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Best to do list app

It's the best of all of the apps i have tested,they are -- task coach, wunderlist, todoist,active to do list,to do list,efficient to do list and to do prime.

It is swift to do list,has all the required features like ---

1)Reminder with notes
2)Task recurrence by daily, weekly or monthly pattern
3)Custom snooze values
4)keyboard shortcuts
6)filtering of tasks
7)reorder of tasks
Coolcustom columns
10)Sort by due date or priority
11)Archived tasks

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Thanks for this!

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To do list and goal tracking

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Thanks for sharing! I also used Todoist for some time and it was good for making a task list. As I needed something more comprehensive to manage tasks & longer term goals, I switched to Satistime. Two things I like about it: you can assign your to do's a start date/time in the calendar or leave it as a to for s specific week or month. Plus you can break down goals into smaller tasks and track their progress. Hope its helpful

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