Organize your life with Wunderlist
The “best to-do list app” has gotten even better over time. See why Microsoft has welcomed Wunderlist to the Microsoft family of products.
Life is too busy to suffer from disorganization. And if you’re anything like me, you need some extra help to keep yourself on task.
That’s where the free service, Wunderlist, comes into the picture. We wrote about the debut of Wunderlist on Windows Phone in 2012, commending its simplicity in organizing your to-do list to boost your personal and professional productivity.
Since then, Wunderlist has received a Windows 8.1 makeover that includes a cleaner, more streamlined user interface and the ability to pin individual lists to the Start menu. The latter feature is exclusive to Windows Phone, allowing you to keep abreast of your next chore with a glance.
With Wunderlist, you can create any type of list that you can think of–such as grocery lists, work projects, vacation itineraries–and share it with friends, family, or colleagues. Set due dates and reminders so that you won’t miss a deadline.
To date, Wunderlist boasts more than 13 million users over multiple platforms. One of the benefits of the Wunderlist service is that you can access the same lists on your PC, tablet, and Lumia phone.
The Wunderlist website even offers public lists created by other users that you can add to your own account, such as the “Essential Packing List for Backpackers” and the “Best Restaurants in San Francisco.”
As one reader review in the Windows Phone app store puts it:
“The best to-do list and task app on Windows Phone! I love the UI.”
These are just some of the reasons that tech website The Verge named Wunderlist as “the best to-do list app” in 2014.
And equally we’re thrilled to announce that Wunderlist is now part of the Microsoft family of products. You can read more about the acquisition of 6Wunderkinder, the creator of Wunderlist, here.
Have you used Wunderlist? How do you use it to help organize your life and be more productive? Tell us about it in the comments below.