iGTD
iGTD
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iGTD1.4.5.7

28 August 2009

Organize your life by contexts and projects.

Overview

iGTD helps you organize your life by contexts. Organize your life by projects. Drag your files or browser links to iGTD. Synchronize your tasks with your mobile or PDA. Add new tasks via the menu bar submenu. Search your tasks quickly.

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Version 1.4.5.7: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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71 Reviews of iGTD

Ratti
28 August 2009
Version: 1.4.5.7

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Confirmed! iGTD is dead.
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Steven-Goodheart
28 August 2009
Version: 1.4.5.7
There's kind of a nice human story here. Check out: "Welcome Bartek! Welcome iGTD Users" http://culturedcode.com/things/blog/2009/08/welcome-bartek-welcome-igtd-users.html Not to mention: "[Bartek] also requested that we give free Things licenses to everyone who donated to iGTD, and we were very happy to oblige! Everyone who donated will receive an email with one or more free Things licenses, making sure that the value of licenses will exceed the amount of money donated." Although I'm a happy registered user of OmniFocus, I have to say that the new Things 1.2, which already reflects some of Bartek's magic, is very tempting. With someone as talented and innovative as Bartek joining Cultured Codes fine programmers, the future of Things looks bright. I'm going to keep an eye on it in the future.
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Ratti
28 August 2009
Version: 1.4.5.7
Confirmed! iGTD is dead.
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Lopan
07 January 2009
Version: 1.4.5.6
It looks like this excellent program is dead. No updates in over a year. Too bad. It's much better and cheaper than any other GTD program for the mac. I won't pay 50.00 for things and 80.00 for omnifocus?, give me a break. I got 10.5 for less than that.
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Nalts
14 December 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
I use version 1.4.5.6 of iGTD. I've use this program for at least a year and love it. To those that were having problems, go try again. I just check at the developers Web site is up and running fine. http://igtd.pl/iGTD/index.html
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Not-the-water
12 September 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
DO NOT DOWNLOAD!!! Using the suggested F6/F7/F8 keys, or any other hot key, will disable ALL HOT KEY combinations for EVERY app on your computer. Only a full restart will restore those functions. Yay!
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Desert-Celt
23 April 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
This version (1.4.5.6) does not work. Cannot add anything to contexts, tasks or projects. No step-by-step instructions to get started. Buttons don't work. Very poor release.
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Desert-Celt
23 April 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
This version (1.4.5.6) does not work. Cannot add anything to contexts, tasks or projects. No step-by-step instructions to get started. Buttons don't work. Very poor release.
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Xplicit
21 March 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
Whoa, that's professional, download not working, website vanished. Congratulations. The developers of Things hopefully finish their application soon.
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Lopan
17 March 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
Web site is gone. Is program gone as well?
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anonymous-elephant-2404
19 January 2008
Version: 1.4.5.6
I just tried out the version 2 alpha, and I must say that I am really disappointed. I heard a ton of hype about this app to see that it's not very easy to use and has a clumsy, non-OS X like interface. I'd take Mail's Notes and To Dos over this any day.
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Sean8
25 September 2007
Version: 1.4.5.6
This is a terrific little application. The only thing I'd like to see added is a time feature. I have so much due in a given day that I really need to use time instead of days for when things are due.
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Paolo-Tramannoni
15 August 2007
Version: 1.4.5.6
Excellent application. Used after reading David Allen's book, it is a real helper with everyday self-organization. They really work to make life in the office easier. Do yourself a favor, and read the book and use this software.
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Anon-Bud
10 August 2007
Version: 1.4.5.5
Good potential, but too buggy IMHO: 1) All my completed tasks mysteriously disappeared and I can no longer refer to them. 2) Doesn't carry over all fields, esp date due from MailTags. 3) Quirks with contact names. 4) Can't subordinate tasks to other tasks. 5) Doesn't always import bodies of e-mails as it should. 6) No alarms But it's free and does a good job of keeping tasks organized. It also works well with Mail and MailTags (given the above caveat).
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Fabro
21 July 2007
Version: 1.4.5.3
Simply the best, useful and easier to use GTD app for the Mac platform. Thanks a lot!
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Akrobat
21 July 2007
Version: 1.4.5.3
Nice app. I tried it but found I missed integration with other apps such as mail. (MailTags work with this but then you HAVE to use iCal and I use Daylite which also has a very good IGTD feature). The other thing is networking. I use to Macs and it would be nice to see an automatic sync such as in Daylite. Good app, I'll keep an eye on it for the future.
