We don’t hide the fact that we use Todoist at Ausdroid; it helps us work productively as a team despite our geographic separation and frankly, we like it.

There’s a lot to like too when you consider the cross platform capability of the software with apps for iOS, Android, Mac, Windows, Browser Plugins (Chrome, Firefox, Safari) as well as email plugins for both Outlook and Gmail (people still use Outlook??). But one of the things I personally have a great liking for is when a company continue to think outside the box on how to help you make better use of their products and share those ideas with their users.

The Todoist blog cover a lot of ideas that can help you streamline workflows, think outside the square and engage other systems within the Todoist workflow you’ve created for yourself as well as keeping users up to date with product updates relevant to free and premium users.

Speaking of premium users: We’ve secured 3 x 3 month premium membership tokens for our readers and we want to give them away ASAP. All you need to do is comment on this post and the three lucky winners (selected at random) will be contacted via email over the weekend.

Have you got any really cool setups using Todoist you want to share with everyone?

Source: Todoist Blog.
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Phil Tann

Thanks for dropping by guys, you’ve been emailed on your Disquss listed addresses with your codes.


I switched to Todoist from Wunderlist last year for the better sub-task management, and stayed for the material design. I’d definitely recommend giving it a try.


I’d like to give it a try.


I’ve been looking for a workflow/task tracking app to use at work and at home for a while now with no success. I’ll give Todoist a go and see what it’s like.

I’ve heard a lot of good things about it. I’m surprised it’s taken me this long to give it a shot!