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I was using Todoist to stay organized and focused. Was very happy and even went premium after a while for a few added features .Downloaded the free version of RTM just to play with after reading some great reviews. The free RTM is more functional for me than Todoist and even had the added features I wanted from Todoist. It works flawlessly for me, especially with the many repeating tasks in my role. Weekly and monthly tasks are entered once and appear on the day I need to handle them every week or month. Great for safety, maintenance items, and monthly reports. Emails that require my attention are forwarded to RTM and appear as a task with the email body as a note. That really beats reading them once and flagging them as unread so I don’t forget them, which was clogging up my inbox. I can schedule the task when I have time to decide on a date, and no more important matters falling through the cracks. Most importantly...inbox zero every day in my email. I am not sure the premium version of RTM has enough added value for my particular use, but I may try it just to make sure RTM stays profitable so I stay productive. The daily morning email of my tasks and the text reminders are perfect for me. I still have Todoist on all my devices and desktop, but it has become a good but lonely app as of late. I would recommend RTM to anyone not completely satisfied with their current to do app.
I've experimented with many todo list apps out there and this one is the best. I'm actually getting stuff done now and it's this app that's making this possible. When I first got this I went to the blog and just read things for fun and what happened is many ah-ha moments where I thought "oh wow I can do that?!" If you invest the time learning what it can do you'll want to utilize this app to its full potential and then in end you'll make things happen too. Update: it's my second year in a row for the premium upgrade and let me tell you it's worth every penny! I'm a frugal guy, so at first I hated the thought of that annual payment. But it breaks down to a few bucks a month so that's not so bad. Buy 'em a coffee once a month kinda thing. Now I'm completely fine with it because the app really is so superior to other to-do apps. I've wasted countless time trying other apps (even paid ones) and in the end I always come back to RTM. This update is a reminder to myself to stop thinking about the possibility of an alternative, consider the payment a simple cup of coffee to my great developer friend once a month, and enjoy RTM for the rest of my life!!!!
The new RTM is indispensable. Overall, this has to be the best manager out there, even with strong competition from Wunderlist and Todoist. It feels like RTM is built by a smaller team. They aren't always the best at marketing, and they took a long time to update their app to compete with the other modern task managers, but once they did it was completely worth it. I (still) use MilkSync with Outlook to capture tasks from my email, and I also love that they have maintained Siri capture support. With the combo of using Launchy on my Windows laptop for work, this means that I have quick capture that is as fast as paper and pen, no matter what I'm doing. I think this is the area where most task managers fail, but RTM just shines. My wish list for improvements would include rich text notes support when transferring tasks to and from Outlook, and honestly to include some of the cool graphic customization options available on the web app. Thanks Bob!!
This app was recommended to me by a career counselor at my law school, and it helps me keep my life under control and to manage my stress. The lists are excellent, since whenever I have a complicated task with a lot of subparts, I can break it up under a list and spread it out over several weeks. I have about eight lists, and they populate their tasks to the daily and weekly planners every day. So I can see what I need to get done for the eight or so sources of responsibility in my life, without having to worry about anything getting away from me. And I'm able to redistribute things easily when I have too much on my plate. Plus I was able to create a personal fulfillment list, put activities there that I enjoy, and treat them as part of the things that I need to get done every day, if possible. So it helps me build more "me" time into my schedule and I'm much happier for it. The only thing better would be if it integrated with Yahoo! calendar like it does with Gmail. Also, I had to pick one device to use it on, since I found that when I paid for continuous syncing and tried to use it on my iPhone, iPad, and laptop, the sync would not work well. It actually duplicated a lot of entries. But those are just a couple of side issues, on the whole, the app is really a lifesaver!
Just downloaded this on a whim. I've used Todoist, Wunderlist, Omnifocus 2, Things 3, 2Do, and paper planners before but never tried RTM. Since I'm addicted to dabbling in different apps I decided to give it a try. The interface has come a long way. I'm finding the web and iOS apps to be snappy, easy to use, and have a feeling of flexibility and understated power. Feels faster to sync and more flexible than Omnifocus, easier to navigate than Things 3, less fiddly than 2Do, and most importantly of all, more powerful than Todoist because it has START DATES!! iOS app look and feel is simple, clean, polished, and friendly. Really pleasantly surprised. Also love the monkey mascot.
Developed by Remember The Milk.
Remember The Milk is ranking in Productivity & Business
Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 5.0.18.
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Remember The Milk have a 2 683a user reviews.
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