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Todoist is a to-do list that helps you get organized, at work and in life.

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112 Best Chrome Extensions You Should Try (2021 List)
Todoist is an addition to all productivity extensions I have mentioned so far. It organizes and plans daily tasks. It is also available for smartphones means there is no excuse not to use Todoist for productivity. Such an intuitive easy to set up tool.
Five of the Best To-Do Apps for iOS
Todoist, like Things 3, is a well-known to-do and list making app. Different tasks can be organized into sections as needed, spitting up everything from work tasks to grocery lists. There's an inbox that shows you everything that needs to be done at a glance, plus sections for things that need to be done immediately and over the next week.
50 Best Project Management Tools for 2019
Todoist is a customizable solution to meet project management needs of small and midsize businesses. It is a powerful task manager loaded with great features to boost productivity as well as organize tasks and set schedules.
29 Best Alternatives to Dapulse (Now Monday.com)
Todoist is an interesting app that helps you schedule your tasks in a more organized manner. It keeps you in sync across multiple devices and even provides a shared to-do list that keeps everyone on track, together. Pricing: FREE TRIAL – Available FREE – Free PREMIUM – $28.99/year BUSINESS – $28/user/year
5 Free Jira Alternatives That Are Just as Good
Todoist is one of the main tools out there that uses the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology right from the get-go. Every task in Todoist can be delegated, scheduled, postponed, or moved to a different inbox. Plus, an added benefit is that you can also use it in teams – a feature that’s very handy to have when talking Jira alternatives.
Todoist vs Wunderlist (Microsoft To-Do): Task Tools Go Head-to-Head
The takeaway: If you’re used to advanced features—like collaboration, subtasks, and file attachments—opt for Todoist. Microsoft To-Do just can’t compete feature-wise at this stage in its development. Todoist also makes more sense if you’re a G Suite power user because of its native integrations.

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