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  • Stuart Ruthven

    Great post, thanks. Im with Nozbe at the moment but really not enjoying it. I was a long time Toodledo’er – but it had too much going on and was kinda ugly. Then moved onto wunderlist which is almost there – but too simple. Nozbe is ok, but their mobile app kinda sucks. Will defiantly give Todoist a go after reading this. Thanks.

    • http://web2andmore.net Kevin Tea

      Stuart, I don’t know of anyone who has tried out Todoist who wasn’t seriously impressed. Despite its Zen interface there’s a hell of a lot of power in the background and it comes in so many flavours that it embraces everyone.

      • http://www.cloudproductivity.net/ Jeremy Roberts

        And that really is where truly useful apps are going – power, hidden within simplicity. Love it.

    • http://www.cloudproductivity.net/ Jeremy Roberts

      That’s awesome @stuartruthven:disqus! I’m thrilled that this post, and Dan Gold’s story has inspired you. It’d be awesome if you comment back here with you thoughts after you give it a go.

  • Skye

    Suri integration??? Adding task via Suri is mentioned in the article. I did not think this possible (other than using Suri via email to Todoist). Is there something else I need to know? Thanks

    • http://www.cloudproductivity.net/ Jeremy Roberts

      Yes, Dan Gold does use Siri to send an email to the project-specific email address in order to automatically create a task in Todoist.

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