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  • #46
    mber the Milk Versus Reminders

    Hi all

    I'm really stuck on this question. So stuck that it is impacting on my GTD. Can anyone advise on Remember the Milk versus IOS reminders? That's my current dilemma.

    What I like about RTM is that I can enter things on the iPhone or through their mobile website on my desktop which I find a little faster.

    I'm attracted to the fact that Reminders is a native app and the easy interaction between it and other iPhone apps like the calendar etc. I'm about a third of the way through the webinar.

    Also, I think I'm about to upgrade to an iPhone 5, or at least a 4S bbecause I want to be able to use Syrie. Does anyone know how it woud o on a third party app such as RTM?

    Any advice appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by Catherinem70 View Post
      Hi all

      I'm really stuck on this question. So stuck that it is impacting on my GTD. Can anyone advise on Remember the Milk versus IOS reminders? That's my current dilemma.

      What I like about RTM is that I can enter things on the iPhone or through their mobile website on my desktop which I find a little faster.

      I'm attracted to the fact that Reminders is a native app and the easy interaction between it and other iPhone apps like the calendar etc. I'm about a third of the way through the webinar.

      Also, I think I'm about to upgrade to an iPhone 5, or at least a 4S bbecause I want to be able to use Syrie. Does anyone know how it woud o on a third party app such as RTM?

      Any advice appreciated.

      Thanks.
      RTM and Reminders are pretty different. It isn't clear to me what your desktop platform is, and that might make a difference. I like the iOS RTM, but their web interface is not for me. On balance, I like Toodledo better than RTM but it is nicer to have a native app on the desktop. You can use Siri with RTM if you pay for a subscription. I'd get a 5, because the 5S or 6 is due "soon."

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      • #48
        Iqtell

        IQTELL. I've only been using it for a couple of weeks, and so far it's working great. I haven't completely implemented GTD yet, but IQTELL seems like it will be a really good tool for it.

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        • #49
          Iqtell

          I am also using IQTELL, even though it is still in beta, what an amazing app. I have all my email accounts set up in it, Evernote, calendars, etc.

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          • #50
            Play2Focus. This is mailbox-like GTD app.

            This is very useful for controlling the priority of tasks.

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            • #51
              Of

              I am using OmniFocus - on Mac and iPad, with occasional (sporadic) use of OmniOutliner on the iPad.

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              • #52
                TaskTask

                I use TaskTask which syncs my tasks (outlook) with my IPhone and IPad. I use the standard calendar on the IPhone/IPad to sync to my work calendar (outlook). I use the same system for both work and personal.

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                • #53
                  Pocket Informant

                  I use pocket informant on iOS... Possibly switching to evernote in a few week, but still not sure about this!

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                  • #54
                    MLO - My Life Organised

                    Great desktop and mobile app (I use android)

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                    • #55
                      Mobile Task/List Manager

                      With my BlackBery Z10, I'm using the native Remember; kind of an Evernote-light.

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                      • #56
                        Deja Office/Companion Link

                        Originally posted by TomasGardstrom View Post
                        I use DejaTasks (part of DejaOffice) synced with Outlook tasks on PC using Companionlink.
                        Me, too. Working well on my BlackBerry Z10.

                        Leslie

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                        • #57
                          I really dislike the Z10's Remember app, so sideloaded the Android Evernote app and use Deja Office/Companion Link to sync with Outlook for tasks, calendar.

                          Leslie

                          Originally posted by gbfree10GTDForum View Post
                          With my BlackBery Z10, I'm using the native Remember; kind of an Evernote-light.

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                          • #58
                            Evernote

                            mobile lists on phone: Evernote (on computer: OmniFocus)

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                            • #59
                              Nozbe

                              Originally posted by mcogilvie View Post
                              I actually found The Hit List to be non-intuitive, and prefer both Things and OmniFocus to it. It's one of the programs I stopped testing after entering only a few test items. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
                              On a PC with Microsoft Exchange. Have you tested Nozbe?

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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by mak View Post
                                On a PC with Microsoft Exchange. Have you tested Nozbe?
                                Yes, but I think it is unwieldy and pricy. I'm not sure what options PC users have- I left windows behind a long time ago.

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