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This thread will soon be flooded with Todoist recommendations. Todoist doesn't work well for me, and I really prefer TickTick.
Task, to-do list: How about Todoist ?
It's simple, easy to use and can sync with Sunrise calendar app.
I personally find that a combonation of Todoist & Google Keep help me implement a GTD system.
Thanks! Been having some fun passing some time lol. It's one of the widgets from Todoist. Obviously with all the settings messed around with. It's a great app if you've never used it!
Here you go : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.todoist
1st one is Transparent Calendar Widget.
Notes widget is 4Note.
They're all pretty great and customizable apps/widgets.
I use Todoist as my "task list" app that I use. I originally got interested into Todoist through my Alexa, but eventually became my main driver for taks list.
The UI is very intuitive, it gives you daily goals to reach and lets you customize the daily goal list. It allows for tasks to be assigned Projects such as #Errands or anything that you think can be categorized. The input field is very intuitive, because it recognizes keywords such as today, Monday, exact dates. It can also go cross platform with a Windows, MAC, Android and IPhone software.
Todoist is free, but there is a pro version that allows you to add labels to things, filter lists, and push notifications/reminders(which can be subplanted with a regular habit of checking your task list regularly). I have premium purely because I use it as a productivity tool for College and it really helps me stay focused on tasks.
The service also allows you attach files to tasks, or direct websites so you can just click on the task and it will take you to the right website. The website part also has shortcut commands and nesting tasks is really natural.
There are plenty of other good ones such as Google's Task list app, but I think this one reigns supreme out of them all.
According to /u/notmyname1 this is obligatory, but I definitely recommend Todoist.
If you need a basic multi-platform, no-frills, well-organised, easy-to-use to do list app for free, Todoist is excellent. If you need powerful organization tools such as labels and filters, then Todoist is perfect as well, only you'll have to subscribe.
I can't really explain in any good way why exactly Todoist is so great, except like this: of all the apps I ever bought, not a single one has become absolutely and unequivocally indispensable to me - not a single one, except Todoist. Seriously, my entire workday and my personal life would just fall apart without it. I actually can't fathom how I managed before.
I think there are some around, both plugins and apps. Do a Google search for "Todo List Tasker", and take a look at this reddit thread
Also, any web service based Todo application that has an API (like Todoist) can be easily hooked up to Tasker with the new AutoWeb API plugin.
Todoist. It's the only app to which I have a subscription, which should tell you something, and it's changed my life in that it's the first to do list app I've ever found that actually works for me because it's actually there when I want it and works how I want it to.
Try Todoist. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.todoist
It is a planner, to get things organised, and help you set priorities, so it keeps you in check with what you need to do, helping you manage your time well too. Would recommend even if without ADHD
I have been using Todoist recently for my todo manager for tasks I need to get done at home and am really enjoying it. Compared to the last time I tried it a few years ago, the interface improved a bunch and feels really nice. It has an awesome "upcoming" page that lays out all my tasks that are due date-by-date, and makes shuffling them around simple via drag-and-drop. I've never been one to assign due dates, but if I started using them as suggestions for 'do it on this date' rather than a strict due date (and this has helped reduce long-term procrastination of old tasks). I don't really use projects right now, but it can group your tasks. I am not paying for it so cannot use labels or custom filters, but if those are your thing, it will cost some subscription $$.
>Now, you can create task reminders that, instead of triggering on a specific day or time, will trigger when entering or leaving a specific area. For example, if you create a “Call the accountant” task, you can instruct Todoist to notify you when you walk into your office. You can also set alerts for when you leave a place — like activating a reminder on the task “Pick up dry cleaning” when you leave your home.
>Adding locations to your tasks is really simple. Thanks to integrations with Google Maps and Apple Maps, a list of your favorite places will automatically appear with options ready to select. Additionally, you can always search Google Maps or Apple Maps to pin-point and add new locations to your list. Todoist will save your last 10 identified locations so that you can easily select those recently and frequently used.
Another Todo / checklist app. Im not super satisfied with any Todo app at the moment but I've used todoist for a good few years now. It has good features but manages to stay pretty clean.
