Product: Make the app internally consistent
As a brand new user I notice that the light X icon is used to delete lists but it's used to close tasks after edit which makes me hesitate at first and then becomes regularly jarring every time I use it. For closing preferences a tick is used, but to close support bar a left arrow is used! The tick to close preferences is also used to open them, which makes me think I might be using it wrong at first and then after that makes it feel rather static, broken and counter-intuitive.
Since X has a "close but don't save" connotation I suggest right arrow to open the left screen side bars like preferences and support and then a right arrow to close (close and don't lose changes) which makes the open / close functionality consistently sign-posted.
When editing a task I think X to close is not the worst of the bunch but I think there can be better. Maybe with your location for the button in the high top right you can use an up arrow with consistent appearance with the right arrow to close, in order to close (and save) tasks after editing.
Doing these does free up the X icon in this context but I still think X is not sufficiently damaging in connotations to make it intuitive for something as drastic as deleting a list. Of course you'll want a consistent delete icon in other roles too, and I can see you won't want to use a trash can icon, given the very light and minimal style you're choosing overall but perhaps some list icon with a line or a cross through it would work or even some light red colouring to indicate it's a big fat delete.
I could also mention that I know you've gone for fade-into-the-background styling so the UX is not distracting from content but I just want to mention you're on the very edge of workable in that direction. I would prefer slightly heavier lines and colouring so I can locate the controls a bit more quickly.
Thanks for listening and thanks for providing a cutting edge to do tool.
I'm begging you please, as a company to review a policy of being platform agnostic. or in other words, please STOP making features for only a specific platform. This is NOT a positive customer experience.
If you are a providing an app, IE a service then it should not matter, for example whether it's Android, IOS, or Web. And honestly I'm concerned about what's happening with your development team considering that seems to be a VERY consistent approach. It's fine to maybe attempt linking to google calendar first on the android device, but ANY feature you consider adding should have a plan to go to ALL platforms. That's how you build a stable app.
For example, WHY can you only view the calender on the Android (and I'm hoping) on IOS device? Why can't you view this on the Web App? I know for a fact that there is an API t connect to your google calendar on the web & have personally developed against it.
Also, it defeats the purpose of choosing your app due to it being multi-platform, meaning I can use it on ANY of my devices, to then in the middle of something have to switch to a different device because you don't offer that feature on that device.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, for the sake of your future as a company, seriously reconsider this. I think you will find it will pay off.
Consistent UI across phones. I have 2 S9's when viewing a list one of them shows the notification bell on the top bar while the other shows the Smart Cards. Honestly get rid of the smart cards completely. Notifications while I'm in a list are more important then trying to get me to look at your suggested tips or tricks. Those should be placed somewhere else.
nuran muhtaryan commented
Also icon positions are not same ,
disparity , decrease working speed of users ..
nuran muhtaryan commented
At web app , Task icons are not same, and not same function with android app
Hanan Bensho commented
Just make the web app same as the ipad version... the web app is soooo dull in terms of Ux...
List titles are in all caps, but when you go to add a team member the title shows up in lowercase/how it was typed.
Håkan H. commented
Right now, it's all is a bit confusing. I have one widget for Any.do and one widget for Cal. Tapping a task in Any.do widget asks if I want to complete it, tapping a task in Cal opens Any.do main screen and tapping a task in Any.do app opens options.
It would be good if the same action does the same thing in all versions. It would be even better if the Any.do widget and Cal widget would be merged to reduce space and promote simplicity and efficiency.