You can be more productive right now. Learn how by taking full advantage of the popular task management tool Todoist. Millions of people around the world rely on Todoist every day to help them get stuff done.
We'll start this course by getting an overview of Todoist's interface. We'll get familiar with some of the terminology and features you'll come across when using Todoist. Some of the features we'll cover include:
After we're familiar with some of the core fundamental concepts, we'll start learning some more advanced features. We'll learn how to add attachments from our computer, Dropbox or Google Drive. We'll learn how to share projects, assign tasks to others and how we can save time by using project templates.
If you're like me, you probably get a lot of emails. So we'll learn how we can email tasks to Todoist and even how we can set up Gmail filters to automatically send things to Todoist. We'll also learn how we can use popular tools such as IFTTT and Zapier to automate creating tasks in Todoist.
We'll wrap up this course by learning some general tips and tricks and how we can both back up our data and be more secure with Todoist.
By the end of this course, you'll be armed with the tools you need to be a more productive and effective person using Todoist's powerful features.
After completing this lecture, you'll have a good understanding of where things are located in Todoist's interface and how to navigate it.
Let's learn about creating, editing and archiving projects.
With this video, we'll learn about organizing tasks in Todoist with labels.
Can't find the task you want? Searching is a powerful feature of Todoist to help us find what we need.
Once you've found searches that help you be more productive, saving them for later use is done through filters.
Todoist's form of gamification is done through Karma. Let's learn more about this fun feature!
What's the point of adding tasks if we can't remember to do them? Adding reminders is key to getting your tasks done when or were you need them to be done.
Easily access documents, images and files from your computer, Dropbox or Google Drive. You can even record your audio notes directly in Todoist for later reminder.
Let's look at some tips for organizing our tasks in our projects.
Working with others can be a great way to collaborate.
You can save a lot of time by templating your projects in Todoist.
If you're like me, there's a ton of tasks that come through email. You can send these to Todoist through emails.
Learn how you can use Gmail's filters to add tasks to Todoist automatically. This lets you focus on being productive instead of spending time adding tasks unnecessarily.
Want to see a calendar version of Todoist? Use iCal to see when your tasks are due.
Todoist in your browser can help you be more productive as you're browsing the web.
When you get an email that requires an action, add it into Todoist to remember to do it later.
If This Then That (IFTTT) is a popular automation website. Learn how to integrate it with Todoist to speed up your workflows.
Zapier is a popular automation website. Learn how to integrate it with Todoist to speed up your workflows.
Learn some general tips and tricks to improve your productivity.
Learn how you can change Todoist's version to revert back to a previous version or update to the latest.
Keep your data secure by backing up all of your data.
When you add an integration with Todoist, you're allowing that app access to your tasks. If you ever want to remove those integrations, you should remove the authorization.
Finishing this course certainly isn't the end of being productive. Get some tips for what to do next.
Thanks for stopping by. I'm a best-selling author, and a 3D generalist, photographer, podcaster and blogger. For over a decade, I've worked to become more productive in my career while allowing myself time to follow my personal goals on the side. In that time, I've found success in the productivity space as I've written a few books to share my processes. Now, I'm hoping to continue helping you be more productive here at Udemy. Got questions? Let me know!