We are excited to announce that we have just joined the Toodledo community as the new owners of Toodledo! (Transition from the previous owners to us began a bit over a week ago.)
We know that there are many long-time, loyal and enthusiastic users of Toodledo, and a change in ownership always brings uncertainty. We understand your frustration with the slow progress and communications from Toodledo over the past year due to understaffing with (and other obligations of) the previous owners.
We are committed to the future of Toodledo. Toodledo has the potential to remain the most flexible and full-featured productivity tool available, and we are completely focused on this vision.
Most importantly: the app, the familiar experience you count on, and your data will not be going anywhere.
We are in the process of getting ramped up on the feature requests that have been made via forums, support tickets, and roadmap.toodledo.com. We recognize that there is a lot of work to be done to continue Toodledo’s growth, while at the same time ensuring that we don’t jeopardize the familiarity, flexibility, and power of Toodledo that you have come to know and love.
As we finalize the transition over the next few weeks, our first and most urgent priority will be resolving the existing support tickets. Since it will take time to get through them, if you have a particularly time-sensitive issue, please feel free to reply on your support ticket to flag it as such.
We will of course be sharing more information soon. You can expect an update with more information by the end of the month.
We know we have a lot of work to do to rebuild confidence in Toodledo and hope that you will give us the chance to prove it to you!
Please reach out to us at email@example.com if you have any questions or thoughts!
The Toodledo service (and corresponding user data) are not getting rolled into any other product, nor is it going to be suddenly changed into something completely different.
Here’s a bit of context on us:
David is one of the product and engineering leaders on the new Toodledo team. Prior to Toodledo, David spent time garnering diverse perspectives from software teams in a variety of organizations, spanning everywhere from small, scrappy sole proprietorships/1-person shops to some of the world’s largest organizations, like Microsoft and Apple.
Pamela is coming to the new Toodledo team to help lead product and engineering. After graduating from the computer science/engineering program at MIT, she worked at Microsoft in a variety of product, software architecture, and engineering roles. Since then, she has worked with super early-stage startups as a CTO and software engineer. In her free time, she loves traveling, puzzle hunts, escape rooms, and snowboarding.
Hasnain is leading the growth and strategy of ToodleDo. Prior to this, Hasnain spent several years implementing core banking software technology across Europe with his own consultancy. In addition to that, he was part of several startups that he helped lift off the ground. When not working, Hasnain loves spending time in nature with his family.
We’re looking forward to working with the Toodledo community!
Hasnain, David, and Pamela