Todoist.com is a time management and project management website in a very simple and elegant format.
- It allows you to write a list of projects like vacation, writing a book or organizing a party, and add corresponding tasks.
- It can send notifications about projects or tasks that are overdue to your email allowing you to keep track of your work.
- Each project can be colour coded, and the list of tasks can be saved or archived.
- You can also create subtasks.
- Special labels can be used to organize and sort the tasks that can fit under the same topic. For example, if you make a number of labels in different projects about books you need to read or buy, then, the next time you are about to order stuff on amazon, you can query Todoist for that particular label, and the program will generate a list of all your books.
- Actually archiving option as well as productivity charts and graphs are under the membership option. You pay about $2 per month, or $29/year, and some of the special features you receive for your bucks are notification emails and reminders about due projects, productivity trackers, improved SSL security, accessing tasks via iCalendar and many others.
- Regardless of the membership, free version is also very good and efficient.
Todoist informs that their tools are "private, secure, and trusted by Fortune 100 company employees at Citi, IBM, HP, Bank of America, Gillette, and more." Well, if it is good enough for Bank of America, it is good enough for me.
I love its interface, simple white background, and minimalist design. There is nothing distracting about the layout.
I am considering upgrading my membership.
Todoist also has a sister website - Wedoist for a team of people collaborating on a project.