When comparing Doit.im vs Joplin, the Slant community recommends Joplin for most people. In the question“What are the best cross-platform to do list apps?” Joplin is ranked 21st while Doit.im is ranked 45th.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Clean, simple layout
The apps borrows some design elements from Material Design-type design, which uses a slide-out menu. Everything is laid out in an easy-to-find manner.
Pro Daily review which allows for did-take VS should-take time comparison
A built-in daily and weekly review function that lets you compare the estimated time for tasks against the actual time they took, as well as productivity for the day/week.
Pro Low cost
Subscription value is generally lower than other platforms.
Pro Quick add from notifications
Pro Free apps for Android, iOS, Web.
Pro Offline access
Pro Supports markdown
Supports Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.
Pro Open source
Peace of mind that there is no malicious piece of software in the app.
Pro Supports tags for notes
Pro Web Clipper
Browser extension saves full pages, clean content, or screen selections to new notes.
Pro Supports file attachments
Pro Nextcloud support
Pro Dropbox support
Can sync using Dropbox.
Pro Active user forum with support from app creators
Support, troubleshooting, and new feature requests are easy to make at the user forum and you can contact the app creator directly.
Pro Optional CLI interface
Provides a CLI interface for terminal lovers.
Pro Supports multiple languages
English, French, and Spanish, Italian, German, Czech and many others.
Pro Timed alarm reminder for to-do lists
Con Support non existing
Con iOS version no longer being updated
iPad upgrades stopped at iOS version 11, so if you want to keep Doit.im it is not possible to upgrade to iOS12. As there is no export facility, you are stuck.
Con Rarely updated
Con Offline sometimes
Con Nonexport and support desk say they will never include it (your data is theirs now)
Con Subscription based
While not expensive, it does cost money to get it for Mac or Windows (although you can view it in the browser for free). The subscription also adds automatic cloud sync, sync with Google calendar, adding tasks via email, manual sort, attaching Evernote into tasks, and more.
The subscription costs $2/month, or $20/year which is very reasonable
Con Sometimes it doesn't see your active subscription
Con Rip off
Con Not very customizable
There is no way for you to create your own "perspective".
Con Sync issue under Linux
The Linux client has a bug that requires the user to click the mouse frequently in order for sync to proceed. This bug has been open for a while.