Todoist has a week view and lets you create recurring events. I know that's not exactly what you're after, but might be worth a shot if there's nothing better!
Todoist with projects for each category, Scheuled, Games, Etc.
Pretty much exactly how I use it too.
Items ticked off go into a completed items list and can be viewed / re-added from there. All items can be configured to have priority / schedule as well. Browser and desktop versions are decent, as is the widget view. It's also trivial to add things from IFTTT / google home / tasker etc :)
Think it should cover everything you need :)
Todoist is the best Task Management solution, it has offers everything you need.
You can also add tasks by a notification, by a Tile (on Android 7), with the shortcut and the Widget. It also has recurrent taks features, location and time based reminders, natural language detection while you write the task, labels, projects and lot more of options which you can use, if you want to.
Without editing the OP, I wanted to add that I actually have installed Todoist in the last couple weeks. Probably right around when the problem began. Todoist does not show up in GSam battery or the system battery stats.
Additionally, I use EZ Disabler which has apparently stopped working. Not sure if that could have something to do with it.
OP got an Android tablet, and this app does not exist on the Play Store.
For managing tasks and goals etc. I would recommend Todoist. There are dozens of similar apps but I just stopped at this one.
Here are the apps and their respective Verge Score -
Save a life, save a click.
I'm quite into productivity apps, and am a sucker for Material Design:
Todoist - The best task management system on Android. Helps that it's multi platform, as it means I can sync all my commitments onto my computer and edit them there. Brilliant material design helps as well.
Keep - An obvious choice. I store my thoughts in here, before they get filed into anything else. It's clean layout and design also allows me to colour code different things i.e. things to research, things to remember.
Toggl - The best time tracking software I have found. Originally designed for businesses, I use it to track how much uni work I have done.
Swipes - It helps me to have two tasks everyday that need to be done, to stand out from the Todoist database.
Habit Tracker - A really nicely deisgned, simple app with a very responsive dev.
AnkiDroid - The best flashcard system out there. Anything I need to remember for tests gets chucked in AnkiDroid, and I can use it on any platform.
Duolingo - A great language learning app with nice design. Wish it had more languages, but I am currently learning French on it and it does a great job.
Lifesum - Nothing makes calorie counting pleasurable or even easy, but Lifesum gives it a good shot.
Pocketcasts Hands down the best podcast client. One of the devs is also on the Material Podcast, which is a good listen.
EDIT: Forgot a few.
Also, I'm using the small display + large text option in N and the only app that is a little iffy with it is Joy, as the text may be too tiny for some people. The Dango hover pink box dude is actually the perfect size with these settings, too. I found it took up too much of the screen before.
Some apps I recommend that I have paid for in rough order of importance to me:
Apps that you already have alternatives for:
I would also have recommended Moon+ Reader and Solid Explorer.
Well, the most popular app still seems to be Todoist. It's pretty crippled in the free version, but you can get 8 months of premium here.
I loathe Todoist, however, and prefer TickTick. I switched from Todoist a couple of years ago, and I run my entire work and home life with it.
Todoist and Remember the Milk?
I'm currently enjoying Todoist clean interface and gentle animation.
Textra is also one of my favorites
and I'm using Solid Explorer is my file explorer, it has a very nice and clean interface
As for games, limbo as amazing
I'm sure anyone looking for ToDo list type apps knows about this already, but I've only recently started using Todoist, and it's already changed my life.
For years been going back and forth between Tasks, GTasks, SimpleNote, Google Keep, OneNote, EverNote, and others for task management, and finally landed on Todoist. I tried it years ago, but finally the latest updates have made it finally satisfy my needs.
Workflow: I keep the OSX desktop app full-screened on my MacBook (via a four-finger swipe to the right), and use the Android app on the go. On a side note, I'm using Google Keep for short notes and quick thoughts, and for longer pieces I use SimpleNote, Android and OSX Desktop.
With ToDoist, I've been more productive this week than I have in years, adding everything from shopping tasks to project management tasks, to things I need to do around the house. Everything. It's insanely satisfying to click tasks off and move tasks around to sub categories, to organize the things I need to get done.
