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Posted by Luhmann
Dec 16, 2018 at 11:06 AM

 

Todoist developer made the announcement on Twitter:

https://twitter.com/amix3k/status/1073162472876597249

They had something similar for Windows 10 in the past, but killed it. This will be for all platforms.

 


Posted by Ken
Dec 16, 2018 at 06:21 PM

 

Thanks for posting this.  This will be interesting addition.

—Ken

 


Posted by satis
Dec 16, 2018 at 08:18 PM

 

It seems like they’re reengineering Todoist to meet the challenge of newer collaboration/notes/tasks/kanban competitors like Airtable, Zenkit and to a certain extend Asana and realtimeboard.

A move to focus on collaborative tasks, which leads the focus more to business use, makes some sense, as the sales market for individuals is static and people are notoriously cheap(er) compared to businesses.

Todoist needs to shore up much of its bread and butter functionality, though. Its subtasks and checklists are inferior to most competitor implementations, and as an outliner devotee that stands out for my own uses.

 


Posted by satis
Jan 23, 2019 at 02:51 PM

 

Todoist is giving another peek at the 2019 redesign - they finally are doing something about subtasks!

https://twitter.com/amix3k/status/1085593317902073857

 


Posted by nathanb
Jan 23, 2019 at 03:10 PM

 

>satis wrote:
>Todoist is giving another peek at the 2019 redesign - they finally are
>doing something about subtasks!
>

I thought this is something to-doist does really well.  Maybe this is a definition thing.  I think of task nesting in a hierarchy as sub-tasking but many platforms refer to subtasks as a checklist contained within a master task, like it’s a special kind of note.  Like how Microsoft ToDo, Wunderlist, TickTick etc do it.

Are they saying they’ll soon have the option to do both?

I like nesting tasks for project management and general organization, but checklists contained within a task are good for recurring stuff.

 

 


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