When comparing DropTask vs Taskwarrior, the Slant community recommends Taskwarrior for most people. In the question“What is the best cross-platform to-do list app?” Taskwarrior is ranked 8th while DropTask is ranked 16th. The most important reason people chose Taskwarrior is:
Taskwarrior has many front-ends, services, extensions, hook scripts, and capsules available. Taskwarrior keeps a list of contributed tools on their [site](http://taskwarrior.org/tools/).
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Pro Visual task management
A unique visual style uses large circles to group tasks by project or user.
Pro Nice visuals
Simply put, it’s a pretty program.
Pro Easy to view tasks
View by urgency, importance, and effort or all three, as well as simple to view deadlines.
Taskwarrior has many front-ends, services, extensions, hook scripts, and capsules available. Taskwarrior keeps a list of contributed tools on their site.
Pro Command line interface
The command line interface puts powerful filtering expressions, context, annotations, tags, due dates, reocurrence, and user-defined-attributes totally in your hands. It’s fast and low friction.
Pro Sync across devices
When used in conjunction with the Taskserver, it can sync tasks (conflict-free) across your Taskwarrior devices. This includes integration with Mirakel.
Pro Tasks stored in plain text files locally
Future-proof and easily integrated with version control system. You never lose access to your data.
Pro Supported internationally
It has UTF8 support and is translated into many languages.
Pro Self-hosted Taskserver
You can be in full control of your data.
Pro Lightweight and fast
Taskwarrior is written in the speedy C++ language.
Taskworrior allows you to define custom attributes and reports to your needs.
Con Command line interface
A command line interface is a arguably overly verbose, consequently tedious, way to interact with a To Do list.