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Ever felt overwhelmed by endless to-do lists and chaotic schedules? I've been there too, wrestling with countless apps that promised more productivity but rarely delivered. That's where Todoist integrations come in.

I stumbled upon Todoist after trying every trick in the book. Imagine having all your tasks synced across different platforms effortlessly! From Google Calendar to Dropbox, integrating these tools transformed my daily routine.

This isn't just for techies or coders—it's practical for anyone looking to save time and get organized without breaking a sweat. Whether you're managing projects at work or keeping track of personal goals, Todoist has an integration that fits right into your life.

Top Todoist Integrations to Boost Productivity

If you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to boost productivity and get more done in less time. One of the best ways I've found to do that is by using Todoist integrations.

Todoist is my go-to task management app, but what really takes it to the next level is how well it plays with other tools I use every day. By connecting Todoist with apps for calendars, time tracking, file management, email, and web browsing, I can streamline my workflow and save time on tedious tasks.

How Magical Can Help Make Todoist Integrations Simpler

Magical is a free Chrome extension that helps you boost your productivity by eliminating repetitive tasks. Tasks like CRM data entry, messaging, and auto filling forms. Magical can also be used to make it unnecessary to use ClickUp integrations.

Magical lets you move information from ClickUp to millions and sites and apps with no code or integrations necessary. Talk about saving time! Instead of going through the ClickUp integration steps, all you have to do is:

  1. Install Magical
  2. Sign in to ClickUp
  3. Choose the info you want to move
  4. Give it a label
  5. Move it

It's that simple. Best of all, it's free to use and there's an option that allows you to share it with your team. Magical integrates with every app on this list and many more including:

Streamline Your Workflow with Todoist's Time Tracking Integrations

Another way I use Todoist integrations to boost my productivity is by connecting it with time tracking apps. Tools like Toggl Track, Timely, RescueTime, and Clockify let me log time spent on tasks without leaving my Todoist list.

Toggl Track

With the Toggl Track integration for Todoist, I can start and stop timers for tasks right from the Todoist interface. The time entries sync back to my Toggl account, where I can analyze reports and see how I'm spending my time.

This is super helpful for keeping myself accountable and making sure I'm not sinking too much time into any one task. It's also great for tracking billable hours if you're a freelancer or consultant.

Timely

Timely is another awesome time tracking integration for Todoist. It runs in the background and automatically tracks time spent on different apps and websites, then matches that activity to your Todoist tasks.

So even if I forget to start a timer, Timely still captures my work and assigns it to the right project. It's a more passive way to track your time and gain insights into your productivity patterns.

RescueTime

RescueTime is a popular productivity app that tracks how you spend time on your computer and mobile devices. By integrating it with Todoist, you can see which tasks and projects you've worked on each day, and get detailed reports on your time usage.

I use RescueTime to set productivity goals and block distracting websites when I need to focus. The Todoist integration helps me stay accountable and make sure I'm making progress on my most important tasks.

Clockify

Clockify is a simple but powerful time tracker that integrates seamlessly with Todoist. With Clockify, I can track time from any device, then automatically assign those hours to specific tasks in my Todoist projects.

This makes it easy to generate reports and timesheets based on my actual work in Todoist. Clockify also lets you set hourly rates and track earnings for different projects, which is handy for freelancers and teams.

Enhance Task Management with Todoist's File Management Integrations

Todoist also offers handy integrations with popular file management tools like Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and Evernote. By connecting these apps with Todoist, I can attach relevant files, documents, and notes directly to my tasks for easy reference.

Google Drive

With the Google Drive integration, I can browse my Drive files and folders from within Todoist and link any file to a specific task. This saves me time searching for documents and keeps everything I need to complete a task in one place.

You can instantly create new Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides right from Todoist. It automatically attaches each document to the related task, streamlining project management by eliminating the hassle of jumping between different apps.

Dropbox

The Dropbox integration for Todoist works similarly to Google Drive. I can search my Dropbox files and folders, then attach any file to a task with just a click. Todoist also supports adding files from shared Dropbox folders, which is great for team projects.

One thing I love about Dropbox integration is how it keeps things up-to-date without me lifting a finger. As soon as I update a file in Dropbox, the link in Todoist refreshes automatically to reflect those changes. That means no more hunting around for the latest version.

OneDrive

For Microsoft users, the OneDrive integration offers the same benefits as Google Drive and Dropbox. I can easily attach OneDrive files and documents to my Todoist tasks, keeping everything organized in one central hub.

