Todoist, a web-based task-management app, is launched.
New features including keyboard shortcuts, an overdue-task view, and task priority-setting are released.
The ability to collapse sub-tasks and create sub-projects is introduced. Firefox and Chrome plugins are released, allowing users to add Gmail emails as tasks.
The first mobile version is released, along with a miniature desktop widget version.
A paid premium version of Todoist is offered for $3/month.
A Firefox extension that enables users to access tasks and set URLs as tasks is released.
Wedoist is launched by its founder Amir Salihefendic. Shortly after launch, a live “Project Chat” option is added and a Mac Application released.
A Chrome extension for Todoist is released, along with the ability to set SMS reminders for task deadlines.
An option to send tasks, status updates and comments via email is added.
Wedoist’s founder Amir Salihefendic is accepted into the Start-Up Chile program, making Wedoist his start-up platform.
Wedoist starts producing instructional videos showing different features and explaining the basic functionality of the service.
Todoist gains a presence in social media venues such as Google+, Facebook, and Twitter.
Wedoist becomes present in social media – Google+, Facebook and Twitter. A new Log, first design changes are made and the service is translated to Spanish.
Wedoist becomes available in 10 languages.
The Todoist interface is redesigned with a clean, modern look.
Further design changes are made – Wedoist gets a new front page and the service migrates to Amazon Web Services.
Productivity charts are introduced, allowing users to quickly see their recent progress.
New features are introduced (additional task info, editing comments, emoticons) and the service becomes integrated with Google Docs.
Amir Salihefendic’s Todoist became “Ist Productivity Ltd.” and received funding through the participation in the Start-Up Chile program.
A Daily Digest email is introduced, providing users with a daily report on their current and upcoming tasks.
Further Google integration options allow users to use the Single Sign-On feature and share files from Google Drive.
Todoist is translated into 10 languages, including German, Spanish, French, Portuguese (Brazil), Polish, Russian, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Korean, Japanese and Hindi. Todoist users are empowered to translate Todoist into additional languages. A new plugin for Mozilla Thunderbird is released, enabling users to manage tasks from their inbox and set emails as tasks.
Users can now invite people from their Google Contacts list.
New functionality is introduced, including the ability to right-click for access to task properties, ‘drag and drop’ to re-organize tasks, and archive projects.
Wedoist is now fully integrated with Google Apps and passes the milestone of 1 million status updates, 500,000 managed tasks in 50,000 projects.
Following the publication in January 2012 of a new Sync API, Todoist becomes the first fully HTML5-based task manager web app, enabling offline storage and access to tasks.
A new feature enables multiple file upload using drag & drop.
Users can now filter their projects and manage unread updates from the Dashboard which becomes customizable along with the global iCal feed.
Wedoist introduces project-wide real-time notifications using Comet.
On October 23rd 2012, Ist Productivity Ltd. became Doist Ltd.
Native Todoist apps for iOS and Android are released. Todoist is named one of the 20 best iPhone and iPad apps of the week by The Guardian.
Global cross-project search is being implemented and support for Dropbox is added.
Todoist desktop apps for Mac and Windows are released. Todoist is ranked among the 35 best productivity and lifehack apps of 2012 by The Next Web.
Doist Ltd. opens a new office in Porto (Portugal).
Todoist gamifies the task management experience by introducing Karma
Todoist publishes a new iOS app with full native iPad support.