Wunderkit basically takes the to-do list schema of Wunderlist to a new level by integrating independent task management with team collaboration. You can have public or private workspaces, which allows all of your project to-do lists to be easily accessible all in one place. Each workspace comes complete with a dashboard, notes and social capabilities (you can instantly communication with co-workers also on Wunderkit). The website shows a few examples of how one might use these project workspaces – from traveling to studying for school to launching a business.
A sample Wunderkit workspace.
I’ve personally been using the Mac version (I’ve yet to get the iPhone app to check out the sync) to help coordinate my blog development efforts. In addition to beefing up this blog and ArtSTALK, I’m planning on launching a few new blogs over the summer and Wunderkit has been a godsend for planning pre-launch stuff – I can do a little a day on each site, and can actually remember to do so because it’s all in front of me. I’ve also yet to use the social option, but I think it will be terrific for coordinating ArtSTALK articles with my writers and co-editors in the future.
As Wunderkit’s beta version was just released in Feb 2012, there are still a few bugs the developers need to work out, but nothing that has hindered my experience so far (odd note formatting, lack of text editing tools, etc.). And what’s really cool is that Wunderkit hopes to eventually serve as a complete productivity platform, meaning that developers can add additional functionality via apps.
Is anyone else out there using Wunderkit and loving it? Or am I totally on the wrong track and should be using some other tool?