Wunderlist is a project management solution designed for companies of all sizes. It offers task management, project collaboration and project scheduling modules within a single solution.
Available for deployment both on-premise and in the cloud, Wunderlist helps users schedule, manage and track all their projects activities from a single platform.
Wunderlist's task management functionality allows users to create tasks, assign tasks to the right people and track the progress of each task.
Wunderlist also features document management, which allows users to easily upload and share documents with the people working on the project.
With the help of a mobile application that works with tablets and smartphone devices, project managers can view progress on their ongoing projects and can make decisions regarding their resource management practices on the go.
Angelo D. Branche: Computer-Software Mitarbeiteranzahl: 5.001-10.000 Mitarbeiter
Great experience overall I can track my daily/weekly/monthly tasks and it is synced across all my devices no matter the platform. I liked being able to setup notifications and reminders and able to check off as I did them or keep keep them going of not completed.
The software unlike others was easy to use and didn't have a bunch of stuff I didnt need and also I could have my students use it and they weren't confused asking me questions and they were up and running quickly and managing tasks.
I would say add more features or Integrations with other sites but that's also why it's good because it's simple and it just works!
Eric C. Branche: Marketing & Werbung Mitarbeiteranzahl: 2-10 Mitarbeiter
I will sorely miss Wunderlist as it approaches its last days in 2020. I will struggle to find another List app that keeps it as simple (yet functional!) as Wunderlist.
I loved how it kept my to-do lists and grocery lists easy to organize and add to. It was stellar for keeping simple things simple. Sharing my lists with family and friends was a real breeze. My whole family uses Wunderlist and we can't complain at all, it's really that predictable, reliable, useful, and great!
It may be too simple for some people. I find that it is best used as a grocery list and checklist app as opposed to a to-do list app (which many may find Trello to be a better alternative in that regard). The biggest Con for me is that I've used Wunderlist for years now and they are shutting down. So I can only recommend it until they discontinue the service.
Verifizierter Rezensent Branche: Marketing & Werbung Mitarbeiteranzahl: 51-200 Mitarbeiter
Overall it was great product. It really sucks that Microsoft killed this app. It was the first to-do app that I actually used actively.
This was my most favorite and the best to do list software I’ve ever had. Compared to other products, Wunderlist really worked well with both professional and personal task management, though more towards personal to-do list.
It was really easy to use without much training, I was able to sub-tasks in the main task (some apps charge money for this feature), create separate categories by projects (I divided them into personal and professional), and lastly I was able to customize background. The last one can be a subtle one for many, but I personally found this feature to be a nice mood booster in a day-to-day grind.
As I said above, this can be a little challenging app for extremely busy professionals. I wouldn’t recommend this product to any senior executives. Also, the product seems to be developed by European because the way it organized dates was that of European and this was always little confusing .
Paweł C. Branche: Bildungsmanagement Mitarbeiteranzahl: Selbstständig
Although it's quite an elegant solution overall (Microsoft has partnered with Wunderlist, so they must have seen something in it), it has a bit too many quirks and design flaws for my taste. All the basic functionality is there, the synchronization works seamlessly, and the app is visually appealing, but I wouldn't describe the whole experience with the interface as very smooth or extremely intuitive.
It's clean and simple, syncs quite well across devices (web interface and apps available, with widgets and even a browser add-on), and has some basic GTD functionality (though far from a complete solution).
Editing tasks is a bit of a nuisance because you have to double click on a task to access its data. Even editing a task name is a bit of a faff. Also, dragging tasks is not hassle-free, e.g. you have to grab the left edge of the task strip (which is not indicated visually except by a "hand" once you're actually hovering on the edge), but when you are in the Today list, although the hand appears as well, the tasks are not draggable for some reason (I struggled quite a lot with this, thinking this was a bug, but apparently it's by design - albeit very poor design, in my view).
What I also find very annoying is that when I type in a link in a task description, it is converted to an actual link that works only until you click it, after which (once the target url is opened) it becomes just text and you have to click in some blank area to make it clickable again.
It's all a bit inconsistent: you can drag tasks to other lists, but you can't drag a list to another folder; you have to right-click and "move to".
All in all, it doesn't make for a very smooth experience.
Mark B. Branche: Versorgungsunternehmen Mitarbeiteranzahl: 10.000+ Mitarbeiter
I use Wunderlist to manage work assignments for several different interns that report to me. It is very easy and convenient to make worklists, assignments, due dates, and keep track of the status of each.
The ability to share lists with others and maintain these same lists across different platforms, such as phones, PCs, tablets, etc.
A few times, when inviting others to share a list, they never got the invitation. These are sent out by email (only). It would have been nice to know what went wrong.