When comparing Sandglaz vs Dynalist, the Slant community recommends Dynalist for most people. In the question“What are the best cross-platform to do list apps?” Dynalist is ranked 32nd while Sandglaz is ranked 45th.
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Pro Simple interface, great for milestone sprints
The interface is built around the concept of "infinity grids" where tasks are placed into time-based milestone periods. Any non-completed tasks from the current milestone automatically move to the next milestone. As such Sandglaz is best suited for teams that plan projects and tasks in milestone sprints.
The interface consists of columns of tasks organized in either days or weeks with a slide-out panel for accessing settings, search, notifications and navigating projects. Expanding a task gives access to adding subtasks, notes, attachments, comments, setting due dates, etc. Overall the interface is very utilitarian in execution with only the bare minimum of functionality taking up the space at any given time.
Tasks are assigned with @username. Each project can be shared with its own team of collaborators. And hashtags are used for categories.
Pro Automatic task management
Uncompleted tasks move to the next day automatically.
Pro Very easy to collaborate with team members
You can assign tasks with @username and communicate about your collaborative to-dos right within the context of the tasks. You can also share each project with its own team of collaborators.
Pro Advanced recurring tasks functionality
Sandglaz allows users to create really smart recurring tasks – everything from “weekly” to “on the fourth Saturday of the month.”
Pro Ability to create documents and organize by folder, and search by title
Pro Unlimited notes
Which is perfect for personal knowledgebase.
Pro Search and link to other notes
Pro Bullet hierarchy with zoom
Able to zoom in in bullet points, collapse bullets, move bulleted information, etc.
Pro Create custom user styles
Anyone can create a custom style and share them with the community, which can be found here.
Pro Inline images
Pro Printable shared lists
Con No native apps
It can only be accessed using the web client – there are no native apps for desktop or mobile.