I'm looking for a free/opensource todo webapp that I can host myself and that provides a good user experience on a phone. I didn't find any for now. First there were myToDoListPHP by Antonio Lupetti ...
I'm searching for a good, web based GTD(Getting Things Done)-App. Currently i'm using OmniFocus for Mac, iPhone and iPad. But i want a solution where i can switch my devices or work completely ...
I know I can create a permalink to a GMail conversation, and I can pop out a conversation in a new window. What I'd like to do is combine the two. With the GTD software I am using, I like to add ...
I'd like to see a built-in Inbox list where recurring task cards appear on que. Eventually forwarding email from whatever email client you like to a trello address can send a card to the Inbox. ...
Does anyone know a tool similar to Todoist but that is 100% free? The Todoist add-in for Outlook is very good but the free version is good for almost nothing. The premium is $3 per month and very ...
Is there any way to make the “starred” section in gmail's priority inbox show both unread and read messages that are starred?
I'm a big fan of priority inbox, especially since it gives you sections just like the multiple inboxes lab. However, the sections in priority inbox are not as flexible. I've setup my priority inbox ...
Is there any website where I can plan every hour of the day and also assign the task to a category to see how much time is spent on each category
I'm interested in hearing how people have used Google's tools, in particular Tasks and Calendar, in the context of Getting Things Done or a similar system.
I'm starting to use GTD, mostly the manual way (e.g. pen and notebook). Are there useful web applications out there for helping you stay on top of things? It need not be specifically for GTD, but I'm ...
How can I use Evernote to GTD, or should I use a separate task manager for that? What would you suggest?