Wunderlist Aggregated Reviews

Wunderlist 01

August 11, 2019

I’ve integrated google home with IFTTT to add items to Wunderlist (a great app that works both on android/ios/mac). So I just say “hey google, add milk to wunderlist” and it adds to my specific “shopping list” list in Wunderlist. The same list is shared with my wife so that we both have the same list.
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Wunderlist 02

August 11, 2019

I use Wunderlist for actual tasks/lists and to collaborate with others (mainly my wife).
Google Tasks is just too bare bones (same for the ones in Keep). I just wish they’d add location based reminders to Wunderlist. However, i know they’re in the process of trying to roll all the features into their new ToDo app, but it’s got a LONG way to go.
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Wunderlist 03

August 11, 2019

I wouldn’t use Wunderlist since it’s being phased out in favor of Microsoft To-Do. Right now I’m using To-Do and it’s great. It’s a bit simple compared to something like Todoist, but it’s a lot more powerful than Google Tasks.
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Wunderlist 04

August 11, 2019

I’ve been migrating to Wunderlist, and so far so good. Desktop app and Android app (iOS too).
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Wunderlist 05

August 11, 2019

Wunderlist is still a great tool, although its future seems to be sealed since it has become part of microsoft.. but like Todoist it offers an API – which most tools don’t
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Wunderlist 06

August 11, 2019

I had syncing issues between devices with Wunderlist, but that was a few years ago; it is probably better now, but I haven’t tried it since. Again, similar to Todoist, it isn’t set up for GTD from the get go but can be adapted.
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Wunderlist 07

August 11, 2019

I hate being the bearer of bad news, but you do know that wunderlist was bought by Microsoft, which is developing its own to do app and has no apparent interest in keeping support for wunderlist in the future?
I mean, there is nothing announced, but many of us decided to migrate from it asap. I would advice to do so.
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Reddit Anonymous User

Wunderlist 08

August 11, 2019

I like Wunderlist a lot, but I don’t think it will be around much longer. Microsoft bought it and is pushing everyone to their new ToDo site and app.
I’m getting used to Microsoft’s ToDo and it is OK.
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Wunderlist 09

August 11, 2019

What you call “underpowered”, I call simplicity. Wunderlist is the only app that I actually found helpful. It’s does few things and it’s done quickly.
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Wunderlist 10

August 11, 2019

Wunderlist is underpowered and built like a toy.
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Wunderlist 11

August 11, 2019

I’ve been looking for an alternative to Wunderlist too. So far it’s a combination of Trello and Taskade.
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Reddit Anonymous User

Wunderlist 12

August 11, 2019

I use Todoist now. You can also try WeDo that works similar to Wunderlist.
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Reddit Anonymous User

Wunderlist 13

August 11, 2019

I did not manage to find a single source which confirms that wunderlist gets shut down anytime soon.
is there a true reason to panic? my entire life is organized in Wunderlist.
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Wunderlist 14

August 11, 2019

Buddy, you need to check ticktick. I shifted from wunderlist to ticktick last year… it has all that WL had and much more …
You can also import your WL lists to ticktick.
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Reddit Anonymous User

Wunderlist 15

August 11, 2019

I downloaded it but I don’t think it will work for what I need. Wunderlist was perfect. I mean … I didn’t delve to deep into todo yet…but fuck I hate that they’re shutting Wunderlist down
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