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steelie
29 June 2007
Version: 1.4.5.1
Overall, I love this application... I'm still relatively new to it so I'm sure I'm not using it to it's full potential. Still, I can't believe how many more little tasks I've been able to keep on top of since using this gem. My only frustration with the application lies with the context folders and sub-folders. There should be an option to create folders that won't generate their own @Calendar. Similar to Calendar Groups in iCal, where you cannot add tasks or events to the Group as they are merely for organization of information. I'm not a programer so, I'm not sure how easy any of this would be to implement. However, in my humble opinion, the “contextless” folders should carry over as Calendar Groups in iCal, bringing all individual contexts along them. Creating a folder in iGTD that will not act like a folder in iCal is frustrating.
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Orion-Mk-V
21 June 2007
Version: 1.4.5
Grrrrreeeeeeat!
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Chigh
21 June 2007
Version: 1.4.4
Oh how I wish this were also available for Windows. Then, I could use it at work.
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Aljuk
15 June 2007
Version: 1.4.4
This app is brilliant, and the developer rightly deserves the praise he's getting. I use it constantly. It's rock solid and does exactly what it says on the tin.
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Irulan
14 June 2007
Version: 1.4.4
This is the single most impressive productivity software every released for the Mac - at a price you cannot beat. Right now, I'm considering cancelling my Highrise account some time soon in favour of Address Book and iGTD. Plus, I'm seriously looking forward to the announced professional version. You're one hell of a Mac developer, Bartek!
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Darylf2
13 June 2007
Version: 1.4.4
How this indie developer manages to make so many, substantial updates adding such useful features without sacrificing stability in such a quick fashion amazes me. iGTD is truly superb, and the developer is a huge asset to the Mac community!
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Saggis
11 June 2007
Version: 1.4.3
This program has changed how I go about my life. I was hesitant at first but spent a few minutes getting to grips with it and it's done wonders, it does what a to-do list can't or a schedular is impractial at. And there is still heaps more features for me to learn about to make me even more productive. And a price you can't refuse. You're a legend mate, cheers.
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Bartek-Bargiel
08 June 2007
Version: 1.4.3
hi, in case of any *strange* problems with 1.4.3 (like the one mentioned below) please redownload the release once again - I've made a fix. sorry about problems and thanks :-)
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Maclover1-1
07 June 2007
Version: 1.4.3
Launched fine the very first time... then was unable to launch it again, I trashed everything, preferences and all,.. even tried the previous version from site... still nothing. Too bad, oh well... next.
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Phaleron
06 June 2007
Version: 1.4.3
I have resisted rating this app until one feature was added, which I thought was essential: the showing of enclosed sub-projects in a folder. Today, this feature has become a reality. I have been using iGTD for a little while and it is, in my opinion, the best in its category. Amazingly, it is also free. A big thanks to the developer.
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Amalgamated-Inc
31 May 2007
Version: 1.4.2.1
this whole "contexts" thing is stupid. ALL I do is WORK. one context period.
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Zazzle
28 May 2007
Version: 1.4.2
after 1.4.2 updated, it wouldn't restart. turns out the binary at iGTD.app/Contents/MacOS/iGTD has the wrong permissions. doing `chmod 755 iGTD` from the terminal fixes it.
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Slob
28 May 2007
Version: 1.4.1.1
I have to add to the stars here - this really is the gtd app to use right now. For example, synchronizing with iCal is now even better - you can change the pref to 'sync with flagged items' and cut down a full todo list to something more practical when isyncing to your phone. No stability issues at all. Simple but comprehensive customization options, a good range of prefs, and it looks good too (ok, the icons could use some pro input..) - but this is a 5 star app all the way. I've become a lot more cautious with paying for software over time but donated with this update ($20) and consider that a fine deal, and the developer is obviously putting a lot of good work into iGTD. Go for it.
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Adam-Simpson
17 May 2007
Version: 1.4.0.1
Awesome program, it replaces schoolhouse and check off. At first I didn't want to take the time to learn the GTD method but it's very simple and works very well. Awesome program.
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Dragonfist
16 May 2007
Version: 1.4.0.1
I love this application, it helps a lot keeping on top of different projects. One additional "feature" I would love to have would be the option to show the remaining time until the due date. Just so I can see on one glimpse how long I still have. Thanks a lot for providing us with this app!
