How disappointed would you be if you could never use Twos? . Very disappointed 42%. People. Realtors, ADD, type A. Busy people that want organization in their daily lives. People who manage their own businesses/schedules. Basic iPhone and iPad users. 20-30 year olds. People who are good at thinking of things they want to do but then forget. People who think it's important to “remember“ their histories, experiences, memories, times with others, etc. Business professionals and students. everyone young and old. Folks with ADHD (like me) or other neurotypes that make them forget things easily and/or benefit from creating lists to externalize muddled thoughts. Main benefit. Remember things to do. Remember things I did. To do lists. Making lists of things. Its a good way to keep track of tasks and events in one place. Daily notes and task management. I use it as a journal. Helps me type out my thoughts and memories. Better organization and productivity on weekends. Having a single organized, searchable place I can record history, experiences, memories, times with others, etc. Organization. daily notes. I have a list/diary app that I don't have to pay a subscription for (I would be fine with a one-time fee) and can sync with the web version on my desktop!!!!!! it's seriously crucial that I can use it on both. Improve. More intuitive (bigger icons). Share extension in iOS. A quick login password. Passcode of 4 digits maybe. I liked the tutorial. Periodic tutorials would be helpful. Continue to improve the user experience, more functionality, etc. Home page was a big upgrade; the underlying tech is already excellent. I'd say continuous interface updates based on feedback. damn but it's already been improved so much!! tbh every time you make updates, I feel like the experience improves even though I can't always remember what's different lol. I would just say stick with your gut and do what makes sense :) all the functional streamlining you've done so far has been gr8, so maybe some more consolidating options into small windows? Somewhat disappointed 52%. People. Type A. Project managers. Corporate america. Parents. People that don’t work in an office setting. People that are on the go doing sales or moving from job site to job site. Busy people. Bullet journal users with a digital bent. Busy Business People. Entrepreneurs. people who are all-in on gmail. People who like to be organized! Main benefit. Organize thoughts. Quickly write things down on my desktop. Scheduling my week. Easy to navigate. Keeping organized. Organizing lists and notes by dates in a way that’s accessible from all platforms. Ready to Go! Reminders and lists. Organization with personal life (upcoming dates, things to remember - birthdays, grocery lists, books I want to read, etc. Improve. Can't convert from paper. Can be finckey when marking things as complete. Not every to do is tied to a date so would like the opportunity to just have one general to do. Maybe something cool when you close out a task to make you feel like you accomplished something. Similar to Monday. What I like about the UI is it’s simplicity and utility. However it feels a bit rough and unpolished, with small irritations like the transition animation being opposite what you’d expect etc. I think there is a lot of room for raising the bar here. Link Users Easily & Update. If recent list was strictly lists and not also previous days. I need something more integrated with life and less like a tacked on afterthought. Add a highlight feature, ability to hyperlink, add customizations - I.e., fonts, color variations for text, etc. Not disappointed 5%. People. those that do not already have a method of tracking tasks and to do lists. Main benefit. I got the opportunity to try a new method of tracking tasks and to do lists. as of now, I'm not ready to make the switch to Twos. Improve. I would like to see integration with Google. Personally, I share tasks, reminders, and to-dos with my spouse via google's suite of products. We mainly use gmail(knowledge and information), gsheets(checklists), and google calendar(reminders and events). I feel that we would be more likely to use twos if it allows us to more easily share knowledge, create checklists, and create events within our google ecosystem.