Free version works great as a daily to-do list if you work online
Apr 19, 2017
Ling Ling Lu
Publishing, 11-50 employees
Used the software for: 6-12 months
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Likelihood to Recommend:Not LikelyExtremely Likely
Pros: These are based on the free version.
* Offers free and premium version (the free version works great for me)
* Acts like a vertical to-do list
* Offers different colors so you can color code if you'd like
* Offers the ability to add subtasks
* Can set multiple reminders
* Can be shared with other users.
* Links are hyperlinked.
Cons: These cons are limited to the free version.
* Different colors are offered but the options are limited.
* The default "In Progress" section always expands each task automatically when you first sign on or refresh the page.
* Reports aren't available if you don't use pomodoro (there is a log though that shows up to the past 14 days).
* I tend to end up only using the "In Progress" column as a running to-do list.
* Can't attach files in the free version.
* It'd be nice if we could add sub-sub tasks.
Overall: Planning vertically (aka using a vertical list) seems to work better for me so I was glad to be introduced to Kanban Flow, and that they offer a permanent free version since, at first, I just wanted to test it out -- I've been using it ever since.
Recommendations to other buyers: If you're looking for something simple to act as a type of to-do list then give the free version a try. If you like to color code then try using the limited amount of colors offered in the free version, it is a convenient way of managing priorities.