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  • http://twitter.com/adycoles Ady Coles

    Thanks for the summary – I was also one of the early invitees to the Wunderkit experience, but I’m having more trouble trying to see where it fits into my work / personal life. I use and love Wunderlist, plus Evernote and BaseCamp. These are very much embedded into my daily life.

    I suppose the one thing that Wunderkit brings that is not available from the other three is public workspaces, which I agree is a brilliant feature.

    Now that I’ve got a Mac app and an iPhone app for Wunderkit, I may feel better about integrating it into my workflow – I’m determined to give it a try, given how fitting Wunderlist is.

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

      I’m also a bit torn on how to use Wunderkit and Evernote together. I’m really considering switching all my evernote checkboxes over to Wunderkit. This is going to completely replace Wunderlist for me.

      • http://twitter.com/adycoles Ady Coles

        I’ve shied away from using checkboxes in Evernote – I use it purely as a ‘dump’ of tagged information. And I love the image OCR – that’s the real winner in Evernote for me. So I use Wunderlist for to-dos and GTD, Evernote as my data mine and BaseCamp for collaboration. Maybe Wunderkit will replace Wunderlist and BaseCamp, but the latter is so ingrained in the working lives of those I have to collaborate with that it’s not just me that has to commit, but all my collaborators, clients, suppliers, etc. Not sure that that’s going to happen.

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

          Yeah, that’s the way I was thinking of approaching it too. I’m confident Wunderkit will win out in terms of tracking high level tasks and information across functional teams.

  • Dylan Hulbert

    89 days and counting… Before I get bought in, I want to know how much I need to pay each month to keep it?

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

      HI Dylan. I think that’s one strategy 6Wunderkinder is using to maximize the number of Pro accounts. A 90 Pro trial allows enough time for Wunderkit to become embedded in someone’s workflow so that after the trial, you wouldn’t want to lose any functionality. I doubt it would be too expensive. Maybe somewhere in the order of $50/year at a guess, hopefully less. There will always be a free version which does heaps anyway. That is one thing that everyone is waiting on from 6Wunderkinder – what the difference will be between the free and Pro accounts

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

      Wunderkit pricing has been announced. $4.99/month – see here: http://get.wunderkit.com/pricing/

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