Amplenote's all-in-one productivity app is the top Todoist alternative

This was the simple question posted on Reddit that released the floodgates. Reading through requests with hundreds of upvotes, a clear picture emerged: Todoist users want full, native calendar support alongside tasks.

With Amplenote, drag-and-drop tasks-to-calendar is just the beginning. Sync with your existing Google, Outlook, and Apple Calendar to see everything.

Why choose Amplenote?

See how Amplenote compares to Todoist and TickTick in this video, where a productivity expert with 50,000+ subscribers evalutes the strengths of each:

The best all-in-one productivity app

Move between notes, tasks, and your calendar to capture and follow through on your best ideas.

Task prioritizing

Every plan level includes advanced task management. Task scoring and the Eisenhower Matrix bring your top priorities to the surface.

Increased speed

Lightning-fast performance and syncing across multiple devices means your workflow is never interrupted by sluggish loading, even across thousands of notes.


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Stay synced for access anywhere

At home or on the go, Amplenote's offline access and mobile apps keep notes and tasks just a tap away.
"@amplenote is way better than you may think, and their support is excellent. There are hundreds of small things built into this project that make it really fun to use."
Alexander Rink, via X

Why do users love Amplenote?

We know, switching task apps is a very big deal. Even with lots of documentation to get you started in a flash, it's still a big investment of time and energy. So, how has it gone for others like you? Here's what they have to say:
Amplenote is criminally underexposed. By far the biggest reason why I love this app is that it is all-in-one. I can take notes, manage tasks, and organise my calendar seamlessly better than any other apps I know.
July 2023, Youtube
@amplenote's browser extension rocks
July 2023, Twitter
Try Amplenote. It's really good.
July 2023, Twitter
I love the jots ▶️ notes ▶️ tasks ▶️ calendar. All with backlinking and the rich footnotes are a game changer for me in referencing notes inside of notes.
July 2023, Twitter
Amplenote is a relative newcomer to the note space, but I really like what they are doing. The way they bring notes, tasks and ideas together is really unique and really special
February 2021, Youtube
I changed between Evernote, Notion, Todoist, TickTick and Obsidian before settling down in Amplenote.
March 2023, Reddit
Previously, I tried Roam, Bear, Apple Notes, and Evernote - and I truly believe Amplenote is the perfect mix of all of them.
Nick Rovisa
January 2021, via email
La mejor herramienta que he conocido para reemplazar Todoist y Evernote.
June 2022, comment form
I read as much as I could about them and their company and I really liked what I found. They are self-funded and work hard to build an app with features driven by their users but not one that is overloaded with features.
March 2023, company website
I tried at least 25 different systems ranging from Evernote to Obsidian and all points in between. And then I found Amplenote. One app that had all I was looking for. Even better, they share the roadmap. If there is something you'd like, they listen. I've already talked my daughter into trying it as well.
August 2022, comment form
Wow!! A review by Scott Friesen of Simpletivity led me to try this. Love the integration of the notes, tasks and calendar. Did I mention how amazing the mobile app is? Paid for the Premium within a couple days, happily. Amazing note-taking with world-class task management.
March 2023, via email

Who uses Amplenote?

The stronger the incentive to make great decisions, the more likely an occupation turns to Amplenote for help1:

How does a small app attract so many thought leaders? Task Score. No other app helps you tame hundreds or thousands of possible tasks, via automated sorting. Users also cite how little configuration is needed to get started.

1 Data source: 2021-2023 Amplenote new user survey results

Try it out for yourself

Create an Amplenote account to see the difference. All new accounts start with a free two-week trial of Pro-level features. Cancel any time, no questions asked and no need to contact support.

Import your Todoist tasks using our new Task Importing plugin. Or, if you have markdown files from another app you use (like Notion, Roam, or Bear), you can upload that to get started:

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