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Chris-Reed
16 May 2007
Version: 1.4
1.4 continues to improve. Better use of screen real estate. Manually ordered list and 'next action' now available to work more GTD style. This release is very stable for me. Best app of it's kind imho, works for me. Developer is very responsive with a great forum and website.
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supernitin
21 April 2007
Version: 1.3.5
This is horribly unstable!!! Beware! I just spent hours putting a courses load of assigment and due dates into this application and was ready to migrate from kGTD. It is now all gone! This happened with an earlier version as well. It would be great if they spent more time on making this stable instead of adding more bells and whistles.
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Skyhorse
20 April 2007
Version: 1.3.5
This is an incredible application. I've used commercial products of this type for years, am familiar with most of them, and migrated to this one for Monday morning this week. In the week since, I've worked literally hundreds of items (I run HR systems operations for a U.S. Federal agency with dozens of facilities around the world), and use this application as the core of my operations management as I did its predecessors. It is clearly the best of the lot. It has the highest information density (most data in the least space) I've seen--and doesn't seem to slow down with volume of data, at least so far. I'm tracking numerous projects and contexts with it, and it's done very well for me. I had tested it over the last couple of weeks and had data disappear on me, but the (near) daily updates have apparently taken care of that, as I've lost nothing since (I back up regularly regardless). I have top notch developers of my own, but I can't imagine how IGTD's developer has the time to do the incredible amount of work each of these versions entails. How many people are working on this thing, anyhow? One added feature I'd love to see given the fact that I track not only my own work but tasks I assign others in this is a category for Assigned To, so I could sort by Context, Project, or Assigned To. It would make this a good management tool as well as personal task tracker then. I write a PDF of the completed items at the end of the week to archive separately as completed actions, so it would be helpful there to have a category for Assigned To as well. I'd also like to have the option to be able to archive structured data (say a week's worth of completed tasks) similarly in the event that I needed to retrieve information on something done in past months or years though, since I expect to be using this application for years to come. That way I could delete them and not eventually clog the database. If they were accessible separately (even as text, and not in the regular IGTD DB), that would be best as I could put a retrieved item next to current status on the screen. A truly exceptional product by an exceptionally talented, productive, and responsive developer. This is the kind of software that literally drops Window users' jaws, and makes it a joy to be using a Mac.
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Deathaxe
14 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4.2
Excellent software! However, the icons could be better. I created a replacement toolbar icons set based on Matt Ball's DevIcons. You can find/download the set here: http://www.justincomparable.com/blog/2007/04/13/igtd-replacement-icons/
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JoolsMac
10 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4.1
Blimey! I spend more time downloading the daily(?) updates to iGTD than I do actually using it!! It's great that it gets updated so often, but a pain in the neck to keep on top of. Please can you seriously consider implementing Sparkle - the application self-updating module? http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/20366 Thanks!!
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Cletus
10 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4.1
I was glad to see a nice review on 43Folders by Merlin. This is turning into a really good product and without a lot of fluff. Bartek is quite the programmer. Not only coding fast with the updates, but acurately as the program just works or he fixes it pronto. Thanks for the program.
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William-Henderson
09 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4
Does anyone else find the toolbar icons in this program extremely stressful?
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Kaidoh
08 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4
Uff, I finally found the time to try this out. I entered about 30 tasks in different projects and different contexts. I hit 'Sync' and everything disappeared! All tasks were gone. And they didn't show up in iCal. What is going on? Is anybody else experiencing this sort of problems?!
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pedrotaquelim
08 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4
Ok, I decided today... I'm going to try to use iGTD as my personal organizer. :-) Because week after week this is becoming more and more complete and bug free. Thank you very muchs for your great work! p.s. This GTD app (Wath todo) is also very simple to use and well done, but it's pricey... shame... http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/24074/what-todo
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Geoffrey-Hutchison
08 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4
I think this program looks really good, but have been intimidated to really review it thoroughly because of the constant updates. Please consider adopting the Sparkle auto-update library. Then users would simply be prompted on launch to update or ignore particular versions.
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Mischivo
08 April 2007
Version: 1.3.4
I think, much like someone else has suggested, that you should implement that protocol that allows the program to download and update itself, instead of us having to open our browsers and do the manual work. It would sure make the process of updating less annoying, considering how frequently you update (which is rather commendable).
