8 Wunderlist Alternatives to Consider Before the Service Shuts Down
Wunderlist, the beloved task management app, will be shut down on May 6th, 2020. So the hunt for Wunderlist alternatives begins.
The 2013 App of the Year Award winner will soon fade into oblivion, and its users are to find new alternatives to keep track of their tasks.
For most Wunderlist users, this will not be a particularly difficult choice, since there are many good options out there to choose from.
On the other hand, users who have been integrating Wunderlist into their workflows need a better picture of the alternatives. For them, it’s not just about lists and tasks, but about what the alternatives are capable of doing in the greater scheme of workflows.
So, if you are part of this group and have been wondering about apps to replace your Wunderlist integrations, look no further: here’s our selection.
If task management is the name of the game, ClickUp should rank high on your list. This tool makes task management seamless and engaging. In addition, it’s very integration-friendly, easy to use, and scary good.
- Does it feature native integrations? Yes, 39 of them
- ClickUp modules available on Integromat: 76 modules
- Ready-to-use ClickUp templates on Integromat: 31 templates
Launched in 2008 by Dustin Moskovitz and Justin Rosenstein, Asana remains one of the most successful, innovative task management products out there. Asana is a powerful, comprehensive tool designed to fast-track team projects and workflows, which makes it a prime choice for companies.
- Does it feature native integrations? Yes, 150 of them
- Asana modules available on Integromat: 72 modules
- Ready-to-use Asana templates on Integromat: 81 templates
For a seamless transition, you can deploy our Wunderlist – Asana integration, and complete the migration once Wunderlist effectively shuts down.
This tool hardly needs an introduction. The company that made Kanban boards look cool again is a staple among people who want to keep track of their tasks every step of the way. Perks? It is easy to use, and it keeps things simple. In my opinion, a prime choice for individuals and small teams.
- Does it feature native integrations? Yes, 200+ integrations
- Trello modules available on Integromat: 57 modules
- Ready-to-use Trello templates on Integromat: 117 templates
If you wish to transition to Trello while still using Wunderlist, you can deploy our Wunderlist – Trello integration, and complete the migration once Wunderlist effectively shuts down.
Todoist’s simple user interface is similar to Wunderlist, which is a big plus for users who want a similar vibe for their to-do lists. The free version offers everything an individual user needs, and the paid versions are more than fairly-priced. A real deal for those who’ve been using Wunderlist to track their daily activities.
- Does it feature native integrations? Yes, 50 of them
- Todoist modules available on Integromat: 30 modules
- Ready-to-use Todoist templates on Integromat: 43 templates
This is a great option if you do task management primarily from your mobile device. Google Tasks can be activated via Gmail, or else accessed by downloading the available Android and iOS apps. Not great for teams, but a good product for individual use.
- Does it feature native integrations? No
- Google Tasks modules available on Integromat: 4 modules
- Ready-to-use Google Tasks templates on Integromat: 35 templates
To Do is the app Microsoft recommends to current Wunderlist users to adopt once the latter gets shut down. Needless to say, Wunderlist is Microsoft’s property as well, which makes the transition from one to another a natural goal for the Seattle-based company. To Do stands out as a simple app that delivers on basic task management premises, such as list-keeping and task-tracking. Not the brightest product of the bunch, but not a bad choice either!
- Does it feature native integrations? It does integrate with Outlook
- Microsoft To Do modules available on Integromat: 16 modules
- Ready-to-use Microsoft To Do templates on Integromat: 12 templates
An excellent Wunderlist alternative for businesses and teams, Wrike is a powerful project and task management tool. It provides advanced features and offers hundreds of native integrations to keep tasks under control and in motion.
- Does it feature native integrations? Yes, 400+ via Wrike Integrate
- Wrike modules available on Integromat: 12 modules
- Ready-to-use Wrike templates on Integromat: 18 templates
As with Trello and Asana, you can deploy Integromat’s Wunderlist – Wrike template to start the transition today and get everything in place once Wunderlist shuts down.
Another favorite of project managers around the world, Plutio stands out for its power and versatility. Combining a swift interface with countless features, Plutio is — much like ClickUp, Wrike, and Asana — a tool meant to improve businesses, to increase productivity and get things done.
- Does it feature native integrations? No
- Plutio modules available on Integromat: 30 modules
- Ready-to-use Plutio templates on Integromat: 32 templates
Importing Your Wunderlist Tasks Into Trello, Asana, and ClickUp
Some Wunderlist users will definitely need to mirror their current Wunderlist setup into a new app before Wunderlist shuts down. In other words, a full-fledged migration of lists and tasks will be on the table — if it isn’t already.
This can be complicated and time-consuming, but we have a solution for you, and it’s called automation.
The Integromat team has developed three templates that automate the migration of tasks from Wunderlist into other apps. Take a look:
- ClickUp: Import your lists, tasks, and subtasks from Wunderlist to ClickUp
- Todoist: Import your lists, tasks, and subtasks from Wunderlist to Todoist
- Trello: Import your lists, tasks, and subtasks from Wunderlist to a new Trello board
These templates are a bit more complicated to implement, but there’s more to gain as well: the more lists and tasks you have on Wunderlist, the more you will get from the templates.
Migrating from Wunderlist shouldn’t be hard if you know your options. The most important question you’ll have to answer is the following:
What will you be using your next task mangement app for?
If you’re into task management to keep your schedule tidy, simpler apps like Trello, Todoist and Google Tasks will cover your needs. If otherwise, you want to increase your company and/or team productivity, products like ClickUp, Asana, and Wrike stand out like the logical choices.
Finding the right Wunderlist alternative shouldn’t be too hard if you start with that question. After that, it will be a matter of finding out what feels better in terms of usability, integrations, and features.
To conclude, it’s a bit sad to see an app like Wunderlist shutting down. Not only it was one good product, but it also managed to cater to the needs of millions of users effectively. In any case, it’s been one hell of a ride — respect goes to the teams that made Wunderlist a great product, and by extension, our lives easier.