Yet another productivity app: Wunderlist founder announces Superlist (no details available)

You can sign up to be notified about the app at https://superlistapp.com.

I am skeptical, but curious. To be optimistic, it is curious that the Wunderlist founder is hyping this as a whole new company. That tells me it’ll be more than just another todo app. Still, are there really any new features to be had in this space? 🤷‍♂

No. Just variations.

Todoist
OmniFocus
Ticktick
Todo
2do
Clickup
Nirvana

To name a few

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Don’t forget Microsoft To Do :joy:

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Maybe he has a new concept like a NotDue app or a DontContact app.

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Lord, yes!

I know part of the angst around this app or that app is overwhelm with the actual work we have to do, but another part of that angst is IMO lack of the right paradigm and feature set to support the actual work.

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Hard to say, since the video shows nothing, the press release says nothing, and any articles about it merely recapitulate the press release, in some cases (eg that post from The Verge) just including a Wunderlist image insert. Hype is a good word.

Numerous apps are now offering different views - kanban, spreadsheet-like list, mindmap - at the click of a button. Some are offering collaboration - Slack-like chat, video, whiteboard. Some offer a better writing experience for longer-form text, integrated with calendaring (Agenda, NotePlan).

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I signed up out of curiosity.

I think new features are possible, but I don’t expect them here. There’s more predictable value in changing the design/organization/integration of existing features to suit an industry or a niche working situation. And with Wunderlist’s reputation, the audience for this is his to lose. But we’ll see.

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I read the idea is to exist between personal powerful to-do apps and big ugly entreprise collaborative systems.

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