Hands-down the best online task management app I have ever used. It’s free for teams of under 15 people and has a large set of useful features, including keyboard shortcuts for just about anything.
DevTodo is a small command line application for maintaining lists of tasks. It stores tasks hierarchically, with each task given one of five priority levels. Data is stored as JSON.
I currently use PlainTasks for my todo lists, but I have used DevTodo (version one) before. Looks like a good alternative if you prefer using the command line.
A simple todo list plugin for Sublime Text. Most excellent. (via One Thing Well)
Nitro is the best way to get things done. It’s simple, fast and powerful at the same time. Nitro also syncs with Dropbox or Ubuntu One. Due to the power of Nitro, you’ll never get a “conflicted copy”.
I’ve been looking for a Linux alternative to Things — looks like I’ve found it.
The site’s name stands for if this then that. Replace this with a action performed on a popular online service and that with a task to perform on another service, and ifttt makes it happen. For example: if i get a new email labelled “urgent” in Gmail then send me a text message.
I’m having one of those “why didn’t I think of that?” moments. A genius service.
A minimal and elegant online to-do application. It would be nice to be able to export one’s to-dos, though.
(via Minimal Mac)