More Useful and Usable Web Apps: Todoist

November 6, 2007 Comments Off on More Useful and Usable Web Apps: Todoist

Yesterday’s blog post got me thinking about “feature creep” and how often I started using a web app only to have to abandon it a few months (or weeks) later because new features rendered it unusable on an older operating system. One piece of software that has (so far) managed to avoid this pitfall is Todoist. An elegant and simple task manager that’s no more complicated than it needs to be. I have been using it for nearly a year now and its still usable and useful on both my old and my new computer.

Some further references on feature creep:

Why Does Software Spoil?

Feature Presentation

Feature creep on Moleskine City Notebooks?

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