Was ist Things?
Aufgabenmanagementtool, das strukturierte Inhalte, Checklisten, Kalenderintegration und mehr über mehrere Ausrichtungen bietet.
Wer verwendet Things?
Persönliche Aufgabenmanagementlösung für alle iOS-Nutzer, die mit Erinnerungen, Listenbearbeitung in der Desktop-Ansicht, automatischer Datumseingabe, Schnellsuche, Posteingang und mehr unterstützt.
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Mit Things kann man von überall Aufgaben und To-Do's so einfach eintragen. Da es sehr einfach ist, fehlen die wichtigen Funktionen aber nicht. Alles was man braucht, hat man.
Es wäre praktisch, wenn man gleich den ganzen Pack an Apps für iPhone iPad und Mac kaufen könnte.
Best app to get things done.
Things is my daily companion. I open the app first thing in the morning and close it as the last one at night. It‘s super intuitive to add and view task for both short- and long-term projects.
Only a minor downside: widgets currently don‘t update automatically without opening the app. However, the interaction with the widget got way better with the last version so I‘m sure it‘s just a matter of time until background refreshs work properly
The best to-do list for Apple devices
Kommentare: It has been great! Great integration with Apple ecosystem and as a to-do list, it performs very well and you have plenty of functionality to make it detailed enough or simple enough based on how you deal with to-do list.
The integration with all Apple devices (Mac/iPhone/iPad/Apple Watch) The design (Apple like design) It's great software for GTD approach One-time purchase Shortcuts
You need to buy the product for each platform (one-time purchase for Mac, one for iPhone, one for iPad) which makes it a bit expensive in the first place but if you plan to keep it long term, it's worth the investment rather than a subscription for a product. Time blocking not available: there is a workaround though, you can drag your tasks on your Apple Calendar app but it's less effective than a proper time blocking functionality It misses also a kind of assistant to help you out daily with planning and review to better stick with GTD. If you are not disciplined enough on reviews, it can be quickly out of control. Daily/monthly stats on how you perform could be quite nice (like Todoist)
Disappointed - didn't live up to the hype
Kommentare: It was a good starter point for task management in the world of knowledge work, but I eventually had to progress to a more robust system as my workflow and organizational systems matured. But I 'cut my teeth' in Things and appreciated the syncing between all my devices.
It's very simple and user-friendly. It would take no time for someone new to the software to get up and running with it. As a basic task manager, it is perfectly adequate. If you want to build your own system from the ground up, this is a good choice.
It just wasn't feature-rich enough to justify a price point that was comparable to other task management software choices that DO include richer features. For instance, why no cascading tasks/dependencies? I'm a GTD person, and Things just didn't have all the layers needed to execute GTD digitally. I eventually found a competitor that was clearly designed to work for GTD workflows and abandoned Things. Unfortunately, I had already sunk the costs of paying for the desktop, iPad, AND iPhone apps for Things because everyone else I worked with was using it and seemed to love it. I know many who still do, but I just like to build a task system with much more specificity and robustness.
Great task management BUT
Love the ease of use and the cross-device syncing. It's pretty customizable with some issues.
No Windows support, no time reminders, just dates unless you set up recurring. No location dependence either.