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Todoist Boards challenges Trello with powerful new project management features

Todoist is one of our favorite apps for keeping on track. Whether it's a simple grocery list or an advanced checklist broken down into subsections, Todoist can handle it. And starting today, Todoist Boards is rolling out to help users and teams alike organize their projects in a more versatile way.

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Google is working on Tasks integration in Calendar app

It seemed like Google Tasks had been on the way out for a long time, but last year, Google decided to breathe new life into it and launched a dedicated Android app for the service. Even though the application has received some welcome additions over the last months, you could unfortunately never add tasks straight from the Google Calendar app (that's only partially possible on the web right now), but Google is working on changing just that. XDA Developers managed to manually activate a Tasks integration in the latest Calendar release, 2019.47.2.

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Todoist experiments with hand-written task list scanning, adds auto dark theme switching

A couple of months ago, task manager Todoist received one of its biggest updates with the "Foundations" release, which added project sections, better subtask management, dynamic task addition, and more. The app's devs aren't taking the remainder of 2019 off, though, and keep releasing beta updates with new features. The latest beta is interesting to us for two reasons: auto dark theme on Android and a new, experimental OCR scanning option.

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Notion's do-it-all productivity app arrives on Android

Popular productivity app Notion is finally available on Android. The service makes it easier to organize your life with everything from notes to to-do lists, and its support for all major platforms lets you access your data from almost anywhere. Its beautifully clean design is also a great selling point.

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Todoist lets you pin projects, labels, and filters to your favorites

I use the task manager Todoist every day to stay on top of my pending orders at the pharmacy and I have learned every trick in the book to make the most of it. There's one feature, however, that I never knew I needed this much until it begun rolling out to beta testers last week and started making its way to the stable app today: Favorites.

I have multiple projects and labels to manage, and often find myself on the web app either reaching for the pointer to manually switch between them or using keyboard shortcuts to get to them.

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The Microsoft Planner app is now available on Android [APK Download]

Last summer, Microsoft launched Planner as part of its Office 365 suite of productivity apps for businesses and schools. It could readily be described as a Trello style kanban board with the collaborative functionality of a tool like Basecamp rolled in as well. After the launch of the iOS app last week, Microsoft is now bringing Planner to Android.

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Hands-On With Pintasking: A Bubbly Approach To Task Switching And Management

One of Android's differentiating features has been the ability to multitask, especially by allowing apps to coexist on one screen or to show elements on top of each other. Although the concept of floating apps was prevalent for years on the platform, Facebook Messenger popularized the idea of less intrusive bubbles, which simply put round icons at the edges of your screen to allow quick access to your chats and contacts. Link Bubble further pushed the envelop on that approach, taking the bubbles and making them work for you in the background.

Pintasking is another step in the bubble's story on Android.

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Todoist Gets A "Pretty" Big Revamp With Material Design, Gestures, Intelligent Input, And Themes

Todoist has been holding my professional and personal life together over the past couple of years, and that is no understatement. In my Stuff We Use article, I mentioned how I use it to prepare my pharmacy's daily orders, but I've also grown to rely on it for my regular to-dos, while preparing for trips, or when inspiration hits me and I come up with a new article idea for Android Police for example.

The Android app however has been relatively stagnant — beside adding Android Wear support — so it's good to finally see it take a major leap forward. This update has been available in beta for a while, so I've been able to test it out for a couple of weeks (and influence a couple of features in it — yes!)

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Wunderlist Gets Updated With List Folders And A Dash Of Material Design

Task management isn't usually meant to be enjoyable, but that doesn't mean it can't be elegant. That's the thought behind Wunderlist's latest version that brings the app up to speed with Lollipop — well, slightly — with some added functionality to boot.

The app has received a major update on all of its supported platforms (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows, Chrome, Mac) to include list folder support. That should help you clean your sidebar, group similar lists together, and keep the ones that matter the most out in plain view.

The second change, and the most relevant for us here, is the redesign of the Android app. Obviously,

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Todoist Update Adds Android Wear Support With Voice Commands, Better Rich Notifications, And Task List Management

Although I'm not a to-do list kind of person, I have had to change my habits ever since I became a small business owner and had to manage multiple orders, payments, and responsibilities throughout the day. Todoist became my de-facto solution for various reasons that aren't the goal of this post, but the one aspect of the app that kept nagging me a bit was the lack of Android Wear integration.

Sure, I could use the mirrored rich notification to mark a task as completed, but that was the extent of the watch support. I couldn't add a new task, post a comment, or check my lists directly from my wrist.

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