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Integrate Timely with Todoist

See all the to-dos you've hammered out today in your Memory timeline

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Written by Lisa
Updated over a week ago

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Can't remember what you've done today or which task you completed? Well, Timely makes it easy to keep track of all the tasks you complete and capture the time you spend on task management. With our Todoist integration, all of your completed tasks will show up in your Memory timeline.

How it works

  • Lets you see the name of completed tasks

  • Lets you see when you completed the task

  • Compiles to-dos you complete within in a short period of time into a scrollable list.

​A closer look at a Todoist Memory

Hover over the Todoist entry to view all your completed tasks and scroll to see more.

Connect Todoist with Timely:

Connect Todoist from the App page inside of Timely Settings.

Click on the Todoist application and then "Connect new account to Todoist".

Click the "Authorize" button and sign into your Todoist account:

You'll then be brought back to the Todoist app page in your Timely Settings.

Hurray! πŸŽ‰ Now your Todoist account is connected with Timely and your completed tasks will show up in your Memory timeline.

Other Related Questions:

What is Todoist?

Todoist is a task management tool. It offers cloud-based collaboration on shared tasks. You can organize your tasks and projects and optimize your productivity.

*Important tip: You need to have a premium Todoist account to connect Todoist with Timely. Grab one here.

What's the benefit of getting Todoist memories in Timely?

It massively reduces the time and effort you spend logging your hours! Seeing all the tasks you completed in Timely reminds you what you worked on, and having them all in one place lets you fill in your entry notes super quickly. It enables you to capture and account for the time you spend managing tasks, which often goes unreported.

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