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My wife and I are using MeisterTask to assist with our move. We set up a list for each room of the house, then in each list there are cards. Each card represents a box that has items in it. We list a few of the more important items in the notes section of the card. We also take a snap shot or two of the contents as we are packing the boxes. We currently have over 329 boxes stored this way in a single MeisterTask project. We are able to find most things we look for by searching for them in the notes field with a text search. It has worked flawlessly so far. We have twice packed things we need and were able to find the exact box and exact item with no more than a minute or so of searching. This app is intuitive, easy to use and understand, flexible to the way you think, and available everywhere you need it. (Mac/PC/Android/iPhone/Ipad/Web) I would highly recommend this app to anyone who wants to be more productive and be more organized.
In my quest to optimize productivity in my short, dense life, I have been an avid user at varying moments of: 📋 Wunderlist ☑️ Things ⬜️ Clear 🥕 Carrot 🤖👁 📓 Reminders 🗃 Google Keep 🧞♂️ Asana - [x] Markdown lists ⌨️ Pivotal Tracker 📃 Post-it Notes 📔 Moleskines 📙 Field Notes 🤔 Just trying to remember what I have to do 😎 Forgetting everything and doing whatever I please 😐 Doing nothing 🏖 Sand and stick 🗡 Whittling in trees and park benches Of all these, I have selected MeisterTask full-time. The wedding is in June and plans are going super smoothly because everything is neatly arranged in MT. MT, MT, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways… 1. One app that can handle picayune tasks (remind me to eat pizza) and elaborate, team projects (build a spacetime travel machine). 2. Two key views of what needs doing: My Tasks (allowing focus) and Projects (providing context). 3. Three little dots next to just about every interface object, behind which MT keeps a handle array of contextual functions and customizers TMI? TL:DR? Columns demarcating various states or phases can execute actions (like adding tags, moving tasks to another project, or assigning tasks to a team member) whenever a task is added to them. The interface is elegant, scannable, easy-to-learn, deep with every feature you might desire, snappy, and keyboard navigable for the most part. Integrates with Siri so you can add tasks with your 🥧🕳. Makes great cinnamon toast!
It has taken some time to figure out how this app’s controls work but it does run smoothly without any issues that I have detected. One of the ‘learning issues’ I had, was due to the Windows10 version having more capability than the iOS app does. I was trying to duplicate a project I set up on a windows browser using an iOS app on my ipad. Finally through customer service, I learned projects can not be duplicated using the iOS app but only using a browser. Also, you can’t set up a template to start a new project with the same settings each time. The work around of course is to start new projects on your browser before using the app to update it. I would expect to see improvements in the future but for now, I’ll stick with it as useful and well written.
I found this tool through our O365 Teams application and added to several teams in MSteams. Since then, I downloaded the app version on my phone and iPad as well. I love this thing. I’m using it for work tasks and small project tracking. I’m also in school and use it to manage assignments. It resembles a kan ban board but can be used for any kind of list or task tracking you can think of. The collaboration concepts is stellar also. I can see my team’s progress towards tasks and the notes concept is great. It’s super easy to use and has a very elegant look and feel. I really love this app. Notifications are enabled (at my approval) but are not at all annoying or invasive. It’s just the right amount of nudge.
I’ve tried many other productivity apps, such as Trello, Wunderlist, Asuna, and Anydo to name a few, and Meistertask is my favorite by far for many reasons. It is easy to use, is beautiful, has almost all of the features I need (we’ll get to that in a moment), is really affordable/most desires are free, and functions pretty well in general (we’ll also get to that). MT is an essential part my workflow for school, my personal life, and several projects I am working on with other people. I recommend it to everyone because I think there isn’t a single person that can benefit from it in sole capacity. I have two problems with MT, which are small and manageable. 1. Features - I would really like to see a feature that allows me to set multiple notifications for an event, as well as reoccurring events / notifications. I know this feature has been hinted at and is expected to be added soon. 2. Functionality - the only functional issue I have is that on iOS, the syncing takes a long time to catch up / work is sometimes lost in sync. I’m not sure how to solve it besides logging out then back in every time I need to sync, which isn’t the most convenient.
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Task Management: MeisterTask is ranking in Productivity & Business
Last update was at Dec 17, 2019and the current version is 3.10.
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