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  • Is there any software written specifically for David Allen's

    Is there any software written specifically for David Allen's GTD System, besides the Outlook addin that The David Allen Company offers?

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    The Gyronix ResultManager package implements GTD for Mindjet's MindManager mind mapping software.

    Katherine

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    • #3
      For opensource types, there are two projects in the planning stage on SourceForge:

      http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtdapp/
      http://sourceforge.net/projects/gtdlists/

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      • #4
        Sure, sort of . . .

        The program Note Studio is a desktop and palm wiki design for general note taking. A set of templates are available that implement GTD.

        I just starting using it, and like it so far. Easy to update and maintain, and highly customizable. I do still use the vanilla Palm calendar and contacts. You can do both of these within Note Studio but there are limitations. The calendar is not a true calendar with multiviews. The contacts in Note Studio (called People) is great for keeping notes on conversations with people and I will probable add some frequently called people to it.

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        • #5
          I have found two very good list managers that run on the PC, Pocket PC, and (in the case of one) SmartPhones:

          Either of them would adapt very easily to the GTD System

          ListPro: http://www.iliumsoft.com/site/lp/listpro.htm

          TreNotes: http://www.fannsoftware.com/DesktopTreNotes.html

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          • #6
            Another great organizer is C-Organizer: http://www.csoftlab.com/C-OrganizerPro.html

            handles:
            -calendar (events)
            -Next actions list
            -contacts (address book)
            -paswords
            -Notes (use for inbox and reference)


            I wish it would sync its data with Outlook.

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            • #7
              Anyone using Outlook for everything?

              Tasks of course can be used for next actions.

              Notes can be used for inbox and reference

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              • #8
                Recently, I've been using Outlook for pretty much everything, with a Palm for portable info. As you'd expect, I use Tasks for my @lists, Notes for all my lists (with one file named Inbox for quick notes), and the Calendar for recording day specific actions. I also use the Contacts but that's more from using it in Outlook for email. For me, it's been working great. I've spent less time updating/synchronizing between Outlook and a planner and been better able to adjust to new situations. It's currently fitting my lifestyle.

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                • #9
                  I'm using Life Ballance from http://llamagraphics.com
                  It's not perfect, but it is the best one if you like to orginize your projects into tree structure.

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                  • #10
                    There is a web application here call Tracks which is supposed to be a GTD application.

                    I haven't actually used it yet because I'm just reading GTD now. I just happened to hear of it because it is written in a web-application framework called Rails that I use in my job.

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                    • #11
                      Tablet GTD

                      For those of you with a tablet PC, there's a bit of software called Tablet GTD.

                      Would be inters td to hear if anyone else has tried the software

                      Link @ www.googy.com

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Unregistered
                        For those of you with a tablet PC, there's a bit of software called Tablet GTD.

                        Would be inters td to hear if anyone else has tried the software

                        Link @ www.googy.com
                        I played around some time with TabletGtD. I've been very enthusiastic in the beginning. I even sent two lengthy emails to googy with bug reports and questions. I have never got any response apart of a short notice. The trial time is very short. Nothing lese happened. Due to these two reasons I uninstalled it. It looked very promising to me, but didn't keep it promises.

                        Your mileage may vary

                        Volker

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