Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Use todoist constantly for business and my personal life. Much better than a Tablet you write on, you never loose your list because it's on the cloud.
I like what this addon is supposed to do, and I hate how it functions. Rated 2 out of 5 stars
Complete garbage. Constantly spits out errors about mismatched tokens and expired sessions. Unusable.
FIX THIS IF YOU EXPECT PEOPLE TO USE IT.
Genial!! Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Muy buena app para anotar los pendientes del dia a dia, dándole prioridad o fecha de caducidad!! lo único malo es que para algunas cosas adicionales requieres premiun pero con la cuenta free se hacen muchas cosas.
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Everything is available for premium users ! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
It's just a toy, not useful if you have not premium account.
Add https://todoist.com and disable clear site preferences. Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Pay attention to Duncan's review and advice:
In addition to following these steps:
Also be sure to add https://todoist.com to your exceptions for third-party cookies, and make sure that if you're using "Clear history when Firefox closes" that you're not also clearing your site preferences. Because, well, then you lose your site preferences, like all those handy third-party cookie exceptions you just went to the trouble of adding.
Unacceptable failure Rated 1 out of 5 stars
People are complaining the plugin doesn't work (fails to login) due to a CSFR token mismatch. Some also that ToDoIst's advice on their site doesn't fix the problem.
I hope Firefox users aren't being treated like 2nd class citizens here. Come on, ToDoIst! If you preach productivity, let's see some from you: produce a working Firefox plugin.
1 star because it doesn't work at all for me.
Gr8 Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Awesome, I use it on Mac, Win, in Firefox and would use it on Linux as well! Gr8 product with superior design!
Broken on FF 50.0.2 Mac Rated 1 out of 5 stars
I constantly get an CSRF tokens mismatch. The Todoist FAQ tip ist not solving the issue, unfortunately.
Not working on version 50.0.1 Rated 1 out of 5 stars
It doesn't work on this version. Please uptade :)
Need to improve Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Please add the ability to set popup size and keyboard shortcut as well.
Invalid or Missing CSRF token Rated 2 out of 5 stars
"Invalid or Missing CSRF token" while trying to login via gmail account
Invalid or Missing CSRF token Rated 1 out of 5 stars
While trying to login via gmail account, it results in "Invalid or Missing CSRF token". I use FF 48 and the latest todoist-plugin. Some Firefox versions before, all went fine, but now it is unusable. Please repair! Thank You!
Tip for people using custom settings for cookies Rated 4 out of 5 stars
If you have your Firefox prefs set to restrict third-party cookies, you'll need to add "https://todoist.com" to exceptions or it won't work. Just adding the domain without HTTPS etc in front of it isn't enough, despite what this support article suggests: https://support.todoist.com/hc/en-us/articles/208951085
It is finally working in Firefox 46.0.1 !!! Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Simply works in Firefox 46.0.1. Just upgraded Firefox, no additional steps.This user has a previous review of this add-on.
Usefull addon Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Today I installed it and I find it awefull.This review is for a previous version of the add-on (4.0.2).
Don't bother with the add-on, just use a bookmark in a sidebar Rated 2 out of 5 stars
The add-on lost its one useful feature: the ability to dock the Todoist window on the left of all tabs. This is, apparently, a Mozilla issue. The same functionality can be retained by going to your bookmarks, finding your Todoist bookmark, and right-clicking for properties, then checking "Load this bookmark in the sidebar".
You don't need the Firefox add-on for this, so don't bother with it. I give it three stars for looking good, subtracting two for the lack of native docking, which renders it pretty but not functional. Then I'm subtracting another star simply because the paying, premium users had to determine this solution for themselves, despite Todoist knowing in advance that this was going to be an issue when they updated their add-on.
sidebar removed - the tool does not work for me anymore Rated 1 out of 5 stars
the sidebar was THE feature why i stuck to todoist. now i can't use it anymore with my current workflow i don't want to change.
i'll guess i'll move on since i do not see that todoist is developing in a direction i wanna work with. the todoist devs blame firefox for not supporting the sidebar in the new SDK. but even though a lot of costumers are complaining in their support forum, todoist does not seem willing to search for a work around or an other solution.
i don't know why i should pay people that give me lame excuses.
btw my comment to the rating of Edgar H.:
i don't think that the new pop up solution is very zen. the pop up covers half the screen, so parts of the website you're currently on are visible. enough to be a distraction and not enough that you could read anything usable on it. also you could close the sidebar anytime.
Dear Edgar H., who paid the working hours for your review?
Sidebar Removal Makes Todist Counterproductive Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Todoist has gone from a 5-star rating to a 1-star rating. The new version removed one of the key features of Todoist - the sidebar. Many users rely on the sidebar tool as a constant reminder of to-do list tasks. Without it, the ease and simplicity of use has decreased dramatically.
Negative feedback from many premium users in their forum has not generated action. Customers are basically told "thank you for your input" and please reload an old version if you want to use the sidebar. Staff has said they will not be bringing it back and has now resorted to sharing that it is a Firefox issue. A forward-thinking company would look for solutions that meet the needs of their clients. Focus on what CAN be done to bring back or revise the sidebar feature rather than on focusing on WHY it can't be done.
Please rise to the challenge and find a workable solution so that you retain your current customer base.
New Version rocks! Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Sometimes new things give a shock in the first moment. I e.g. had problems with todoists new general design 1-2 months ago... but now, i am used to it.
But this Firefox-Addon ROCKS! I did not use the old version much, cause having an open sidebar while browsing was much to much distraction for me. "Multitasking on screen" sucks for me!
(I wanna focus my mind on one thing at a time. Zen-Like. "Out of Mind" is, why i use a todo-list in the first place. To get my mind FREE and EMPTY of all the stuff i would have to remember!).
BUT this new Todoist-Button just rocks, totally. one click, just looking "what do i have to do next", without leaving the browser. AWESOME.
I guess people should give it a try. Mostly those, who where not comfortable with the old version. Cause this new version is really totally fresh new way to use it. Cool !
Edit: Another User ( "eska") commented above about my commend here. He (or she) is even asking "Who paid the working hour for your review". Thats very strange.... - i myselve was a critic on Todoists new Win-Version 1-2 month ago.... and now with firefox i just could SEE: what one suffers can be the favour of others. Thats why i even registered here, to write a review contradicting to all this in my oppinion strange 1-star-ratings.
I am just a Customer of Todoist, nothing else. Have no connection. I myself "pay" for my time.... since more then 30 years ( i am above 50... - was computerprogrammer from beginning of 80s.... - and as such i tell you: it just shows your technical not-understanding, when you ask Todoist to make a "workaround" for sidebars, while Mozilla Firefox SDK is just not supporting that anymore (as it seems). This is like asking Firefox to appear in a Start-Menue of Windows 8, while Windows 8 had abbondend them !!
About the "Zen-Stile": if i click on Todoist, i just wanna look, what next todo. And then go on surfing (or end surfing and do some next-todo). Thats simple with me. I dont need a totolist beside the browser! What for ? Its distracting (for the browsing), nothing else !! People today even use "reading-modes" which turn off everything else and only what you READ is visible.
But IF you need that, why you dont setup just your DESKTOP e.g. with the todoist-windows-app on one side, and the rest of the window with the browser. EASY !!!!!
But okay, i understand, of course the sidebar could turned on & off ..... and yes, there IS a point in that. But i just did not like it, so what. Tastes are different. And if Firefox SDK is not anymore supporting it, its not the fault of Todoist. You should rate Firefox instead.