Wunderlist is a truly amazing task management and productivity app. It’s sleek design makes it a very popular choice for beginners and experts alike and offers a range of features suiting both the solo user and teams, or even a household. I had used Wunderlist for a few years and only recently have made the switch to Asana to take advantage of some more project management style features. I love Wunderlist, and I believe you will too. I caught up with Chelsea Richardson, an expert Wunderlist user to gather some insights on how other people are using this simple, and incredibly versatile tool. I particular like how Chelsea moves tasks to her Kill List to get a clear idea of what needs to be done today! I also found her use of hashtags to assign a team to a task to be a very effective trick.
Todoist is a personal task management app that is quick and easy to use. This app is ideal for someone that is looking for a mid-range level of sophistication – not as basic as a simple list app like Wunderlist, but not as detailed as something like Omnifocus. I thought the best way to truly understand the pros and cons of Todoist would be to ask someone who has been already using for a while, Daniel Gold.