Since the arrival of tablets and smartphones, there has been an explosion in productivity and collaboration applications.

We can easily separate these applications into two types

And we can easily divide the user base into the following segments.


Remember Everything

Chapter 1

There is a huge number of people, still not using any productivity tool. They organize their day by trying to remember every single task.

This traditional method may be the simplest, but it’s not without ‘side effects’.


Pros Cons
  • Easy to do
  • Free
  • Tendency to forget some things
  • Unnecessary increase in stress

Write it down

Chapter 2

Pen & paper seems to be a better option over trying to remember everything. But it lacks the flexibility to change / correct something.

Also as the Project progresses, it tends to become bulky and messy.

And if these sheets are damaged or lost, it could be disastrous.


Pros Cons
  • ‘Old school’ method
  • No learning curve involved
  • Messy
  • Less flexible
  • Difficult to keep track of
  • Tough luck if misplaced

To-Do List Apps

Chapter 3

Now this is the first option which is actually useful, and has none of the disadvantage of earlier options

And thanks to smartphones, there is a glut of To-Do List apps lately.

To-Do List Apps are good for managing simple tasks, which are classified as either ‘Done’ or ‘Not done’.

But for complex and technical problems, you need features like Collaboration, Task Progress, Sub-tasks etc..Which these applications lack.


Pros Cons
  • Cool-looking
  • Mobile
  • Handy
  • Perfect for managing personal tasks
  • No Collaboration
  • No Task Progress
  • No sub tasks

Task Management

Chapter 4

Task management systems are a lot more than a mere to-do list.

You have powerful collaboration features built in.

Some of the applications also support Sub-tasks.

You have the advantage of multiple workspaces.

But it lacks handling Bug Tracking / Defect Management.

As your project progresses, you will come across unexpected issues. You need to address them, for the project to be successful.


Pros Cons
  • Collaboration
  • Notes
  • No Bug Tracking
  • No Time Logs
  • No Individual Team Management

Project Management System

Chapter 5

Project Management System is a complex, feature-heavy option.

This is very well-designed and includes almost every feature required on paper

But it is also a costly and tedious option.


Pros Cons
  • Has every feature required
  • Complex to use
  • Requires substantial time to manage
  • May prove costly for small businesses


Remind Me This

So we decided to fill the gap between the “ very easy” and the “very complex”. The result : ‘Remind Me This’.

We had a lot of fun developing it. And think you’ll love it.

While designing ‘Remind Me This’, we had following criteria in mind:


Pros Cons
  • Perfect blend of Task Management and Project Management Systems
  • Pricing is just right for the target audience
  • Easy-to-use
  • No Task Dependencies
  • No Expense Management / Invoicing
  • No File Upload...yet
  • No Third Party Calendar Sync...yet

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