Manage Your Emails, Write Down Notes, Set Reminders and Assign Tasks, All with A Single, Intuitive App that Can Simplify Your Daily Workflow
Most popular email clients offer plenty of advanced features, but these are usually exclusively mail-related. However, since handling emails is just one of many daily tasks, bringing them all together within a single app makes perfect sense.
Twobird is designed to help you kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. It creates a single inbox for your emails, notes, and to-do lists, all of which can be prioritized and assigned reminders. What’s more, you can even designate specific tasks from your notes to team members, whether they have the app or not.
Emails, notes, to-dos, and reminders in one package
Naturally, unless you send and receive a lot of emails every day, this app won’t be the best choice. It is intended to replace your current email client while offering a few other features that you would normally need other applications for.
Twobird can manage multiple email accounts, but only Gmail is supported at present. You can mark messages as low priority, pin them for easy access, and tidy up your inbox to get rid of inactive conversations.
Easy note-taking and collaboration
As expected, you can use Markdown to format your notes and add elements such as tables and checklists. After creating a note, you can share it with other people, even if they don’t have the application installed.
Each note consists of multiple text blocks which can be moved around and assigned to specific people. If you want, you can even attach comments to a text block if clarifications are necessary.
No email, note-taking or task management app is complete if it cannot be accessed from a wide range of devices. With Twobird, you can manage your accounts from a Mac, Windows PC, iOS or Android device, giving you plenty of flexibility.
While it is still in an early development stage, Twobird seems to be a great implementation of a task management methodology that combines emails, notes, to-dos, and reminders into one intuitive app. The UI is also quite impressive, as long as you’re a fan of minimalistic layouts.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Twobird for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