I am now opening Tooredo to public beta.
I – and others – have been using it for several months without majors glitches so I think it’s time I shared the joy with you.
What is Toodledo?
Toodledo – I am not affiliated with them in any way – is an awesome web application that helps you write down and remember your tasks. Tasks can be organized in folders and contexts and tagged. You can even set goals for yourself.
What sets them apart is twofold:
1. Their connectivity. These guys offer a great backend for storing your tasks and an equally great API for developers to use it in their applications.
2. Their web user interface. Either you embrace it unconditionally or you spend lot of time wondering why they didn’t choose to design a friendlier one.
As a result of #1, Toodledo is everywhere: if you are using a task manager on your smartphone or are a GTD fan, chances are that the program you are using at least offers the option to synchronize your data with Toodledo.
As a result of #2, I created Tooredo.
What is Tooredo?
Tooredo is a more intuitive user interface to create and manage tasks lists. It relies on Toodledo to store these tasks and you can switch between both applications as you please. In fact, you can even switch between Tooredo, Toodledo and your favourite task manager or even completely bypass the Toodledo web interface if you feel like it; although, Tooredo is not as full- featured as Toodledo’s interface.
I suggest you use this post’s comment section for feedback and help.