- Autor: Firefox user 10231516, 4 lata temuOcena: 4/5Good, but I am missing a way to disable the (num) icon in the topbar which shows the number of tasks. There should be an option for disabling this (like the "brief" add-on, an rss reader has). It's very distracting to always see the number of open tasks.
- Autor: Firefox user 13691717, 4 lata temuOcena: 4/5Todoist extension is just fine and does most things you need for managing todoist tasks.
I have to say that it is not terribly useful, mostly because also todoist web site works very well.
- Autor: Gardfield, 4 lata temuOcena: 4/5The best of todoist?
I't available on all platforms: Windows 10, Android, iOS, Mac, web, browser plugins...
BTW, the web version y better than Windows 10 version.
I use the free version and the only thing I miss is reminders.
- Autor: Firefox user 13494752, 4 lata temuOcena: 4/5This is actually a really great app - I am completely dependent upon it, but there are too many glitches in it to make me happy. I'm listing what I can think of below:
1 When I add a page as a task through the right click context menu, it just adds a task to the inbox, titled the same as the page and with deadline today. I will want to change both title and deadline and which project I want to add it to, and this just complicates my work flow, making me have to open todoist to edit the task (and at that point, I could just as well have been cutting and pasting from the address field).
2 (edit:) Woops - I thought I missed better Gmail integration, but it turns out the app integrates perfectly with Gmail, now that I understood which button to use (see the point below) My bad! That's one more star to my rating! :p
3 When I click the todoist icon in Firefox, there are two ways to add a task: 1) The plus-sign at the top bar, 2) the "+ add task"-link at the bottom. However, only the first of these two lets me add the current web page as task. I spent a bit of time figuring this out. And it doesn't really make sense.