When comparing Tasks vs Kantree, the Slant community recommends Kantree for most people. In the question“What is the best task management tool for managing many projects as an individual?” Kantree is ranked 9th while Tasks is ranked 11th. The most important reason people chose Kantree is:
Kanban board to drag and drop cards across columns. Select which group type to show as columns: status, milestones, labels, teams, etc (you can create your own dimensions) Set rules to your group (such like auto-assign card to user when dropping a card)
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Pro Very configurable
Many configuration options.
Pro Can create events on Calendar
Tasks can create events on your calendar if you set a due date and time. It also syncs the state (completed).
Pro Syncs to Google Tasks
Pro Easy to add complex tasks
The setup page of a task takes only a single page, which makes it fast and easy add one. But there are still a lot of options available, like:
- date and time
- priority (four different colors)
- reminder (by time or location, different ringing schemes)
- hide until
- add to calendar
Pro Full featured widgets
Widgets can be truly customized. You can set a filter by automatic list (today, recent, uncategorized) or tag or list. There is a light, a black and a dark theme, plus a color setting. The opacity can be set, as well as the font size. Then you can decide to show the header, the settings, the due date, or the checkboxes.
Pro Import from Astrid
Tasks allows you to import your data from Astrid.
Pro Dynamic kanban view
Kanban board to drag and drop cards across columns.
Select which group type to show as columns: status, milestones, labels, teams, etc (you can create your own dimensions)
Set rules to your group (such like auto-assign card to user when dropping a card)
Pro Infinite hierarchy
Cards can have checklists. Items in the checklist are actual cards, which can be organized in their own board.
Projects is like a tree of card, with unlimited sub-level boards. Perfect to manage complex project with hierarchy. You can choose different settings and user permissions at every level.
Pro Custom card groups
Group your card in unlimited dimensions.
You can use the built-in groups (lists, labels, milestones), adapt them or create your own.
This allows you to manage a projects in other dimensions (by versions, teams, offices, categories, releases, etc).
Visualize your project in kanban and table view, by the group types of your choice.
Drag and drop cards quickly between groups.
Track progress by group types (ideal for managing iterations).
Pro Self-hosted option
Kantree can be installed on your server #privacy
Pro Card models
Use or create card model to best represent your work, for each of your project.
Dozens of types of attributes available, including text, yes/no values, map, file attachments, due date, etc
Perfect to manage projects of different kinds, with multiple card types - like ideas, sales contact, customer feedback, bug report, feature request, bill/order.
Pro Notification (email and in-app)
Pro Slack integration
Pro Github integration
Pro Charts and analytics
Pro Work in progress limits
Set soft limit to group, so that your teams don't get overloaded and lose focus
Adaptative design that is optimize for touch-based interface and adapt the UI to small screen (mobile and tablet)
Pro Table view
Manage your cards in table, by groups.
All the cards are displayed as rows, with their attributes in columns.
Group cards by any group type: milestones, status, team, label, epic, release...
Drag and drop cards across groups.
Pick the attributes to include in the table
Pro Card links
Create linked card to mirror a card in another projects / organization.
Create links with the attributes of the target card, or with its own attributes (to manage a card in multiple boards)
Create custom card relationship: blocked by, same as, etc.
Kantree also support infinite card hierarchy
Pro File attachment
Drag and drop multiple files to your cards at once.
Preview files in a gallery, by card or for the entire project
Con No syncing
Unlike most to-do apps, Tasks features no form of synchronization with other devices.