I have long used Omnifocus (OF) and I still do, for private things, but not for work. In that sense GTD is not for me, I want those areas separated and they demand different functionalities in a task-management app anyway. So I migrated my work projects to Organize Pro (OP). It is positioned between the likes of OF and true project management software. In terms of features it has everything but the kitchen sink, including a number of true project management tools you only find in expensive specialised software.
I implemented my own workflow and projects in OP and was reasonable happy with that, until they populated the already busy UI with thin, badly readable or greyed-out fonts and then dumbed down the prefs so I could not change them into something more readable anymore.
At the same time I realised that so much of OP’s functionality was about managing complexity and implementing control, extensive, granular control. But I do not need so much control and micromanagement, I want to develop and create. I need an app where I can bring my projects and task lists together with relevant content: meeting minutes, results of actions, observations, ideas, future plans, notes on project progress, important emails and other relevant information. I want to see that information in an organised way and at project level, not just crammed into a barebones text field at task level, like in so many apps.
Enter Pagico 8, with its unique datacontainer and workspace approach and its fantastic timelines, I have been looking for an app with that functionality for years. And Pagico has this spectacular UI, that interface is so elegant and effective, the people who designed it should get an industry reward.
Of course Pagico 8 has a bit of learning curve as it is different from the average run-of-the-mill todo app, but the help info on the website is quite good and the devs respond to questions quickly.
So is it perfect? No, of course not, no app is. Pagico 8 works just fine, but as always there is room for some further tweaking and development. From the blog at the Pagico website you can conclude that the app has a long history and that it is actively developed.