There will be many different tools that support the implementation of the GTD® methodology (i.e. no one tool will handle everything you need). Here are some of the most common ones we come across in our work with clients. We have evaluated these to know their features, benefits, and applicability to the GTD approach. We encourage you to experiment to find what works best for you.
Please contact the software developers listed below for sales and technical support for these programs.
We offer GTD Setup Guides on the software programs listed above. Visit our online store for details.
If you do not see a software option for your platform, please visit our community forums and the Slice of GTD Life recordings and articles on GTD Connect for additional suggestions. And, we are always exploring more tools to enhance our own systems and are happy to share what we find with the GTD community. Please stay tuned!
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All of GTD can be managed in Todoist. Great tutorials online.
Thanks for your suggestion. Does Todoist support GTD fully and using GTD terms (or can it be configured to do so)?
Todoist can be configured to support GTD. That configuration is what our setup guide details. This description page includes links to sample PDFs in letter and A4 sizes.
Wunderlist has been shut down, and Microsoft To Do is now the new tool. It’s quite similar, and would consider it a fair GTD replacement.
I do miss Facilethings – I am a long time passionate user, it fully implements GTD and guides through the process of applying GTD. No other tool comes even close in my perception – and I tried them all.
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