Todoist’s Smart Schedule feature predicts deadlines for your tasks
People heavily involved in the business world or people that just like to have their things nice and tidy might be familiar with Todoist. Even if it offered a pretty solid amount of control over your appointments and fixtures, the new feature which was recently unveiled will boost the app’s efficiency tenfold.
We’re talking about an AI-operated feature that will help people organize and set up their deadlines. The function is called Smart Schedule, and the basic idea behind it is how it analyses your behavior and the way you tend to approach deadlines and come up with the best possible solution to approach it with.
Smart Schedule will take in information from various sources to know how productive or lazy you are and also what kind of projects you are more likely to get more involved in. Like mentioned before, the whole feature is based on AI, and the more it gets to know you, the more accurate the deadlines it will be able to provide.
The projects for which the app will come up with favorable deadlines for will be sorted based on the importance and nature of the project. Smart Schedule will be able to determine said importance by analyzing data collected from other Todoist users. Using this data anonymously will help the deadline feature recognize that, for example, turning in a report is more urgent than attending an event.
This is, of course, an optional feature, meaning that if you are not happy with the deadlines proposed by the app, you are free to select another deadline for your project manually. That being said, the new Smart Schedule feature is available right now.
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