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Realmerlyn
07 April 2007
Version: 1.3.3
"completed" tasks still show up in iCal. those should probably stop syncing.
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Chris-Reed
07 April 2007
Version: 1.3.3
A great little app that has genuinely helped me 'get things done'. Developer is responsive and the app is moving on but not becoming over engineered. It is in cocoa which makes it integrate easy with mac apps (similar apps are java), it doesn't require you to organise things how it wants, it is fast to input, uses drag and drop and keyboard shortcuts and integrates seemlessly with iCal. I use it with iCal, MenuCalenderClock and my Blackberry and it forms a hub to link these all together, in the office and out. THIS IS WHAT MAC APPS/DEV ARE ALL ABOUT.
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Orion-Mk-V
06 April 2007
Version: 1.3.3
Very nice "lite" project/todo app and you can't beat the price.
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Alanr
05 April 2007
Version: 1.3.2
I've looked at or tried several GTD apps and this is the best by a long shot. This latest version with Smart Folders implemented is very significant. With some small enhancements to the Smart Folders (Date Range, Priorities, for example) the possibilities of the app seem endless. I think Bartek should find an alternative (non PayPal) method for accepting contributions.
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wpdv
05 April 2007
Version: 1.3.2
I am most impressed with the simplicity of iGTD, and its integration with AddressBook and iCal. The developer has been extremely responsive to ideas and feature requests. For 22 years now I have used macs to run my business, I can count on one hand the applications I really enjoy using, iGTD is one of them. iGTD is maturing rapidly. There are certainly kinks to work out, some polish to add, but it is stable enough to use now. Keep an eye on this developer. You will see great things from this young man. -Patrick
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hced
02 April 2007
Version: 1.3.1.1
I have a request for iGTD: - An option to not show iGTD in the Dock and Application Switcher. In my opinion, there is no reason to show it there, since it already (and quite conveniently) resides in the status menu bar. Having it in the Dock/App Switcher makes is somewhat redundant and "in the way", so to speak. I know there is a tool called Dockless, which can do what I want, but I really prefer not to use that program, since it's buggy and appears to be abandoned as a program.
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Strandmat
01 April 2007
Version: 1.3.1
I just started looking into this GTD application (1.3.1) .... but "wow" would be an understatement. Congratulations! After spending time with ThinkingRock, Midnight Inbox and OmniOutliner+KinklessGTD - iGTD actually is the only one that feels right. I must admit I'm not yet ready to transfer all from Omni into iGTD, but I'll start doing it for a particular project and see how it works out. You've already won the hearts. Nice work!!
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Surfsurf
01 April 2007
Version: 1.3
iGTD looks very nice, congratulations to the author. There are some bugs though that let me go argh. In projects view, you cannot change the priority of a task by clicking on the numbers. When searching in the included address book view results in one contact only, clicking on the contact will not transfer that name to the task. You have to delete the search term or make it wider so that it matches more than one contact, then you can click on the name again to transfer it to the task. The app beeps on my for every letter I type into the tags or contacts field. Is this a hint of a forthcoming completion for these fields
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Phaleron
31 March 2007
Version: 1.3
I think iGTD is shaping up quite, and the developer seems to be diligent and hard-working. I have had a couple of complains for a while but have waited, hoping to see them fixed in the interim. They are: 1. The application "calls home" upon startup without warning, or a preference setting to turn it off. 2. I have never been able to use the "link" field, whether to insert a URL, or a local file path. The field is just not clickable.
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Realmerlyn
31 March 2007
Version: 1.3
I'm starting to like the looks of this, but before I can commit to it, I need to make sure I'm not putting my data into a "secret" database. Can you assure us that you'll either (a) open source your code, or (b) provide an export facility so we can get our data back out?
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Mgrimes
24 March 2007
Version: 1.2.1
With the frequency you're releasing updates, please consider using Sparkle (http://sparkle.andymatuschak.org/) or SparklePlus (http://ironcoder.org/blog/2006/06/14/sparkle-plus/)
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Blodwyn
23 March 2007
Version: 1.2.1
Looks really good. Any chance there could be an option or a toggle to hide actions with due dates in the future? I prefer not to see future actions unless I want to take a quick look and depress myself :-(
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Mgrimes
23 March 2007
Version: 1.2
Awesome! -- Quick comment about kb naviation: would definitely like to see Shift-Apple-ArrowKeys get replicated as Shift-Apple-{} because having to use the arrow keys on a MBP and probably any other Mac means ensuring that my right hand is moved off the keyboard for the most part. If you're really into keyboard navigation you'll find the latter more comfortable as your right hand will not move.
