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  1. Patti says

    This is new to me! I just stopped using teuxdeux and wunderlist had some syncing problems so I am excited to try this. Thanks Lisa!

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  2. Allyssa says

    I think I need to check out Todoist again. I’ve tried it in the past, but there was just something about it I didn’t like.

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  3. Cindy says

    Oh I need to check this out. We use asana professionally but keeping the lists separate was getting a little bogged down.

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  4. I will forever be thankful to you for letting me know about Todoist. It’s seriously a game changer.

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  5. Yes! I totally agree. Todoist is my project management app. I pay for premium, too! Though I thought it was only $29 a YEAR, which makes it even more of a no-brainer!

    The reason I did upgrade was because I can use a template for all my web design projects with the same set of markers I need to do (ie: first invoice, contract, first mockups, etc etc). It makes the whole process much quicker!

    I’ve also tried a million apps and this was my favorite for that kind of thing. For daily to dos, I rely on any.Do. I…have an app problem.

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  6. Bethany says

    This looks awesome! I’d been using Wunderlist for a while but it seemed like its more for shopping lists, etc. rather than project to-do lists and I eventually just started making checklists in Evernote. I just started using Weave, but I don’t know how I feel about it yet. I guess this is the answer! Thanks!

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  7. Jordan says

    Love todoist! Tried every app under the sun but found this and it is perfect! I also recommend to everyone… And totally do that Monday thing too! Great rec!

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  8. Todoist changed everything for me too! I used Asana for a while, but I love the look and ease of Todoist much more.

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  9. Jessika says

    My favorite todo list is Weave! Love it to death! I’m currently downloading it and I can’t wait to try it out…especially if you like it!

    Jess
    Jess Classy | Design x lifestyle

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  10. Ohhhh I’m definitely going to have to check this out. I’ve tried countless “to-do” list apps and have quickly abolished them to go back to the paper & pen method.

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  11. Ashley says

    I was using ToDoist for a while and then I kept getting blocked by not having premium. I might actually have to check it out now, especially reading about the template format in the comments. That is totally awesome. I think that would help me a lot with blog posts and making sure I’ve finished all the tasks needed for each one. I don’t blog every day so making a lists for each blogpost wouldn’t be too daunting right now.

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  12. Max says

    I subscribed to a premium account only a few days ago and so far, I really like this.

    They have apps for all platforms which makes is a big plus for me.

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  13. Tiera says

    I must’ve tried almost every app under the bus, and I could never really stick to one for long. But I’ve been loving Todoist for months now! It strikes the perfect balance between being very robust yet still simple to use. As I embark on more and more contract and freelance work, I’m sure it will become a more integral part of keeping me organized.

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  14. Vivian says

    I’m a former Todoist user (from back when the iPhone app didn’t even exist). I switched to Teuxdeux because Todoist’s updates were super slow and customer support was horrible. I’m now getting to the point where my projects are getting too big for TeuxDeux and I’m looking to move back. Any comment on how Todoist’s customer support is now? Are updates happening faster?

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