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I changed to Momentum from Todoist about one and half years ago, and I am very happy with my decision. The most important difference between the two apps for me is that Momentum feels much less cluttered than Todoist. In Todoist I found the various complicated structures one easily ends up creating to distract away from the actual tasks and take too much effort to manage. Momentum in turn offers a setup where it is much easier it keep your things in good order without spending too much time on managing them. Momentum doesn't have a place to put tasks for a particular day, which I found very useful because in other apps I often ended up piling tasks for a particular day and mostly ignoring the rest. Not having a place for them encourages one to think about what are really time specific tasks (one can then put them to one's calendar), reducing stress that easily comes with having a lot of time specific tasks, and leaving more time for the non time specific ones. See More
Sara Kauppila's Experience
I've used Momentum for about a year now. Before that, I used a range of other productivity and ToDo tools. I never managed to stick with one for long as there was always some integral aspect missing. There are two main features which I love about it: I can access it from any device. It always looks and works the same. There are no structural limitations. Therefore, I can use it to structure any professional and private project. It's true that the interface needs a little getting used to - but once you understand the underlying concept of the "iceberg", it becomes quite intuitive. See More
Matt Esslinger's Experience
Nozbe is great, but one shortcoming relates to "task dependencies" in projects. You should be able to sequence your tasks so that, when you complete a task, the next one that needs to be done becomes the "priority" task for that project. This is a vital feature that will make the program dramatically more useful. The company claims to be working on this improvement. See More
Nozbe is based on Getting Things Done (GTD), a productivity philosophy created by David Allen. However, you don't need to know the methodology to use the tool. You can just add projects, tasks, and attachments, and gradually learn to use the other features to organize your time even better. See More
One of the best project management software I used! Free with agile features! See More
James Schlesigner's Experience