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Jmad
22 March 2007
Version: 1.1.8
This product is great! I just downloaded it and it is easy to use and syncs well with iCal and will most cetainly help me keep my projects organized and myself on task.
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hced
20 March 2007
Version: 1.1.6
Here's a wicked (?) thought: How about Jon and Bartlomiej (Actiontastic / iGTD developers respectively) teamed up? Instead of working on two different (and free) apps, intended for the same purpose. I'm certainly not a GTD boffin, but to me, the concept and layout of Actiontastic and iGTD do not look too divergent. Still, of course, I somehow realize why there would be an understandable reason not to consolidate these projects, judging from the developers' standpoints. I'm not sure how easy it would be to just let go of (or reform beyond recognition) something that one spent countless sleepless hours to come up with... Just a thought (or wish, I should say). I find the idea especially intriguing, since it would be great to see something truly potential, yet free/donationware, hold its ground against the forthcoming GTD app (habanero) cooking at OmniGroup's.
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iGaucho
20 March 2007
Version: 1.1.6
Thank you for fixing the icon. This is quickly becoming an app that I think I can use on a regular basis and is gaining a more professional feel. Now an auto-update feature (i.e. Sparkle) is the next biggest feature that we need to keep up with all these updates! Thanks for all your hard work.
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hced
19 March 2007
Version: 1.1.5
. To the developer: This is not highly important, but the application icon appears to be a little jagged around the edges. On your website, there's a .png version of the icon, that is a lot smoother. You can easily convert .png's to .icns icons with for instance, Iconverter (available on MacUpdate). Thanks!
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Espiridion
17 March 2007
Version: 1.1.3
It's great to have another software alternative for incorporating GTD. I have nothing but praise for the author. He is very responsive and is providing this useful application for Mac users, and not charging a dime. I think that eventually people will be able to donate. Regarding the software itself, it's NOT a good GTD implementation IMO, and here's why: 1. The interface is not ‘fool-proof' It allows many mistakes. For example, I placed 2 tasks in my Inbox. Both are emails I need to write. I have to select my @Email context, but pressing the Up or Down Arrow processes and closes the task without warning and without allowing me to enter any other information, such as Priority (which by the way I seldom use). While this was only a brief test, I'm not comfortable with using the program when I'm dealing with dozens of tasks, dozens of contexts, and a handful of projects. A slip of the finger and it's time to go and look for the task. Not to mention that accidentally hitting ‘Delete' will remove the item without any confirmation. 2. Entering information is time consuming. I would prefer a drop-down list with my contexts and projects. Instead, I have to navigate through all my projects and contexts in order to choose the appropriate one. Again, this is not a big deal with just a few projects and contexts, but for me it's very inconvenient. 3. No option regarding Delegated items. 4. No option for ‘Waiting For' items 5. No reporting options. Let's say that I want to see all the tasks I delegated to Joe Schmoe, related to project X. Or that I want a printout of all the items I have pending with my boss. I downloaded the first version of this program and before I got to try it 3 new versions had come out. I think that labeling the software as beta or release candidate would be a better option. In GTD it is imperative that you have a system you can trust. This is NOT such a system. At least not yet. I waited until now to try 1.1.3 and based on the previous review I expected to be impressed. I'm not. Perhaps this will eventually be a great application, and I wish the author all the luck in the world. I'll keep on using ThinkingRock, which is what I always do after trying GTD software. That one has been the only one I've used that truly follows Allen's approach and enables me to actually Get Things Done.
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Celestialwarrior
17 March 2007
Version: 1.1.3
Why do you release a new version of this app nearly every bleeding day?!
