I really liked Wunderlist, before Microsoft bought and killed it off. I’m trying to get used to Microsoft TODO, which is supposedly made by the same team that made Wunderlist, but to meet Microsoft’s requirements and interoperability. It supposedly allows you to use Outlook Tasks to interface to it. I think you have to use Outlook online to do that. Microsoft has a bunch of list/task/TODO things. Microsoft TODO has some nice features, but I’m having difficulty falling in love with it. Maybe someday they will have a convincing narrative, or consistent approach?
I have a couple of accounts with Toodledo. It has evolved, a lot, since I first signed up, and seems quite powerful, but there is something just too “computery” about it. Kind of looks and feels like a DB front end. In fairness, I might just need to spend more time with it, but it does not “suck me in”.
I’ve looked at a number of other app/programs through the years. Just wondering if anyone has found something that they really like and use everyday.
I really like David Allen’s GTD (Getting Things Done) approach. I’ve watched a lot of presentations from him on YouTube and read a couple of his books. He just makes sense. I love to hear his presentations and interviews with him. I’ve not found anything that seems to really facilitate implementing GTD on a computer/phone/tablet/etc. Anyone have any recommendations?
Are there other systems out there that you like better than GTD?