Today Wunderlist is integrated directly with Microsoft and ends, as it has been announced, to provide the service. After the purchase of a well-known operations manager, the company is Redmond integrate its functions into its operating system: Microsoft ToDo. Are we looking for alternatives? Let's take a look at the list.
Application Reminders, which comes installed on all of our devices, may be the first option we will consider instead of Wunderlist. Application Reminders It has many benefits, especially its own good integration with the system, with Siri and its universal presence on all our devices.
When it comes to sharing and collaborating skills, we can share our list of memories with others, too add files and notes to tasks and subtitles. Currently, the app does not offer to assign tasks to different team members who share the list.
It's good to highlight natural language recognition, where a reminder such as "finish drawing on Monday the 10th" will be "finish the drawing" and will be scheduled for Monday at 10 am.
That is a great opportunity for Wunderlist comes with almost all its features
We can find Anyway in the App Store for free. Offers a subscription of 6 euros per month.
TickTick is another app like Wunderlist. For very simple visualizations, the app offers a wide range of functionality, as well as referral functions for participants. Inside the app we can see something different functions in calendar view to get a glimpse of workloads and deadlines by just looking. For specific functions, such as adding more than five jobs or a list to more than 29 members, the app offers us a subscription of 3 euros per month.
We can find TickTick in the App Store for free. Offers a subscription of 3 euros per month.
With this unique name, developers make sure we never forget milk, or any other activity. Within sharing and delegating functions of these apps, remember Milk (or RTM), does not have support for files or commentsAlthough the latter has a place in the notes section.
The wonder of the RTM is the bakers synchronization speed Also, although it's free, an annual subscription of 40 euros is required to unlock important functions such as below functions, receive alerts or the Apple Watch app.
We can find Remember Milk in the App Store for free. Offers a subscription of 40 euros per year.
Google's job scheduling tool, so far, is the simplest we've seen. He is very focused personal activities rather than collaborative work. Its power is a very clean interface and its integration with Gmail, which lets you drag emails directly into the app to create reminders. Like all Google tools, her business model is not in software sales, so this app is completely free.
We can find Google Jobs in the App Store for free.
Todoist is another well-known resource in the world of jobs and organization. A organization based on "Projects" to which we can add functions, functions below and reminders. Highlight an activity feature that is quickly added, and that displays text written to suggest work locations or dates. The app integrates with third-party services such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Slack, Alexa and Amazon.
We can find Todoist in the App Store for free. Offers a subscription of 4 euros per month.
Microsoft To-Do, a Wunderlist replacement application, outperformed i very clean and clean minimalist interface. An app that syncs with Outlook and allows us to attach files up to 25MB per task, split them into sub-tasks and share them. As for the organization, the app provides a tab May Day
We can find Microsoft To-Do in the App Store for free.
If we use Wunderlist for team collaboration, Asana is probably our best option. The app provides many organizational options, from an understanding of group activities on assignment and contribution, through comments, attachments, notes … All work is clearly shown in notifications we can also receive via email.
We can describe Asana as Wunderlist Pro, an app that, although initially frustrating, has a well-deserved learning curve. In addition, Asana comes in contact with many third-party services such as IFTT or recording platforms for hours devoted to a particular project. The application focuses on large groups and projects.
We can find No in the App Store for free. Offers a subscription of 11 euros per month.
2Do is another excellent app to create lists and reminders of our activities. At the cooperative level, the application there are no ways to share, so it's completely focused on planning our day to day. Using a transparent interface, still showing a lot of details, the app is compatible with third-party services and plugins. Sync, as well as templates, is provided as part of in-app purchases.
We can find 2Do in the App Store for free. Offer in-app purchases for 22 euros.