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Scott-Winklebleck
16 March 2007
Version: 1.1.2
Bargiel is working on a truly magical piece of software. Each update brining smarter implementation of David Allen's GTD method. I've tried all the GTD apps on MacUpdate and none filled all my needs. It seemed like all were about 75% of what I need. Some had features that others did not, some did things better than others, but no one really owned the show. I think iGTD passes them all, and is not slowing down. Some may be prettier or flashier, or have that one cool thing it does, but from start to finish, iGTD hits every mark. Future updates may bring a prettier interface, but that is the last of my worries. I want an app that wows me with what is does, not how it looks. Never have I had such a great relationship with a developer of software that will vastly improve my day to day work flow. To the Dev: Thank you Bargiel for your commitment to a great application I understand that you started off "to have some fun with Mac OS/Cocoa programming" but you far exceeded that. To potential users: do yourself a favor and use this app, grow with it, don't be discouraged by the amount of updates this week, I have had no problems upgrading to each, and look forward to the things I'll find in it. And definitely read Davis Allen's book, otherwise you'll just have a fancy todo list and will be treading water.
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Follerec
16 March 2007
Version: 1.1.2
With Actiontastic being released as Free and Open Source software... maybe it would be best to join forces with that project's developer(s) and make a really grand GTD app? Two free GTD apps that might do the same thing in almost the same way seems like a waste of effort to me. And if my comment is out-of-line... then just ignore it... and keep up the good work!
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iGaucho
16 March 2007
Version: 1.1.1
Does this have support for the Missing Sync? The developer's page mentions PDA syncing, but it sounds like it only works with iSync.
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hced
16 March 2007
Version: 1.1.1
Quicksilver plugin?! Now, that is the right kind of thinking. Go, go, go, Bartlomiej Bargiel! Things are really starting to flower, in this app.
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Cletus
15 March 2007
Version: 1.0.9.1
This is a wonderful piece of software. I have tried a lot of other "GTD" software and always dumped them as one spent so much time entering information, it was more time consuming than the purpose it was meant for. While there are still things being added to this, and I myself have suggested some items, it is definitely useable just as is. This does it all! I never was going to even the Omni "No it's not vaporware, but its not available either" GTD app because it is probably expensive. Too many alternative coming out right and left and for free. iGTD may be the one that draws the hanger ons and waiters from Omni. The developer is responsive. Syncing works without a hitch with iCal, and for once, you do not have to spend time learning it. Simple to use. Truly Mac interfaced. I mean it just works, and if it doesn't you submit a recommendation. And of course it is free. Something the developer may wish to change.
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Tfindlay
15 March 2007
Version: 1.0.9.1
This app is just what I need to keep track of my somewhat eclectic collection of tasks. It actually helps me get stuff done because I don't have to spend time organizing things; iGTD does this for me. Also, the developer is really responsive to feedback. I sent a couple of suggestions and he implemented them almost immediately. I keep iGTD running all the time now and refer to it constantly.
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Sean8
15 March 2007
Version: 1.0.9.1
I love this little app. I've been searching for a meaningful ToDo list application for some time trying many out. This app fits my needs and I don't even know GTD.
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Enrico-Nencini
14 March 2007
Version: 1.0.7
Very nice, still needs some work. One thing i would love is the ability to copy a group of tasks from one project and paste them into another (i often have projects involving the same tasks, so i could build a sort of "template"). Keep it up
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Slob
14 March 2007
Version: 1.0.7
Still checking it out but for freeware I can't see any reason to complain about iGTD. Its iCal syncing works well both ways (unlike Actiontastic which can mess up iCal) & it's easy enough to get around. Due dates need more, but so far so good.
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Kevin-Mckenna
13 March 2007
Version: 1.0.7
Holy cow! That's 4 or 5 updates to this app today! Are there any more coming? I haven't used this app much yet, but I must say this: it's not that attractive. The wells-within-wells look is pretty ugly. Dev, I would suggest a refined look.
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Gregsgraphics
11 March 2007
Version: 1.0.2
There is a GREAT need in my opinion for a GOOD piece of software to easily and efficiently implement the GTD methodology. Right now, there is really only one as far as I've found. I tried kGTD and found out about all the bugs and inconsistencies that their forum was filled with. I am currently using ThinkingRock (http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/22449). If it had a 'real' Mac UI, it would be just about perfect. I wish I discovered it before dropping $70 on OmniOutliner Pro (not to discount that app itself). This program (it seems) allows you to get all of your contexts, projects, and tasks listed... now what? There's nothing after that. If I finish an action, I want it to go away to a completed area or tab. Then, the app should show me what's next. I should be able to go to a calendar day (iCal syncing?) and say, "OK, what am I knocking out today?" Anyway, this app is a good start. I will be keeping an eye on it. As far as it being a complete GTD package though, it's not ready for prime time.
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