To-Do Manager Wunderkit Opens To Public

Wunderkit, built by the same people behind Wunderlist, one of our favourite to-do list apps, is a new web-based to-do manager. It has been in private beta for a while, but just opened its doors to the public. Users can create multiple workspaces for different projects, and even invite the people working on those projects with them to collaborate on them in Wunderkit so everyone's on the same page.

If you're a fan of Wunderlist (and we are; we picked it as our favourite to-do manager for Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android), Wunderkit will look and feel similar to you, and you'll have no trouble getting started with it. Projects are arranged by icon on the left side of the screen, and each project is a series of to-dos and milestones that need to be finished either in general or on specific dates in order to finish the job. By adding a social network of sorts, the team behind Wunderkit give users an incentive to sign up and use the service for their own uses, and then start collaborating with their friends and coworkers on shared projects.

Although Wunderkit is primarily a web app, if you have a Mac or an iPhone, you can download stand-alone apps to manage your to-dos outside of your browser. The service is free, but $US4.99/month gets you a "Pro" account, which unlocks priority support and the ability to collaborate in workspaces you don't own by adding and managing tasks. When you sign up for a free account, you get Pro features for 90 days, but from what we can tell, the free version will be enough for most people. Wunderkit still has some growing to do, but the first signs are promising. If you're looking for a tool that can help you stay organised, help you organise group projects at work and even outside the office at home or in your community, Wunderkit is worth a look.

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Comments

    getting lots of 404s when signing up
    and not the home page shows:
    "Application Not Responding"

    I'm not sure I see the point outside of a task manager. It seems like yet another social ecosystem you'd need to invest in and hope others did too to make use of it.

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