OneDrive also has a handy "Add to Todoist" option that lets me create a new task directly from any file or folder. Just right-click the item in OneDrive, and select "Add to Todoist" from the menu. The task will automatically link back to the original file for quick access.

Evernote

As an avid Evernote user, I love being able to connect my notes with related tasks in Todoist. With the Evernote integration, I can link any note to a Todoist task, so my research, brainstorms, and meeting minutes are always at my fingertips.

I can also create new Evernote notes right from the Todoist interface and have them automatically tagged and organized with the matching task. It's a game-changer for keeping project notes and to-dos in sync.

Simplify Communication with Todoist's Email Integrations

Email is a huge part of my daily workflow, so I really appreciate how Todoist integrates with popular email clients like Gmail and Outlook. By connecting Todoist with my email, I can turn messages into actionable tasks and keep my inbox under control.

Gmail

The Gmail integration for Todoist is a lifesaver for staying on top of important emails. With the Todoist for Gmail add-on, I can create tasks directly from emails with just a click. The task automatically includes a link back to the original email for reference.

I can also view and manage my Todoist tasks right from the Gmail interface, thanks to the add-on's handy sidebar. It's a seamless way to process my inbox and turn emails into action items without getting overwhelmed.

Outlook

The Todoist for Outlook integration brings the same functionality to Microsoft's email client. I can quickly create tasks from emails, view my Todoist projects and tasks in a sidebar, and manage my to-do list without leaving Outlook.

One of my favorite features of the Outlook integration is the ability to sync tasks with my Outlook calendar. So if I add a due date to a task in Todoist, it will automatically show up as an event in my Outlook calendar, and vice versa. It's a great way to keep my schedule and tasks in sync across platforms.

Email integration

Email integration allows users to move info from Email into Todoist. This means no more switching back and forth between apps or losing track of important requests buried under new messages. With just a few clicks, you can create actionable items in Todoist right from emails—ensuring every task has its place away from the clutter of your inbox.

Maximize Efficiency with Todoist's Browser Extensions

Last but not least, I have to give a shout-out to Todoist's awesome browser extensions. Available for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge, these extensions put my Todoist tasks just a click away, no matter what webpage I'm on.

Chrome Extension

The Todoist for Chrome extension adds a handy Todoist icon to my browser toolbar. Clicking it opens a mini version of my Todoist dashboard, where I can view my tasks, add new ones, and check off completed items.

I love using the extension to quickly add websites as tasks to read or reference later. I just right-click the page and select "Add to Todoist" from the menu. The link is automatically saved with the page title, so I can easily find it again.

Firefox Add-on

The Todoist add-on for Firefox offers all the same features as the Chrome extension. I can access my task list, add new tasks, and manage my projects right from the Firefox toolbar.

One extra feature I appreciate in the Firefox add-on is the ability to add tasks with a keyboard shortcut. By default, pressing Alt+Shift+A opens the quick add task popup, so I can jot down a to-do without even clicking my mouse. It's a small thing, but it saves me time and keeps me in my flow.

Safari Extension

For Safari users, the Todoist extension brings all the key features and benefits of the app to Apple's default browser. I can view my tasks in a clean, minimal interface that matches the Safari aesthetic.

Like the other browser extensions, the Safari version lets me add websites as tasks, view and complete tasks, and manage my projects and labels. It's a seamless way to integrate Todoist into my browsing experience without feeling clunky or intrusive.

Edge Extension

Microsoft Edge may be the new kid on the browser block, but Todoist hasn't forgotten about its users. The Todoist for Edge extension works just like the others, giving me quick access to my task list from any webpage.

I appreciate that the Edge extension includes the same keyboard shortcut for adding tasks as the Firefox add-on. It's a thoughtful touch that shows Todoist is committed to providing a consistent experience across platforms.

Whether I'm using Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge, the Todoist browser extensions are a must-have for staying productive and organized online. They put my to-do list at my fingertips and make it easy to capture tasks and ideas in the moment, without interrupting my workflow.

Ready To Boost Your ClickUp Productivity?

The truth is, while we chase perfect productivity systems, most fall short. But not when you use the right Todoist integrations. They bridge gaps between various tools we already rely on.

When you combine the productivity of Magical and the task management of Todoist, you have an efficiency powerhouse on your hands. Think about all the hours you'll save not having to learn code and not having to call Tim from IT to help (stick it Tim!).

Magical is used by over 650,000 people to save 7 hours a week on average on their repetitive tasks. Try it yourself today!

