Todoist is an easy-to-use task management service that I first tried out a couple of years ago. When I tried it then I was impressed by its clean design and intuitive user interface. Todoist on the web makes it easy to create to-do lists in chronological order or in order of priority. One of the features that I think is outstanding is synchronization with Outlook and Gmail. This synchronization makes it easy to set reminders to follow-up on emails. Todoist allows you to share your lists with others so that you can divide the work load of group projects.
Yesterday, Todoist launched new Android and iOS apps that provide a variety
of ways to manage your to-do lists anywhere that you go. The new apps seamlessly sync with your Todoist account and allow you to access your task lists on eight different platforms.
Applications for Education
To-do lists and task management tools are only useful if people actually
use them. The user interface of one task management tool might appeal
to one person while not appealing at all to another. It is for that
reason that I like to provide my students with a list of task management
tools to try. That said, what I like about Todoist is that it provides a variety of ways for students to access their to-do lists anywhere.