Wunderlist

Wunderlist


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Notes moyennes

487 avis
  • 4.5 / 5
    Note globale
  • 4.5 / 5
    Facilité d'utilisation
  • 4.5 / 5
    Service client
  • 4.5 / 5
    Fonctionnalités
  • 4.5 / 5
    Rapport qualité-prix

Informations sur le produit

  • À partir de
    $5/mois
  • Prix
    Wunderlist Pro - $5/mo Wunderlist for Business - $5/mo/user
  • Version gratuite
    Oui
  • Version d'essai gratuite
    Oui
  • Déploiement
    Installation (Mac)
    Cloud, SaaS, web
    Installation (Windows)
    Mobile (iOS natif)
    Mobile (Android natif)
  • Formation
    Documentation
  • Ressources d'aide
    En ligne

Informations sur l'éditeur

  • Wunderlist
  • https://www.wunderlist.com/

À propos de ce logiciel

Wunderlist is a collaboration software that allows users to share to-do-lists among themselves, set reminders, and add notes


Wunderlist - Fonctionnalités

  • Brainstorming
  • Calendriers des groupes
  • Chat et messagerie
  • Conférences audio et vidéo
  • Correction synchrone
  • Forums de discussion
  • Gestion de contenu
  • Gestion de projets
  • Gestion de versions
  • Gestion des contacts
  • Gestion des documents
  • Gestion des tâches
  • Écriture coopérative

Avis les plus utiles sur Wunderlist

Have things to do? Wunderlist will keep you on track and get your to do list done!

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5/5
Note globale
5 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
5 / 5
Fonctionnalités
5 / 5
Support client
5 / 5
Rapport qualité-prix

Commentaires: Keeps me organized so I have more time to work and spend less time looking for information. Productivity has probably gone up 25% (according to my time tracking software).

Avantages: I am a one person freelance business that does web and graphic design. I use Wunderlist to organize my projects. It's basically a to-do list on steroids. I can add an item to a list. Under that one item, I can add notes, uploads/files, checklists, a deadline, reminders, and star it to bring it to the top of my list. I can also create as many main lists as I want and have as many items as I need under each. It keeps me organized because I can set up deadlines and see at a glance what's done and what is left. I also use the Chrome extension "Wunderlist in Gmail" and what that does is split my Gmail screen so that the Wunderlist app appears inside of Gmail and I can see both my lists and my email at the same time. This is a game changer because I can receive an email from a client, add the item to Wunderlist with a deadline, and file away the email after responding to the client. This keeps me on track with projects and my inbox uncluttered. If you make to-do lists, this app is for you. I used to write things down on sticky notes and then leave my notes at the office and need to reference them at home (such is the life of a freelancer, we're always working). This puts everything in one place that is accessible to me at any time. You can use it for anything from freelance projects to grocery lists to planning vacations (I've done this). You can also add collaborators and assign items to users so it's particularly good for team projects as well.

Inconvénients: There's no integration with anything else , like time tracking or invoicing software, that would make it a serious productivity app.

A robust & useful task list app

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5/5
Note globale
5 / 5
Facilité d'utilisation
5 / 5
Fonctionnalités
5 / 5
Support client
5 / 5
Rapport qualité-prix

Avantages: Having used this app for the past handful of years, I've learned how to utilize many of the features available such as sharing tasks with colleagues and team members, create groups and folders to categorize lists based on work, personal, shopping lists, moves, and a ton of other uses. I have been able to install and sync my lists across all 4 of my devices (2 computers, phone & tablet) so I am always up to date. Tasks can have due dates and reminder dates & times, as well as subtasks which is very helpful when you have a project that has several steps. As each step is completed, it can be marked off and once the full project or phase is done, the parent task can be marked complete. I use this for every type of task from personal items, shopping, bills, client/work projects, follow-ups (there's a notes section to keep track of notes in one place for that task), and even recently, all the tasks for my move including packing, mover information, utilities set up and even family events. Being able to create folders, these tasks are much easier to track and schedule. Things are always getting updated so there are new features which get launched over the course of time so it's much ore robust today than when I first started working with it.

Inconvénients: As awesome as the folders and groups/subtasks are, there can be times things may become a little disorganized. Or it feels that way. I sometimes have to number my individual tasks so I can make sure they're in the order I want since the options available joe for sorting is alphabetically or by due date. So numbering the j divisible tasks creates an alphabetized way to sort. A little bit of a pain short of sorting manually. But these are minor in comparison to the features you do get.