I sound like I'm getting paid to say this, which is the sign of a great product. I'm an evangelist. Todoist has changed my life.
Todoist - It looks good, does what it's supposed to do very well and doesn't try to be anything more. Smooth, quick, easy - many of my interactions with it are less than 3 seconds. Has desktop and web apps that are equally polished as well so it's not bound to a device. That's kind of rare. Most of the time with multi-platform apps it feels like one is lesser in some way. I really like being able to access an app from anywhere.
Carrot - It's a weather app that gives, in my opinion, exactly the right amount of weather info. Looks nice, interactions are smooth and easily discoverable. It adds some spice to an otherwise boring topic. It literally has a personality, which you get to chose. Mine's a sassy bitch.
Cash - Another app that has a simple job and does it exceedingly well. I like it for the same reasons I like Todoist.
Slack - It's great overall but stands out for one very important reason: it gives you lots control over notifications. Being able to silence it during certain hours is huge. Choosing a notification tone is an exceptional feature as well - not even having to take my phone out of my pocket to know what app gave me a notification is brilliant. The desktop and web apps are great, virtually indistinguishable from each other. Oh, and you can create your own emojis, even animated ones. I've also wasted so much time sending gifs back and forth with people - the giphy integration is slick.
Infinitode - It's a little tower defense game, but it's an exercise in minimalism in a genre that easily becomes complex and cluttered. Nice, simple design.
Yahoo Weather gets honorable mention - It's a gorgeous app, for a tablet, visually stunning. The downside is that on mobile the ads stick out like a billboard for McDonalds in the middle of the garden of eden. The ads are less of an eyesore in the larger context of an ipad.
Mostly Pocket Casts, but I also have Todoist. If while I'm driving, I happen to think of something I need to do, I can say "Ok Google. Note to self." to put something on my todo list.
The first time you use that command, you have to choose Todoist as the note-taking app for it to use, but from then on it remembers.
Any to-do app would work. I'm a big fan of Todoist, and one of the features is that it allows you to import lists other people have made. Here's a template for keeping a clean house inspired by Mrs. Meyer's Clean Home.
Todoist is my choise
Todoist (Android / iOS) can do that.
Todoist and only it.
Todoist and IrfanView are also created by Bosnians.
Todoist - O melhor app to-do que faz a Microsoft chorar toda vez que lembra que comprou o Wunderlist.
Google Opinion Rewards - Ajude o Google a te ajudar e nunca mais pague por apps da Play. Ele perguntou o que eu achava de um video de react e eu disse "minrespeitimano" e ganhei 1 real por isso.
Weather Underground - Tenha sua propria garota do tempo com estações meteorológicas do seu bairro.
I use and love Todoist as well, but it's not the best 'note-taking' app. It's perfect for tasks, collaboration on projects, productivity, productivity tracking, and things like that.
But I use Google Keep for quick notes, Simplenote for longer writing, and Collateral for putting stuff up in my Notification tray like shopping lists, etc.
Oh, and I don't like persistent notifications, so I use Tiles to put all those shortcuts out of the way as notification tiles. See: Screenshot
Writing all of that out, it seems like a lot of stuff, but it works for me!
That said, I'm still learning Todoist, so maybe there's a lot more functionality in there I'm missing.
Todoist have completely changed my workflow. Combined with ifttt, its simply extremely powerful.
I would suggest todoist. It's best in it's class.
(in no particular order)
Todoist: best app I could find for a multi-platform to-do list, which does every thing in the free version.
Toggl: an essential app to track and manage your time.
Google Calendar: if anybody knows a better calendar then do tell.
Calendar Notifications: because Google Calendar's notification sucks.
GoodTime: pomodoro app (F-Droid link as it has all the paid features.)
Mubert: music for study
Curiosity: to have 5 new and interesting facts daily
Habits - Loop: habit tracking app (open for a better suggestion have tried HabitBull, HabitHub, Habitica; but no one has a better UI or better stats).
