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29.03.2023 at 09:38 am
Cuttings

In the past year I've been gradually moving away from Todoist.

Mind you, this is no small thing, as I'm not an amateur or hobbyist. For context:

I Can't Do Todoist Anymore

So it can't be more strongly said how my decision to move away from Todoist has come only after deep reflection and consideration.

I can no longer continue with Todoist, because it has too many changes/flaws I disagree with. I'm not even referring to nice wants (like Kanban view) - I speak of fundamental features, and Todoist's abysmal performance in that regard as a piece of software one relies upon, e.g:

Owing to my teams, I'm still stuck with Todoist in some regard. But I've minimized its use, and have dropped it from most of my personal/professional workflow, and I'm happy to report that I've figured out Part 2 - a simple and elegant way to enable a syncing-like mechanism for task and project management, using just Taskwarrior, Dropbox and SSH+rsync.


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