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Posted by danwa61
Jan 10, 2018 at 10:02 PM

 

StackSocial is currently offering a lifetime subscription for Moo.do Premium for $59.99.  Appears to only be good until 9pm PST tonight.  I just purchased and activated just fine.  Seems like a great deal.  I don’t even see lifetime subscriptions offered on the Moo.do website.

 


Posted by Luhmann
Jan 11, 2018 at 12:02 AM

 

I’d be curious to learn if this results in your using moo.do as your main task manager? I love the idea, but I’ve tried it a few times and found it too finicky for my tastes.

 


Posted by satis
Jan 11, 2018 at 08:14 PM

 

Good luck with it!  According to the following review the main advantages of a subscription are integration with calendar and Google Drive.

http://donebeforebrekky.com/moo-do-review/

This TechCrunch article focuses on its integration with Gmail, which seems interesting:

https://techcrunch.com/2016/08/30/moo-do-turns-gmail-into-a-task-management-system/

What gives me pause is the service’s attempt to keep all one’s emails, to do lists and calendar in one place. I guess that, personally speaking, I really, really don’t want to do that, lol.

StackSocial has offered 1/2/3-year Moo.Do specials in recent weeks as well. And dramatic lifetime discounts actually worry me about the product continuing as a going concern. When the standard 1-year subscription price is more than this ‘lifetime’ deal, it sounds like something a company with a cash-flow problem would be doing.

 


Posted by danwa61
Jan 11, 2018 at 08:34 PM

 

I’ve been a committed Workflowy and (more recently) Dynalist user for a few years but not crazy about the ~$50/year subscription costs.  Moo.do looks like a somewhat comparable alternative so thought I would grab the cheap lifetime deal while available and give it a try.  Developers Jay and Grant do seem to be fairly responsive to feedback and active in releasing improvements (see their blog at http://www.moo.do/blog/).  Nowhere close to Erica’s awesome level with Dynalist, but not bad. 

I do love Dynalist, although I find it just a tad slow.  And while I want to support their great work with a paid subscription my needs are pretty simple and I find the $50/year rate about 2X what I would like to pay.  (I could in fact probably get by with the free version, but would rather support the developers to help sustain the product).

Will let you know how it goes with Moo.do… 

Luhmann wrote:
>I’d be curious to learn if this results in your using moo.do as your main task manager? I love the idea, but I’ve tried it a few times and found it too finicky for my tastes.

 


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