Daily Todo is a simple tool that allows users to track their daily tasks. Users can simply access the site, click on the green "Create Your Daily Todo List" button and start entering their tasks. Once they enter their tasks (one on each line) they can hit return and a "Todo" list will be generated. Users can then click on the check mark when they've completed the task and they could also go back in time and click on the check mark if they accomplished the task in the days prior. Users can continue to build their "Todo" list, check items off or edit items. They won't need to login to the site, but rather simply save it as bookmark and then access it daily. So whether users need help adhering to an exercise routine, taking time to play with their children daily, or reading a new Wikipedia article, they can track each of these daily tasks with this tool.Show more screenshots »
Daily Todo is an extremely simple and straight forward application. There is little to no information about it or its origins online, but many sites have saved it as one of many ways to track tasks online. There seem to be hundreds of sites that do this similar task among other things.
As mentioned, users could access many other sites or application to accomplish a similar function. For example, there is: WikiCards, WorkFlowy and ToDoNEApp to name a few. However, the benefit to Daily ToDo is that it is registration and login-free. The downside in its simplicity is that it only tracks for the last week and if a user deletes their cookies, then their list is gone. There is no way to collaborate with other through this app and there are additional productivity features offered on other applications that are absent from Daily ToDo.
Daily ToDo is extremely easy to use and lists can be generated quickly. It does a single function very well and that is the ability to make a list and check off items as they are completed. If users are looking for other features to keep them on task or organized, then they should look elsewhere.
No registration or sign up is required to begin using Daily Todo. Users can simply go to the website for Daily Todo and they can start making their To Do List right away. This no registration is seemingly a benefit. However, not having a registered username to access the application is is also a downside to Daily Todo. This is because users can't save their lists and access it from other computers, or on the same computer if they clear their cookies. If the site were to add a save or registered user feature then the application may become more useful.
Daily ToDo is 100% free to use and there is no indication anywhere that it will be a paid service ever. The site is ad-free and apparently non-profit. This is good, since the application is so very simple it would be ridiculous if they tried to charge users for it.
Daily ToDo is good for anyone who is working on a computer daily and wants to access a simple checklist. However, there are other organization and productivity tool out there that do more and are more useful than Daily ToDo.