When comparing Taiga vs Moo.do, the Slant community recommends Moo.do for most people. In the question“What are the best cross-platform task apps?” Moo.do is ranked 17th while Taiga is ranked 30th.
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Pro Supports both Kanban and Scrum modes
User stories can be organized in both Kanban and Scrum task management systems.
Pro Free and open source
Taiga is licensed under GPL with source code available on GitHub.
Pro Simple to use
Pro Comprehensive Agile software development toolset
Taiga tries offering a complete Agile software development toolset. It includes complete solutions for issue tracking, videoconferencing, documentation (in the form of a wiki) and either a backlog or a Kanban board for managing user stories.
Pro Built-in issue tracking
Taiga has built-in issue tracking tools. The issues can be organized by user-defined type, severity, priority, creation date, assignee, creator, tags as well as filtered by subject. Taiga can also integrate with GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket.
Pro Built-in wiki
Each project has a wiki. It has Markdown support as well as a WYSIWYG editor.
Pro Built-in video conferencing tools
Integrates with either AppearIn or Talky to provide a video conferencing solution.
Pro Migration from RedMine
Pro Export/Import feature
You can extract all your data from one Taiga instance and move it to another one. You can read more here.
Pro Offline editor
Pro Very easy to get started with
Despite having many different features, Moo.do is extremely intuitive to use right from the start.
Pro Indefinitely nested lists of items
There is no limit to how many nested lists you can create. This gives you a lot of freedom structuring your ideas.
Pro Actively being developed
Pro Lets you view multiple panes
The multi-pane feature allows you to view lots of information on the same screen so there is no need to frequently switch between pages.
Pro Very fast to use
Very fast application which is useful when you want to brainstorm. No lags at all.
Pro Agenda panel lets you see all your tasks
You can use tags like @next, @today, @tomorrow, and you will see all your tasks in agenda panel.
Pro Multiple priority levels
You can quickly tag any of your content with one of the priority levels to help you stay organized and address the most important tasks first.
Pro Three different themes to choose from
You have three options (classic, outliner, and dark) for themes. The differences are specific to how your content is formatted (for example: how bullets are displayed, if at all). You can also toggle the "grayscale" option if you don't want your tags to be in color.
Pro Well designed interface
The design of the interface was well thought out. Despite the abundance of features, the interface is intuitive to navigate. It has a very clean, minimal design.
Pro Easily filter data using tags
You can #tag words anywhere throughout your notes in order to easily find them and keep similar notes organized.
Pro Turn your email into a todo list
Moo.do has an application for gmail that lets you fully organize your emails and turn them into a todo list. E-mails can be organized into different folders including what needs a reply, the priority levels, what is completed etc.
Pro Ability to zoom in/focus on a branch
Pro No limit on list items in the free version
Con No Kanban metrics
Taiga is said to support Kanban but it does not generate any of the usual Kanban metrics (cycle time, lead time) or graph (Cumulated Flow Diagram).
Con Can be overwhelming at first
Taiga presents users with a lot of information and functionality right from the beginning with little guidance. Figuring how stuff works might take a bit.
Con Too much functionality for small projects
While it's possible to disable any unwanted features (modules), the amount of functionality that's present might be more than a small, short-term project needs.
Con Undo / redo
Undo / redo can be buggy.
Con No API
Con Inability to add images to the outline
Con No wiki-style cross references
Con Interface can feel distracting
Moo.do offers a variety of features that can make for a distracted experience. Rather than being encouraged to focus on the task at hand, you may find yourself tempted to flip through other panes.