Player FM: podcast app
last but not the least:
Goggle Opinion Rewards: all students are broke af, so to buy new apps this is my all time go.
I've been using Todoist for a long time and I love it.
Get yourself Todoist mate. Also it can integrate to google calendar.
Maybe not medication specific. But have you tried Todoist?
Todoist: To-Do List, Task List
Todoist and Google Keep for notes
I'm a big fan of Todoist
I've been using an app to stay on track lol. I used to be so organized and I'm not anymore - was getting on my own nerves. 😂
Wallpaper - https://www.zedge.net/wallpaper/ec8c2ae4-9793-4783-9e54-f85367763d82
Todoist default widget https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.todoist (app)
Clock widget - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=twelve.clock.mibrahim
Music player - new apple music widget
Icon pack - Dove Dark
All on OnePlus launcher
Also, other option, Todoist seems to have a wearOS app? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.todoist
Here are 5 apps i use multiple times everyday:
1. Todoist for task management.
2. Upnote for note taking.
3. YouTube Vanced as the default YouTube player.
4. Money Manager as expenses tracker.
5. nzb360 as a central mobile hub for my personal media server.
Here are some honorable mentions that i think should be included: Snapseed/Lightroom (photo editor), Obsidian/Notion (personal wiki), Solid Explorer/Mixplorer (file manager + SMB Client), Poweramp (offline music), Unified Remote/Microsoft Remote Desktop (controlling my desktop remotely), Remote Fingerprint Unlock (unlocking the desktop using my fingerprint).
Task manager: Todoist
Quick Notes: Google Keep
Distraction blocking: Google's built in app timers & Freedom (FocusMe is pretty good too, and is a free alternative to Freedom)
Habit Tracking: HabitHub, there are a lot of habit tracking apps out there but I like HabitHub because it has the option to give yourself a skip day and incremental tracking (e.g. you can set a goal to read X pages and make it a step goal)
Time tracking: Toggl
Mood tracking: Daylio, although I've been enjoying Exist as well which allows you to share data from external apps like Fitbit and Google Health and track your overall mode at the end of the day. Exist, unlike Daylio, will also give you daily summaries of trends related to that day of the week.
Its callled todoist
You should check it out its got good reviews as well!
I hope this helps you 😃
I also checked almost all kind of posts like yours for years and I often just find 1 or maybe 2 new apps, but always happy to find cool and fancy apps 😜️ if you have further or need to set them up feel free to ask 😊
I didnt try this yet....Give it a try!
ToDOist has Gmail integration as well as subtasks.
Definitely Todoist app. Access from the web (nice layout at phone), desktop application and support for managing tasks offline by mobile application for Android and for iOS.
ToDoist allows you to do this.
I had to do some searching. I'm not sure what you want to accomplish by syncing your notes and highlights to browser extensions, so what I did was look for some extensions that had the type of cross platforming you're asking.
There's Todoist and there's Notebook by Zoho. They both have browser extensions and an Android app. But the extensions are more of web clippers.
The other method I thought of was using an app called (Join)[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.joaomgcd.join]. It might sound convoluted and cumbersome though.
I started using it recently so my experience is limited but what's neat is you can send files or write small notes to connected devices/platforms. You could even send what's on your clipboard. There's an Android app, a Chrome extension, and a web page you could access on Safari. I will say if you use Join, you can use it for free for 30 days before buying.
Job: Senior Android Developer
Allows remote: Yes
tl;dr: We're looking for a talented Android developer, who'll join our five-person Android team to help build the Android clients for Todoist and Twist. Doist is a remote-first company that focuses on productivity and communication tools.
I have paid for a lot of apps and would not want to miss them but the one I would actually struggle without is Todoist.
Check out ToDoist
ToDoist - (try) to keep myself moving forward (have premium until 2020, haven't paid a dime, look for codes on reddit)
Spotify - background music to work to
Cryptomator - keep my stuff mine (not necessarily great for editing anything on the go, ymmv)
Syncthing - non-Google Drive storage sync
Termux - not really cross-platform, but I use it to ssh and vim it up from my phone
Not sure if any of these are what you had in mind, but it's what I could think of right now. May edit it more later.