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Boost Productivity with Top Todoist Integrations

Ever felt overwhelmed by endless to-do lists and chaotic schedules? I've been there too, wrestling with countless apps that promised more productivity but rarely delivered. That's where Todoist integrations come in.

I stumbled upon Todoist after trying every trick in the book. Imagine having all your tasks synced across different platforms effortlessly! From Google Calendar to Dropbox, integrating these tools transformed my daily routine.

This isn't just for techies or coders—it's practical for anyone looking to save time and get organized without breaking a sweat. Whether you're managing projects at work or keeping track of personal goals, Todoist has an integration that fits right into your life.

Top Todoist Integrations to Boost Productivity

If you're anything like me, you're always looking for ways to boost productivity and get more done in less time. One of the best ways I've found to do that is by using Todoist integrations.

Todoist is my go-to task management app, but what really takes it to the next level is how well it plays with other tools I use every day. By connecting Todoist with apps for calendars, time tracking, file management, email, and web browsing, I can streamline my workflow and save time on tedious tasks.

How Magical Can Help Make Todoist Integrations Simpler

Magical is a free Chrome extension that helps you boost your productivity by eliminating repetitive tasks. Tasks like CRM data entry, messaging, and auto filling forms. Magical can also be used to make it unnecessary to use ClickUp integrations.

Magical lets you move information from ClickUp to millions and sites and apps with no code or integrations necessary. Talk about saving time! Instead of going through the ClickUp integration steps, all you have to do is:

  1. Install Magical
  2. Sign in to ClickUp
  3. Choose the info you want to move
  4. Give it a label
  5. Move it

It's that simple. Best of all, it's free to use and there's an option that allows you to share it with your team. Magical integrates with every app on this list and many more including:

Streamline Your Workflow with Todoist's Time Tracking Integrations

Another way I use Todoist integrations to boost my productivity is by connecting it with time tracking apps. Tools like Toggl Track, Timely, RescueTime, and Clockify let me log time spent on tasks without leaving my Todoist list.

Toggl Track

With the Toggl Track integration for Todoist, I can start and stop timers for tasks right from the Todoist interface. The time entries sync back to my Toggl account, where I can analyze reports and see how I'm spending my time.

This is super helpful for keeping myself accountable and making sure I'm not sinking too much time into any one task. It's also great for tracking billable hours if you're a freelancer or consultant.

Timely

Timely is another awesome time tracking integration for Todoist. It runs in the background and automatically tracks time spent on different apps and websites, then matches that activity to your Todoist tasks.

So even if I forget to start a timer, Timely still captures my work and assigns it to the right project. It's a more passive way to track your time and gain insights into your productivity patterns.

RescueTime

RescueTime is a popular productivity app that tracks how you spend time on your computer and mobile devices. By integrating it with Todoist, you can see which tasks and projects you've worked on each day, and get detailed reports on your time usage.

I use RescueTime to set productivity goals and block distracting websites when I need to focus. The Todoist integration helps me stay accountable and make sure I'm making progress on my most important tasks.

Clockify

Clockify is a simple but powerful time tracker that integrates seamlessly with Todoist. With Clockify, I can track time from any device, then automatically assign those hours to specific tasks in my Todoist projects.

This makes it easy to generate reports and timesheets based on my actual work in Todoist. Clockify also lets you set hourly rates and track earnings for different projects, which is handy for freelancers and teams.

Enhance Task Management with Todoist's File Management Integrations

Todoist also offers handy integrations with popular file management tools like Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, and Evernote. By connecting these apps with Todoist, I can attach relevant files, documents, and notes directly to my tasks for easy reference.

Google Drive

With the Google Drive integration, I can browse my Drive files and folders from within Todoist and link any file to a specific task. This saves me time searching for documents and keeps everything I need to complete a task in one place.

You can instantly create new Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides right from Todoist. It automatically attaches each document to the related task, streamlining project management by eliminating the hassle of jumping between different apps.

Dropbox

The Dropbox integration for Todoist works similarly to Google Drive. I can search my Dropbox files and folders, then attach any file to a task with just a click. Todoist also supports adding files from shared Dropbox folders, which is great for team projects.

One thing I love about Dropbox integration is how it keeps things up-to-date without me lifting a finger. As soon as I update a file in Dropbox, the link in Todoist refreshes automatically to reflect those changes. That means no more hunting around for the latest version.

OneDrive

For Microsoft users, the OneDrive integration offers the same benefits as Google Drive and Dropbox. I can easily attach OneDrive files and documents to my Todoist tasks, keeping everything organized in one central hub.

