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In some apps, you can type "call Ben tomorrow at noon" and the date and time fields will be automatically populated with "tomorrow" and "noon". TickTick has recently implemented this feature, but it doesn't work flawlessly via the webapp or via a widget. The functionality does work good within the Android app, however. See More
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As tasks are added, Any.do attempts to guess what is going to be written and offers suggestions. It will search through contacts for names and information, allowing you to add people to tasks and offering suggestions for meeting spots that are convenient for everyone. See More
Any.do has only two levels of priority that can be assigned to tasks, namely Normal and High. There is no way to assign any sort of weights to tasks either. There is no feature to assign any sort of labels on them to be able to filter particular type of tasks. These features are very valuable to a power user. See More
I love the Private Mind Space feeling My experience using Google Kepp App Ease of creative idea development Save web clips, hyperlinks,+rightclic@highlighted-html+=Save to Keep (Chrome) This allows me to save web images, copywriting inspiration, research without local-store I can easily resume developing the creative ideas, months later Color code feature is neat for me personally, helps categorize and chunk intuitively Archive clears my workspace while retaining ideas in Google Could Share options helpful for client work and team design work Works with Google Gsuite Apps perfectly Access anywhere without the marketing upsell signup madness of competitors See More
When a mobile device isn't in use, Google Keep can be accessed as a Chrome app or as a website. Basically, no matter the device being used or the OS on it, there is always a way to access the app. There is also no limitation to how many devices this can be done with, freeing up the user to always have access. See More
The focus on a minimal interface makes everything fast to use on both web and mobile. This comes in handy for when a note needs to be jotted down quickly, as there is little to no load times or faffing about trying to get to a space where the note can finally be recorded. See More
Google Keep lets users take pictures of physical notes and makes the contents searchable within the app. This can be a convenient time saver for those that do not want to type out the necessary info, but rather take a quick snapshot of it. See More