I have switched from Wunderlist to Trello, Trello is much more better, but with a big lack: no offline MacOs App (as Wunderlist had).
All the Trello Apps in the MAc App Store don't sync cards that have been added while computer has been online. This is a big problem, you even don't know that the card will disappear next time you relaunch the app. This is definitely against the spirit of GTD: you need a relayable inbox .
It could even be OK if you cannot edit/move cards.
Just a offline working inbox...
On the other hand, Wunderlist manages very well offline modus, never lost any list item. So this should net be to complicated...
For me, working offline on the laptop (windows) is an absolute condition for changing to Trello, and it seems to be lacking still. Love all the functionability (attachments, e-mails and what not), but I will often use Trello as a personal kanban without a team. Sometimes I'm offline with my laptop, where there is no network. So, please add this with no delay - you can even mark it as an option at my own peril to disencourage users. Please send me an e-mail when you have added this offline option in the windows app as I will stay away before that.
I recently downloaded the desktop app and thought it was going to be available offline. No such luck! That was disappointing. So the desktop app is just another way to access the website instead of Chrome, which doesn't mean much to me...I am fine using the Trello online, so not sure how this is a benefit having a "desktop" version. Please make available offline!!! Like Evernote and Workflowy.
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