OneDrive also has a handy "Add to Todoist" option that lets me create a new task directly from any file or folder. Just right-click the item in OneDrive, and select "Add to Todoist" from the menu. The task will automatically link back to the original file for quick access.

Evernote

As an avid Evernote user, I love being able to connect my notes with related tasks in Todoist. With the Evernote integration, I can link any note to a Todoist task, so my research, brainstorms, and meeting minutes are always at my fingertips.

I can also create new Evernote notes right from the Todoist interface and have them automatically tagged and organized with the matching task. It's a game-changer for keeping project notes and to-dos in sync.

Simplify Communication with Todoist's Email Integrations

Email is a huge part of my daily workflow, so I really appreciate how Todoist integrates with popular email clients like Gmail and Outlook. By connecting Todoist with my email, I can turn messages into actionable tasks and keep my inbox under control.

Gmail

The Gmail integration for Todoist is a lifesaver for staying on top of important emails. With the Todoist for Gmail add-on, I can create tasks directly from emails with just a click. The task automatically includes a link back to the original email for reference.

I can also view and manage my Todoist tasks right from the Gmail interface, thanks to the add-on's handy sidebar. It's a seamless way to process my inbox and turn emails into action items without getting overwhelmed.

Outlook

The Todoist for Outlook integration brings the same functionality to Microsoft's email client. I can quickly create tasks from emails, view my Todoist projects and tasks in a sidebar, and manage my to-do list without leaving Outlook.

One of my favorite features of the Outlook integration is the ability to sync tasks with my Outlook calendar. So if I add a due date to a task in Todoist, it will automatically show up as an event in my Outlook calendar, and vice versa. It's a great way to keep my schedule and tasks in sync across platforms.

Email integration

Email integration allows users to move info from Email into Todoist. This means no more switching back and forth between apps or losing track of important requests buried under new messages. With just a few clicks, you can create actionable items in Todoist right from emails—ensuring every task has its place away from the clutter of your inbox.

Maximize Efficiency with Todoist's Browser Extensions

Last but not least, I have to give a shout-out to Todoist's awesome browser extensions. Available for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge, these extensions put my Todoist tasks just a click away, no matter what webpage I'm on.

Chrome Extension

The Todoist for Chrome extension adds a handy Todoist icon to my browser toolbar. Clicking it opens a mini version of my Todoist dashboard, where I can view my tasks, add new ones, and check off completed items.

I love using the extension to quickly add websites as tasks to read or reference later. I just right-click the page and select "Add to Todoist" from the menu. The link is automatically saved with the page title, so I can easily find it again.

Firefox Add-on

The Todoist add-on for Firefox offers all the same features as the Chrome extension. I can access my task list, add new tasks, and manage my projects right from the Firefox toolbar.

One extra feature I appreciate in the Firefox add-on is the ability to add tasks with a keyboard shortcut. By default, pressing Alt+Shift+A opens the quick add task popup, so I can jot down a to-do without even clicking my mouse. It's a small thing, but it saves me time and keeps me in my flow.

Safari Extension

For Safari users, the Todoist extension brings all the key features and benefits of the app to Apple's default browser. I can view my tasks in a clean, minimal interface that matches the Safari aesthetic.

Like the other browser extensions, the Safari version lets me add websites as tasks, view and complete tasks, and manage my projects and labels. It's a seamless way to integrate Todoist into my browsing experience without feeling clunky or intrusive.

Edge Extension

Microsoft Edge may be the new kid on the browser block, but Todoist hasn't forgotten about its users. The Todoist for Edge extension works just like the others, giving me quick access to my task list from any webpage.

I appreciate that the Edge extension includes the same keyboard shortcut for adding tasks as the Firefox add-on. It's a thoughtful touch that shows Todoist is committed to providing a consistent experience across platforms.

Whether I'm using Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Edge, the Todoist browser extensions are a must-have for staying productive and organized online. They put my to-do list at my fingertips and make it easy to capture tasks and ideas in the moment, without interrupting my workflow.

Ready To Boost Your ClickUp Productivity?

The truth is, while we chase perfect productivity systems, most fall short. But not when you use the right Todoist integrations. They bridge gaps between various tools we already rely on.

When you combine the productivity of Magical and the task management of Todoist, you have an efficiency powerhouse on your hands. Think about all the hours you'll save not having to learn code and not having to call Tim from IT to help (stick it Tim!).

Magical is used by over 650,000 people to save 7 hours a week on average on their repetitive tasks. Try it yourself today!

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