.
If anyone knows a better task app that does this I'd love to hear about it.
I have not. So it is just called "Tasks" in the Play Store?
EDIT: Never mind, I see it now. [link]
Did not realize that was the actual full name. Will install thanks!
If you have an android device try tasks: astrid to do list clone
I set the task once as a daily recurring task and am sorted for the life of my phone. Anydo is an option if you do not mind paying. It almost sounds like you have a comorbidity which is quite common with adhd. I did not mean to sound like such an asshole but I am used to brute forcing everything.
Tasks, the successor to Astrid (which I will never forgive Yahoo for buying and immediately killing.)
I haven't found anything else that handles recurring tasks as well. The killer features for me? I can set tasks to repeat based on the last completion date rather than the last due date - and to hide them until the day they're due (or the day before, or week before, whatever.)
Depending on your platform and the level of complexity you need, there's Any.Do, Wunderlist, Omnifocus, Workflowy, Google Keep, 2Do, and on Android there's a whole smattering of apps that act as clients for Google Tasks. In particular there was one called Astrid that was acquired and shutdown by Yahoo but had open-sourced much of its code which allowed someone to build a free clone
I create events in a specific 'reminders' calendar that give pop-up notifications at a time I'm likely to be able to action them immediately.
There's also tools like [link] which integrates with Google Tasks.
I spent so long looking for a to-do list/reminder manager and this is the best I've found. You could do a reminder that repeats every 2 hours.
I'm truly stunned at some of the schedules posted here. Y'all are incredible inspiration!
My own list:
A few apps I use that deserve promotion:
Tasks: Astrid to-do list clone is a great open source to-do app with very flexible task durations, end dates etc, good widgets and Google task sync. I see people asking for to-do apps a lot and this has been the one I always return to.
Flamingo for Twitter. A great, customisable Twitter app. Much better than the official app for me, if just for the fact you don't get "while you were away" etc shoved on you if you don't look at your Twitter every 5 minutes.
YAATA. A great replacement SMS app. Very customisable, with option to block contacts in the premium version.
Tasks which I have synced with Google Calendar's tasks (why hasn't Google made an app for them or at least put them in their Calendar phone app I don't know), lets me set multiple reminders for upcoming tasks and assignments
Keep I use as more of a post-it note type app, though it can do time and location-based reminders as well. Location reminders are good for things like shopping lists. Can also do repeating reminders for tasks I do on a regular basis so I've got nightly reminders to make sure I know where my wallet & keys are, for instance, so I don't have a panicked search for them in the morning. Repeating reminders are also good for medication management.
Sound Recorder for audio notes & recording lectures.
12Hours is an analog clock widget that shows my daily schedule as shaded slices of the clock face. Really helpful for people with a distorted perception of time due to ADHD.
StayOnTask not as fancy as Forest and some might find the random checkins annoying, but it's done the best job of keeping me on-task at work or studying.
Simple Pomodoro One of many apps out there for using the Pomodoro technique for studying/work. A lot of ADHD coaches will recommend using the Pomodoro technique to break up study sessions so you don't exhaust your executive function trying to focus for long periods.
Noise Machine I've found having white noise (actually I prefer pink or grey noise, which this app lets you use) helps a lot with focus & minimizing distractions.
Mint for finance tracking. I don't have as much of a problem with impulsive spending as many people with ADHD, but keeping track of my finances is still a struggle so this helps a lot.
Paced Breathing is more for dealing with anxiety, but since anxiety's often comorbid with ADHD and I feel like mine is definitely related, I'm including it in my list.
Most use Google Keep for reminders and note taking but I find it too basic.
I like using Tasks for reminders: [link]
I use OneNote for note taking and keeping track of things you think you'll remember: [link]
I also recommend making multiple calendars on Google calendar and put everything in there.... Work, social, yearly repeating events for car insurance expiry.
Agenda widget will put a list of your upcoming Google calendar events on your homescreen: [link]
Use Loop Habit Tracker to log habits and remind you if you haven't done something (like calling the parents or flipping your spring mattress every few months). Or you could use the Tasks app linked above to make a repeating reminder too: [link]
Use apps like fitnotes to log gym progress: [link]
Use office lens to take pictures of and keep track of receipts and letters: [link]
Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone is my favorite.
If want Astrid, why not this?
Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone
Astrid To-Do Ist Clone ([link])
Yesterday I released a Tasker/Locale plugin for Tasks, which is a fork of Astrid. I plan to post an announcement to /r/Tasker, but I was holding off because the plugin requires the latest version of Tasks (4.7.14) which is only partially rolled out. If you want to try the Tasker plugin now and the Google Play Store gives you an older version of Tasks you can sign up to be a beta tester which should give you immediate access to the latest version.
Tasks: Google Play/GitHub
Tasker Plugin for Tasks: Google Play/GitHub
Tasks Beta Testing: GitHub
Wolfram Alpha, since you like educational apps.
Tasks: Astrid clone is pretty good but all the functionality is already free.
Tasks is what I've used for years. Simple with a decent widget and good reminders.
You can find it on Google Play Store too.
Works with the same Google Tasks database, has themes, widgets, reoccurring tasks, great notifications, etc.
Have a look at Tasks: [link]
Tasks: Astrid clone [link]
It's my personal favorite anyway, thinks it's pretty full featured and we'll designed.
If you mind OP it's on the Play Store too
From roughly 2013 I'm using combo of better google tasks and astrid. Syncing in through google tasks, so you can access your tasks at any platform.
This combo is completely free (you can donate and buy skins in astrid). Backup is in there too. You just have to create GTD lists in google tasks (inbox, today, someday...)
