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The World Productivity Report

At Wunderlist our goal is to help you accomplish more, both as an individual, team and business, and this year you’ve been mighty productive! So productive that we have compiled your end of year report - a look at Wunderlist in 2014 by numbers.

This year we reached a massive 10 million users. That’s more than the population of San Francisco, Sydney and Berlin combined!

To-dos created in 2014


If each to-do was written on individual post-it notes they would stretch 57,126 kilometers. The trail would go around the globe more than once.

and completed in 2014


If each to-do took 30 minutes to complete, it would take 1 person 13,942 years, working around the clock to complete them. 13,942 years ago, earth was in the last Ice Age.

A Day on Wunderlist

On any given day from Canada to New Zealand and everywhere in between, you create and complete millions of to-dos.


What’s more, 3 million of you have joined since the launch of Wunderlist 3, just a couple of months ago. That’s enough to fill Wembley Stadium more than 33 times.

Daily Activities

From dusk till dawn Wunderlist helps keep your life in sync. Whether it’s for work, shopping, entertainment, travel or home, explore how the world stays productive over an average day.

  • Work
  • Shopping
  • Entertainment
  • Travel
  • Home


is the most productive day of the week.

Together each Monday you have created more than 1,310,170 and completed more than 979,895 to-dos.

Coming soon

As our community continues to grow, so do our ambitions for Wunderlist. In the new year Wunderlist will work even harder to seamlessly keep your life in sync integrating with your favorite services and products, so that you can simply focus on checking off your to-dos, faster.

Privacy disclaimer:
For the data in this post, we’re not looking at individual to-dos or lists explicitly. We sometimes run anonymized queries against our database to aggregate statistics that does not violate anyone’s privacy. There’s more information about your privacy here.