When comparing Toodledo vs Nirvanahq, the Slant community recommends Nirvanahq for most people. In the question“What are the best GTD apps?” Nirvanahq is ranked 3rd while Toodledo is ranked 8th.
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Integrated sharing, note taking, habit tracking, and outlining make this a more powerful tool than a simple list of to-dos.
Pro Decent filtering and sorting
Pro Priority organizing
Pro Can create to-do items via email
It's possible to create a to-do item by sending or forwarding an email.
Pro Can tag items
Pro Great GTD implementation
The GTD principles are very perfectly supported by Toodledo.
Pro Space to add lengthy text
Notes area that can then be hidden
Pro Sends a daily email reminder
Toodledo reminds you via email of the tasks on your plate for the day.
Pro Apple Watch support
Integrated support for Apple Watch lets you check on your to-dos on the run.
Pro Solid project management
Pro Allows setting how much effort a task will take
You can set how long a task will take and how much effort will it ask of you on a scale of 1 to 3.
Pro Beautiful interface
Clean, intuitive user interaction. The design is very thoughtful. Somehow it makes Things feel clunky, despite obvious similarities of all GTD platforms.
Pro Use start dates
A vital functionality in a GTD app.
Pro Allows adding items via email
Pro Can email focus list
The app can send you the most important items for the day in an email.
Pro Allows to add postponed tasks
You can postpone a task. It helps not to clutter task lists up until you really need them.
Pro Beautiful interface
Clean, intuitive interface — both desktop and mobile. Lots of intelligent design thinking behind this. Somehow makes other GTD apps like Things feel clunky, despite similarities.
Pro Native support for Areas of Responsibility
Con Android app has annoying notifications
Whenever the app fails a background sync action for any reason (server issues, lack of internet connection, etc.), a notification appears.
Con Good as a starting point
Toodledo is a good starting point, but is essentially the same as an Excel spreadsheet where you have to build your workflow via the saved searches.
Con No native desktop applications yet
Currently the only way to access the app on a desktop machine is via a webapp.
Con Does not integrate with other apps or services
Con No way to work with teams
This is a one-person solution, there is absolutely no ability to share projects with others.
Con No way to add sub-projects
Con No bulk (copy/paste) feature
Con Limited features in the free version
Free version limited to 5 projects, 3 reference lists and 2 areas.
Con No attachments
Can't add any attachments to the tasks - no photos, no pdfs.
Con No way to color-code projects
Con No recur upon completion option
If you have a daily recurring task, it will recur every day regardless if it's been completed the prior day.