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Mike Schmitz did a fantastic job of teaching us the Getting Things Done philosophy in his three part series. In those tutorials, he concentrated on using OmniFocus as the task manager. Whilst OmniFocus is a great task manager, it's extremely powerful and may be overkill for some people.

If you'd still like to try out some GTD principals, why not use an alternative task manager to OmniFocus called Wunderlist. Wunderlist is cross platform with free apps for iOS, Mac, (and Windows, Android, Windows Phone, Amazon Kindle Fire and even Chromebooks!)

In this tutorial, Allison Sheridan will teach how to to use this fantastic tool, keep your action items synced across all of your Mac and iOS devices, how to share to-do lists, and even assign action items to other people.

The full tutorial covers -

  • Intro
  • First Run on Web App
  • Mac App Store Version
  • Layout
  • Adding Due Dates and More
  • Repeating Events
  • Adding Subtasks
  • Creating Folders
  • Sorting
  • Syncing Demonstrated
  • Emailing & Printing
  • Web & Mac Apps Compared
  • Sharing Lists
  • Interface Differences Web vs. Mac App
  • Assigning Tasks
  • Leaving Lists
  • Preferences
  • Mailing To-Dos to Wunderlist
  • Share to Wunderlist
  • Wunderlist on iPhone
  • Wunderlist on iPad

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Wunderlist Mac App Store

Wunderlist for iOS App Store

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Video Tutorial Comments

(5 comments posted)

Gray Hodge

nice tutorial, it reminded me of how good Wunderlist is. Sadly, not all apps play nicely with Wunderlist. A previous SCO got me using BusyCal, which I really like, it has integrated ToDo's - but according to their tech guy "Wunderlist does not support access to their To Dos via CalDAV, or provide a feed where they show as To Dos"

not sure what that means, except, it's one or the other, but Wunderlist is a very capable task manager, even with projects.

Michael Hyde

The tutorial gave the following link https://wunderlist.com/account/mailtowunderlist.com and it did not work. Just wondering am I doing something wrong or is this a bad link.


Hi Michael, try following these instructions https://www.wunderlist.com/blog/mail-to-wunderlist/

Mark Baldry

A really helpful tutorial conducted at the right speed with the right level of detail. Thank you Allison.

Jean Marc Corbeil

Wonder, since MS now owns it, if it is not going to end up like beloved sunrise calendar and just go down the drain once integrated with outlook or other ms app ??

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