Top 11 Task Management Tools by Artur Kurasiński


The post was originally published in Polish on Artur’s LinkedIn profile. Artur kindly agreed that we repost what we think is of great value to our readers.

Here are the top task management tools in 2023:

  1. Akiflow – It combines all tools in one place and uses time blocks for tasks. It allocates dedicated time slots in the calendar, when no one has to bother you and you can focus on your work.
  2. Asana – It is more than a task management tool. It is suitable for organizing work from small projects to strategic initiatives. An easy-to-use tool to collaborate on projects. You can start for free.
  3. ClickUp – A single platform for tasks, documents, chats, and more. It has a user-friendly interface and can become a complete hub for working on individual tasks as well as entire projects.
  4. Coda – This one boasts that it combines the functions of many different tools e.g. Notion, Google Docs, Airtable into one dynamic platform. It is block-based, and you can design documents that allow team members to collaborate.
  5. Linear – An apparent favorite of programmers. Its main purpose is to help build products. Linear allows you to create tasks and provides different views to suit the needs of your team. It streamlines sprints and product road maps, thus allowing entire teams to work together efficiently.
  6. Notion – It goes beyond a regular document or table. You can dump your thoughts there, manage projects and even the entire company, all thanks to the extraordinary flexibility of the tool.
  7. Nozbe – This tool was created by Michał Śliwiński and his team. It is based on the principle of Getting Things Done. It will work both as a to-do application and for project management. It is simple and intuitive to use. There are two modes: Nozbe and Nozbe Personal for private use.
  8. Routine – It combines calendars, tasks and notes. It allows you to centralize and organize your work so you can focus on what matters most. The tool is constantly evolving. It has a free trial version.
  9. Sunsama – Designed specifically for pros. It organizes tasks and meetings in your planner day by day and consolidates all work in one place. What many people like is the comprehensive view of tasks.
  10. Taskable – A unified task list and the Taskable calendar. Its integration with design tools, Gmail, Slack, and Google Calendar brings all your tasks to one place, allowing for efficient planning and prioritization.
  11. Things – This one is iOS-specific. The award-winning task manager organizes every aspect of your life, from daily activities to long-term goals. There is a tool that shows subsequent tasks, thus helping to achieve goals. The subscription is paid.

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