If you need any advanced functionality you can do pretty much whatever you need in astrid thanks to tags, custom sorting and filters. There is also basic time tracking, task file attachments and comments. Personally, I don't use this. Over the years I found out most of the advanced functionality is just keeping you from actually doing the things on the list. My routine is:
Todoist is good but paid. But I think the price is reasonable and justified as team of 40 people maintain the app. IIRC, the premium was way more than now, i think twice as much?
Anyway personally, what I don't like about pretty much any "todo suite" is that it creates vedor/user lock-in when sharing the task. I would like an app, that wouldn't require collaborators to use the damn thing. Just send everything VIA EMAIL. Hi, Pierre shared a task, deadline is Friday. Buttons [MARK AS DONE] [COMMENT] [REMIND ME LATER]. It would remind the person via email, if they responded it would add it as a comment in app. Then I would buy todoist... or anything else. Do any of you know about app capable of this? :)
Tasks does all of it. It allows you to hide features you don't need so it can be as simple as you want.
Tasks has got your back
Try this. Amazing app. You can get it on Fdroid too. It does support sub tasks.
This app is open source:
Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.tasks
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Tasks can set custom intervals/end dates/repeats for tasks. It's also free and open source.
Available from Google Play or here from F-Droid too
Tasks can set a non stop ringer on a task. It also has very flexible reminder periods etc.
Task: Astrid To-Do List Clone
You can also look at fixing up your sleep with Sleep as Android: [link]
Use my fitness pal to clean up your diet: [link]
You can use Samsung Health to replace both apps above: [link]
Also a post like this would do better on r/androidapps
Anything else you had in mind?
Lo usavo ma sono passato a questo, open source e, per le mie esigenze, più versatile dal lato Android client.
I'd recommend this. Symlnc with google tasks is a plus
Tasks for Android
Tasks formerly Astrid.
There's this app which I've find to be a good clone for astrid btw, [link]
Do you mean this app: tasks because it syncs with Google tasks.
Tasks is the open source version of the popular task-management app Astrid.
i like Tasks: Astrid To-Do Clone ([link])
Yes. The app is called Tasks, and it's awesome. [link]
Someone made a clone for Astrid. It's not completely material design yet but it's getting there
I use Tasks to manage my tasks, and I can't recommend this app enough. Each task can be prioritized and tagged, and as an aggregate the tasks can be sorted, filtered, or searched. The app is also free (in both senses of the word). You can get it through F-Droid (recommended) or Google Play.
Tasks (Fork of Astrid Tasks & To-Do List) - [link]
Astrid To-Do List Clone:[link]
Tasks: Astrid ToDo List Clone [link]
You might try Tasks: [link]
Try Tasks. Only the title, description and due date are synced to Google tasks but that's enough for me. The app is free and open source, but there is a $5/year subscription for syncing with more than one google account and additional bells and whistles. Syncing with only one google account is free though.
PS if you want to sync to google calendar you may want to look into CalDev syncing. That is a pro feature, but you can download it free from F-droid.
I like Tasks. I use it to remind me of all those daily tasks I forget. Watering plants, feeding the dog, paying bills, etc.
Esse aqui tem a notificação permanente, então não corre esse risco.
Do you mind sharing which Timesheet app you use?
Here's what I figure from what I understood about your situation:
By this I mean TickTick, Todoist, Wunderlist, etc. Most have an ability to sync with Google Calendar, maybe even Google Tasks, although that may change soon. I use TickTick, and while I have some Google Calendar events imported, I actually use the built-in calendar to create, move, and set durations for tasks.
These services also have Pomodoro timers, or other Pomo apps can integrate with them. So this could constitute your time-tracking, albeit in chunks of time.
But these services are mostly limited by a subscription service. If it's worth it, you should pay for TickTick though. But there are free and open-source apps like Tasks.
To be honest though, you might not really need all these unless you want many extra features. So
Just use a Pomodoro app. You already have an excellent tasks interface on Business Calendar 2, one that even syncs with Google Tasks. All you need is a Pomo app that syncs with Google Tasks. I swear there was one, but I can't find it anymore. You might have to pay or dip outside Android for the integration. PomoDoneApp says it syncs with Google and has an Android app, and a unpaid tier, you could try this. There's a bunch of Chrome extensions that sync with Google Tasks though.
Try something new
Accomplish and myPoli let you plan out tasks from Google Calendar over a duration of the day.
This might be your ultimate solution: My Effectiveness. It seems to sync with Google Tasks and provides a Pomodoro timer. It also has a lot of other stuff that I just could never get on board though so I can't say much.
Wish you luck in figuring out what works for you and hope this helps!
If you use Google Tasks, this one will do the job (has persistent notifications):
Try Tasks. Uses the same Google Tasks database but it has reoccurring tasks, among many other features the official app lacks.
Tasks has location based reminders for tasks
Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone
Tasks isn't specially for bill reminders but I use it for that along with other reminders. Syncs with your Google Tasks.
Have you tried Tasks?
Simple, offline, open source.
You can customise the new task screen and thus essentially disable the due dates.
Tasks is an open-source app with lots of features.
Google Play F-Droid
I like Tasks:
Sorry, I've no idea of what "encouragement" means.
Alternatively have you tested the Astrid clone on the PlayStore already signaled?
Tasks is free and open source. It has many features that are paid for in other to-do apps.
Try this. Integrated with Google Tasks.
Try Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone. Syncs with Google Tasks.
Have you tried Tasks? It's an astrid clone and have everything I want in a todo app.
Check out "Tasks: Astrid To-Do List Clone"
Try Tasks. I have a few repeating tasks set up, very useful.
Tasks has a Tasker plugin, but it's 2.99
I suggest you try Tasks with white fonts and transparen background.
I just use Tasks which has material design, can sync with Google tasks and works well with repeated events.
Give Tasks a try. Seems to fit the bill.
Using this one