Sunsama is a Calendar-Based Trello For Your To-Do List

Sunsama is a Calendar-Based Trello For Your To-Do List

Sunsama works in a similar way to Trello (Trello has items linked to a list), except each list is a day on your calendar, and the items below it are the things you need to do for the day. So think of any day having a number of todo items linked to it, which can be moved between days. It’s a calendar-powered to-do list of sorts, that can help keep you organized and on task using a familiar set up (presuming you’re already on the Trello train).

Like Trello, the service can be used by individuals or by teams. You can see what people on your team are working on or have accomplished for the day, and if you don’t quite finish everything you had planned for the day the task will automatically roll over to the next. Tasks you finished will be forever tied to the day you completed them, making it easy to go back and see how productive you were each week or remember when you actually finished that big project.

Its free to use with up to 100 tasks/meetings per month, but payment after that is $5 per month for individuals, or $8 per team member per month. The 100 task/meeting means you won't see the ones older than these (which are archived). It also has integrations with Slack and Trello.

I like the concept very much but the "free tier" is really only a trail and is nowhere near as usable as Trello or Slack's free tier.

See https://lifehacker.com/saunsama-is-a-calendar-based-trello-for-your-to-do-list-1825092309

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Sunsama is a Calendar-Based Trello For Your To-Do List
A few years ago I discovered Trello, and how I organize things hasn’t been the same since. If you’re not familiar, Trello is a digital tool that essentially allows you to create lists of items, where each item is an individual card. This week I came across another service that caught my attention with a similar look: Sunsama. It’s a calendar app built to look and feel like Trello, and I’m pretty stoked on it.

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