Todoist App. Android / iOS
Productivity: Todoist is what I use currently but Ticktick is a runner up for task manager. I also use Trello for software projects but I don't have it in my phone.
Calendar: Google Calendar & also doubles as a reminder app
Notes: Google Keep
Media: Spotify & PocketCasts
Reading: Play Books but I don't read on my phone, I use a Chromebook or PC
Activity trackers: Google Fit Mainly for weight logs and Strava for running (Syncs with Fit)
Games: I've rotated Alto's Adventure, Lara Croft Go & Loner.
Pixel Launcher because of the At-a-glance Widget.
I like my customization at the minimum because the Pixel Launcher isn't ugly but use Nova + Another Widget (at a glance styled widget, standalone app, no zooper or kwgt needed) or Lawnchair if you have to deal with OEMs.
Finally I'd suggest Sync for Reddit & the official Twitter app (In case you like having those on your phone) and since people here like them Thunderstorm sounds you can get them by asking Google Assistant to play thunderstorm sounds, you don't need to install other apps.
Pro tip: try to have everything you can inside the Google Apps Ecosystem, everything goes better with Assistant and you run less of a risk than with using third party apps that can be sold or more easily shut down.
[EDIT] Forgot about:
Enpass for password manager, You have to pay like $9 for unlimited sync on mobile (limited to 20 passwords otherwise) but it's great and it's not a subscription service. Also syncs using Google Drive.
iA Writer if you're into writing content using Markdown. The app is great on phones (you can export in several ways including PDF or HTML IIRC) and the app works great on Chrome OS too.
What’s wrong with Todoist?
This and this
Yup, highly recommended! It's awesome :)
Here you see my setup; I don't use the "tap" because it could also be invoked accidentally and I the pull and slide doesn't work that good for me.
Else I double tap to add a new task/note on the fly (to Todoist app → best task management app), and tap and hold invokes a new search with Search bar ex, which is much much better than Google app and has tons of options, themes, search engines, custom search engines etc.
If you wonder about the trigger zone; I set it like this, so I can use most of the right edge, but not the right bottom corner, so I can still use the one-hand mode gesture without any issues. The trigger zone ends vertically exactly at the bottom of the power switch. The area next to the power button is the trigger zone for the edge panels which I also use, I just set everything up like this, so I always know, just swiping left from the power button invokes the panels :p
Hope this helps you :)
At least try it :D
PS: the most used gesture is the swipe left to go back, which I use 1.000.000 times a day and which is really so damn fluid and smooth. Works perfectly fine, as if this feature was made for this phone and as if Samsung has added this :)
Give a try to Todoist
If you use it for work, it's totally worth premium version for the ability to email tasks. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.todoist
I'm running the beta version of Todoist and it has app shortcuts. Not sure if it's in the production version.
Uhm... how about just using a paper notebook then? Or a to-do list application on your phone.
Be sure to check out Todoist. :) My fav task management app. I also use Today Calendar as my calendar app (synced with Google Calendar, of course).
Any writing I do gets stuck in either Twitter (short), Evernote (medium/anything private), or my blog (long). If you prefer writing by hand you could also just take pictures of your notes and import them to Evernote so they're searchable. I've also heard of people doing some cool things with Google+: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/stretching-a-circle-5-ways-to-use-google-circles-for-personal-productivity/
That's kind of a lot of information, so if you need help or want me to explain any of it, don't hesitate to ask.
I'll write down the ones I remember, adding ONLY the cons:
Todoist - Needs a 20$/year subscription to activate reminders and notes. Pretty useless without it.
Ticktick - It has a premium plan, but it's fully usable even without it.
Any.Do - I just find it ugly
Google Keep - It's a mess when you're full of stuff and projects.
So, my suggestion would be Ticktick, it also integrates with a lot of stuff, but it has only one level of subtasks, as Wunderlist (Todoist has many level of subtasks, and that's the thing I love the most about it).
Otherwise it's great.
Task list is todoist but everything else is one big widget made with zooper widget, but its reading from google calendar.