Todoist has just anounced a new feature to their task management platform, Smart Schedule.
Smart Schedule uses predictive modeling to help you easily plan out your tasks for the day and week to come. It learns your personal productive habits, and takes into account patterns across all Todoist users, to predict the best possible due dates for your tasks.
That means those 50+ overdue tasks you have hanging around can be quickly rescheduled en masse, while new and unscheduled tasks can be easily assigned to the best due dates. In this way, Smart Schedule makes it much easier to stay on top of your to-do list and roll with the punches when your day doesn’t go as planned.
I stopped using Todoist a number of weeks ago due to the fact that I was just going through the motions of ticking off boxes. It got to the stage where I was micro-managing myself.
This is an interesting move in the market of task managers and no doubt there will be a few other task managers following down this road.