Yes, the web app is finally here and you can experience Any.do in its full glory, right in your browser and in full screen. If you’ve been waiting for a full-scale web version of the Any.do experience you’ve come to rely on, this launch is just for you.
Log into your account now and be sure to bookmark this link – https://web.any.do/
Any.do for web is going to change the way you stay productive throughout the day. Try it and see how it makes you even more efficient at getting things done.
To celebrate the launch, we’re giving away a Nexus 7 and a chance to be published in our upcoming Productivity Playbook!
- Post your best #AnyDoProductivity tip to Twitter or Facebook to enter
- We’re looking for creative ways to stay productive in any area of your life – think outside the box!
- Top tips will be published in our upcoming Any.do Productivity Playbook, and one lucky user will win a Nexus 7
- Contest ends June 12th
As wonderful as the web app is, we encourage you to use it with the other apps in the Any.do family to get the most out of our products. If you hear yourself saying any of the following things, take our advice:
Yes! A web app! Now I can forget mobile and just use this.
Sure, you can do that but you’ll be limiting your true productivity potential. Our apps shine when they’re used together, and the Any.do Web App + mobile app are an especially powerful combination. Keep using mobile and you’ll see what we mean. And if you haven’t tried Cal yet, do it now.
I don’t need Any.do on the web. I already love my mobile app and a Chrome plugin.
Don’t be fooled by our trademark simplicity – the web app is a powerful tool for planning across folders and being productive at your computer. Bookmark https://web.any.do/ and you’ll see how quickly it becomes your go-to screen. (… and for all you die-hard Chrome extension fans, we know who you are and we love you too.)
This looks just like the mobile app. How will I use it differently?
Well, yes and no. We did want to keep the integrity of the mobile app, but there are some important differences; namely, Planning and Focus Modes. Go to the web app and try moving tasks between folders in Planning Mode, then try Focus mode (by clicking on the icons in the upper right-hand corner). You’ll see what we mean.[ezcol_1half]
Move tasks between folders, plan over
weeks and months, and between projects.
Focus on a single day or folder so you can
stay on target with your goals.
So, as we often say, go forth and be productive. Web is a new frontier, and a new chapter, for our company. We’re on our way to becoming a full cross-platform app that we hope will improve your lives.
And one final note – we just passed 10 Million users. That’s kind of a big deal for us and we want to personally thank you for your support. We’ve had some high points, some growing pains, and lots of fun, and you’ve always cheered us on. By sharing our app with your friends and colleagues, you’re helping us reach more people and ultimately improve the product to better suit your needs. After all, what goes around comes around.
Thank you from the entire Any.do Team