Remember The Milk Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Remember The Milk

Manage your tasks

4.34/5 (41 reviews)

Remember The Milk Pricing

Starting from: $25.00/year

Pricing model: Free, Subscription

Remember The Milk will always have free accounts available. You can upgrade to a Pro account for only $25 for a year, and receive a bunch of extra benefits.

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Remember The Milk Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • It is easy to use and has great mobility connectivity. The support team is also always there to help you with anything you need, anytime.Jeff S.Read the full review
  • Great todo software that balances simplicity with great flexibility.Jeff S.Read the full review
  • Not worth the money, free options do much more and do it better.Melanie E.Read the full review
Cons
  • It is hard to find the different functions on each list unless you become more familiar with it.DENISE L.Read the full review
  • NOTE: I am a beta tester for Remember the Milk via their Pro program. That means I pay for their service and in return I get to opt-in to the beta version.Smokie L.Read the full review
  • The mobile app is very slow and lags most of the times and it doesn't feel like a real native application. The UI is really bad and seems very old kind of design.Verified ReviewerRead the full review
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6 reviewers had the following to say about Remember The Milk's pricing:

Rob Tìgeir

Easy recording of tasks with subtasks, tags and lists including magic auto created lists.

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-03-25
Review Source: Capterra

Task management across devices with the ability to give tasks to others.

Pros
Well priced and integrates with the things I need it to in a small organisation. Simple enough to introduce to colleagues.

Cons
Glacial development pace. Email import of lists doesn't work from G Mail(!) if the task is too many characters and they don't think this is a problem worth fixing. "Use a different email client". The method of marking tasks as done is a bit confusing. The integrations work but they need to go further for this to be useful in larger organisations. No team management, you have to buy "gift" subscriptions for your colleagues.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Anonymous

Solid and Reliable

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-11-28
Review Source: Capterra

I love Remember the Milk! For a long time, I used the free version but switching to the Pro (paid) version has been worth the price - the ability to sync with my android app is amazing.

Pros
I've tried all sorts of productivity apps and I keep coming back to Remember the Milk. It's simple and yet robust - has a lot of different features (tags, postpone, priorities, subtasks, colours, smart lists, locations, etc). Highly customizable.

Cons
I wish it would have a calendar integration with Google Calendar - that's the only thing that's really lacking.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Anonymous

Great task management tool with a host of features.

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-09-24
Review Source: Capterra

Simple task management and increased productivity along with loads of features and integrations.

Pros
Task management is something that an effective tool can simplify and RTM is the tool that I have used for some time to handle this. The number of features available is extensive, some of my favorites are: 1) Easily attach files from Google Drive. As a GSuite user, this is essential and allows me to manage tasks and keep the necessary documents, photos etc. in one place. 2)Desktop Smart Add Tool. Keep lists updated and quickly add new items on the fly. 3)Powerful search terms and shortcuts. They have the feel of gmail search terms and shortcuts so this should feel natural to a gmail user. 4) Subtasks, tags... There are many many more features that make this a great task management tool.

Cons
For the full version, the subscription price is a little steep. If you are not an advanced user, searching and sorting through tasks can be a bit cumbersome as your lists grow.

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Likelihood to recommend: 9/10

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Kornelia Getler

Best to-do app

Used occasionally for free trial
Reviewed 2019-08-28
Review Source: Capterra

Pros
- creating lists and sublists is very easy and satisfying - create tags, categories, smart list with keywords, due dates - fast to manage, especially if you know the shortcuts - easy navigation - low costs: all you need is in the free version

Cons
The tool is so free and very simply, so there is not many cons. I only wish I could intergrate it with my Google Calender.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Melanie Evans

Not worth the money, free options do much more and do it better

Used occasionally for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-07-10
Review Source: Capterra

Few. It was unsuitable for the use it was to be put to and the project it was being used in conjunction with only proceeded after switching to an alternative software in the same niche.

Pros
Very little. A client asked me to make use of this software to collaborate on a project but of all the collaboration software I have used I have found this to be the least helpful and certainly way overpriced.

Cons
The price. Considering the gold standard in this niche (in my opinion) offers a very robust free version paying $ just to access basic functionalities borders on the obscene. The only way you can fully collaborate with another user is to upgrade to pro and there is nothing this software offers that Asana does not that would ever make such an expenditure worth it.

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Likelihood to recommend: 2/10

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Nathan Sichilongo

A versatile todo app that has loads of functionality and compatibility

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-05-22
Review Source: GetApp

Pros
RTM is one of the oldest todo apps that are out there, it is versatile and built for people who like to tinker. Having used several other todo apps, I find that RTM covers most of the most important things 1) Integration with Calendars - You are able to display tasks on calendars like Google, Apple and others. Many other apps do not have this function and come with their own calendar. For someone who constantly alternates between apps, being able to see what tasks are due in every app I use is a Godsend. 2) Apps everywhere. RTM has apps for every platform, even BB10. The cool thing its multi platform friendly and this is huge. Sure the apps could be way better but having apps for every platform is great 3) App flexibility - RTM has the ability to sync tasks from other apps like Evernote, IFTT, Zapier and others is also great, as sometimes I have a reminder in another app that I need to sync to RTM. One thing I must applaud RTM for is their functionality across platforms and apps, without saying too much. 4) Smart syntax is a feature I just started using, and it is good to say nonetheless. Being able to deal with a task with my keyboard is just great.

Cons
Remember The Milk isn't without its flaws. 1) RTM's task lists can sometimes feel very cluttered on the desktop and mobile apps, there are color codes but if the mobile apps could display tasks by day, week and month it would be great. If information could be broken down by when it is due and into specific categories, it would be great. 2) While it is a great todo app, the price for the pro feels a bit higher than it should be. I understand that there are a boatload of features but if there were better pricing plans, it would help a great deal rather than a one size fits all. 3) Again on the upgrade to pro, to get the most functionality out of RTM, you need a pro account. If you are testing the app, there is no free trial to give it a go, you have to fork out the money, which may be a deal breaker for some. 4) You can display tasks from RTM on calendars, but you cannot check those tasks off unless you do it in the RTM app. For Evernote the vice versa function is there but its not there for other apps.

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Likelihood to recommend: 8/10

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