We all use JIRA. We found this new tool Aha! that complemented what JIRA has. We use that for top-level roadmapping. It is something that is not very developer-focused on bugs and features. We link it with JIRA and the two put together give us a good picture. Most work is catalogued in JIRA. We just evolved into using JIRA. We used to use Todoist or just a spreadsheet. These things don’t scale when you want to have issues categorized along multiple levels so JIRA is heavy enough, but it has lots of integrations and can handle it.
Founder & CEO - Postman
We use Todoist less and less; it is too much of a overhead. The reminder function of Slack works quite well and can substitute that.
Co-founder - Flexpat
Todoist is the one for getting things done quickly. They have a really good cadence of reminding you what the next thing that has to get done on your priority list is.
Co-founder and Business Development - Really Good Emails
I use Todoist for personal tasks. It is very easy to use.
Founder - Nicely Noted
I use Todoist for my personal planning, but I don’t use it very much. They have karma points and right now, my karma points are very bad!
Co-founder & CEO - Ludwig
Todoist it is a nice tool to set reminders for yourself and manage your time.
Founder - GrandBox
We do use personal apps for tracking tasks like Todoist, and we also track product issues and fixes in Google Spreadsheets.
Co-founder & CMO - DownToJam
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