Todoist Karma Enlightenment

Almost three years ago, I moved to Todoist to man­age my todos and projects.

Today I am thrilled to receive the fol­low­ing email from Todoist.

I only vague­ly know about the Todoist Kar­ma fea­ture. I haven’t tak­en time to explore the Kar­ma fea­ture as it is relat­ed to stats and is tan­gen­tial to how I use Todoist, but I am pleas­ant­ly sur­prised by this snip of the email I received:

you’ve joined just 0.05% of all Todoist users to ever reach Todoist Kar­ma Enlight­en­ment. You should be incred­i­bly proud of this accom­plish­ment – we sure are!

In cel­e­bra­tion of the mind-bog­gling 20335 tasks you’ve com­plet­ed, we’ve gone ahead and unlocked one of Todoist’s crowned jew­els 👑 [Gold theme].

While it’s flat­ter­ing to be offered the exclu­sive theme, I pre­fer the Graphite theme and intend to con­tin­ue with it.

I am not fool­ish to equate the num­ber of com­plet­ed tasks to pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. Still, the email cer­tain­ly made me feel spe­cial as I belong to the tiny per­cent­age of Todoist users to ever achieve that num­ber of com­plet­ed tasks.

I love using Todoist as it helps man­age my life and work. I love the app’s clean design and their com­pa­ny’s long-term view (they have No exit strat­e­gy). I enjoy read­ing their Word­Press blog ambi­tion & bal­ance on which they pub­lish help­ful posts about remote work, writ­ing and pro­duc­tiv­i­ty. Espe­cial­ly, the post titled No Kings: How Do You Make Good Deci­sions Effi­cient­ly in a Flat Orga­ni­za­tion? is one of my favorite posts.

Look­ing for­ward to many more years of orga­niz­ing my life with Todoist.

About Todoist Karma

I just looked up the Kar­ma fea­ture. As their help page says:

As you suc­cess­ful­ly com­plete tasks on time in Todoist, you’ll gain Kar­ma points and achieve new Kar­ma lev­els.

I just checked the Kar­ma tab in my Todoist to find these:


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