This gem sends your Fat Free CRM tasks to your existing Wunderlist account using Action Mailer.
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Fat Free Wunderlist

This gem can only be used on an existing Fat Free CRM application

Using an after_filter on the Task controller, this gem will send your task to your existing Wunderlist account. It sends the task using Action Mailer (email) directly to your Wunderlist inbox or a specific list. Wunderlist allows posting tasks through emails, and the process is described on this blog post.


Here are some of the features in this release:

  • Important Tasks - Tasks due "As Soon As Possible" or "Today" will be flagged as important.
  • User Specific - Each user can use their Wunderlist account.
  • Post to a List - Just supply the list in the initializer file, and all tasks will be added to that list.
  • Flags Assets - If the task involves an account, contact, opportunity, etc, then the asset name and type is added to the Wunderlist todo.


Since we are using the email approach, you will not be able to update or delete tasks added to your Wunderlist account through your Fat Free CRM. You will need to manage them in your Wunderlist account. Also, this gem only supports one Wunderlist account and list per user.


Requirements for this release:

  • Ruby 1.9.2 or later.
  • Rails 3.0 or later.
  • Fat Free CRM 10.0 or later.
  • A Wunderlist Account


Note: Before installing, please make sure you setup Action Mailer in your Fat Free CRM application. You can find more information at

Add the gem to your Gemfile and run the bundle command to install it.

gem 'fat_free_wunderlist', :git => ''

Run the generator for Fat Free Wunderlist:

rails generate fat_free_wunderlist:install

Now change the settings in config/initializers/fat_free_wunderlist.rb file that was generated. The Hash is keyed to the for the specific user.

	1 => {
		:wunderlist_email => '',
		:wunderlist_list	=>	''

Here are your options:

  • wunderlist_email - the email address used on your Wunderlist account Required
  • wunderlist_list - the list you want to add all tasks to. If you leave it empty, it will be delivered in your inbox



Questions or problems? Please post them on the issue tracker. You can contribute changes by forking the project and submitting a pull request. You can ensure the tests passing by running bundle and rspec.

This gem is created by Johnathan Pulos and is under the MIT License.