This narrows the list quite substantially, I then move onto other must have features like assigning sub-tasks, setting reminders and outlook integration. Finally I'm left with a small batch of usable apps and revert back to the always scientific judgement on looks, that is, If I'm going to really use this app every day, I had better like the way it looks and feels. This process left me with, in my opinion, the most capable, simple to use and functional app, Todoist.
Within about 10 minutes, I had Todoist on my iPhone, two laptops, chrome and outlook extension. Using Todoist feels natural and does not take much effort to gain some large productivity improvements. One of the most useful features (as mentioned in my last post) is the ability to transfer all completed tasks to a google drive spreadsheet and graph my productivity on certain projects or over differing time frames, a great point of reference for external factors such as sleep on your overall productivity.
Todoist seems to do what so many other products aim to, bring a simple task in line with technology and offer it across all platforms. Overall this product has made me more productive, reliable and less stressed knowing that i am on top of everything I need to be.
Find out more, or download Todoist here https://en.todoist.com/.