Egretlist is a beautiful and powerful to-do app that syncs to-do items, notebooks, tags and saved searches with Evernote. Egretlist is designed for people who would rather not type or re-organize their to-do lists over and over again.Keep the things…..
Rated 4/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Ryan Armitage write:
I have used many different To Do apps, but I keep coming back to this one. I am an Evernote fanatic, and I love the way my To Dos stay synced. This app syncs well with the calendar app.
There is s learning curve. My advice: start simply and watch the videos at the site.
My only wish: make a native app. I would lobe to see a great-looking iPad app just like the iPhone's.
Jordi Kleiner write:
+ Nice Evernote integration, cute interface, good integration with iCal (OS4)
- need iPad update
-can't turn an Evernote note into a todo without the desktop version (so cannot do on iPhone or iPad)
-no option to attach phone or email contact info (which is more useful than a photo to me)
If Egretlist is updated as aggressively as Evernote, its bound to become my regular ToDo app. Let's see what they do...
Excellent app for my GTD system
David McDanal write:
I have been a big fan of Evernote since it started but never considered it for my lists or tasks. I have been using GTD for my task management for the last couple of years. I picked up this app just to see the potential of it but was skeptical that I could effectivly manage my GTD system. I was wrong, the app is extremely flexible and well thought out. There is a slight learning curve, but I sent to emails to support and got quick, very detailed answers on how to manage my projects with contexts. They are creating a user manual that should answer most people's questions. For the folks who gave it such a low rating, I wonder if user manual would change those. Besides being able to easily attach links, docs, and pics to task, I like to be able to seperate my checklists and bring certian lists (like groceries) to the top of the app by putting a star on them.
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