Ding Dong
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Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 23 Mar 2014
Oh, I how love this. Built-in ukulele chord diagrams. Share songs via Dropbox to iPad and iPhone. Wish that printing was simpler from the Mac version--some sort of "fit to page" command would be great.
[Version 1.9]


Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 13 Jul 2013
Best I've found so far for getting from ChordPro format to a lead sheet with ukulele chord diagrams. The only downside is that there's no built-in uke chord library. On the upside, once you've used a chord, it's there waiting for you to use again next time, so no big problem.
[Version 1.6.1]


Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 28 Mar 2013
A breath of fresh air. This does a nice job of being a simple task minder that easily expands, if you want it to, to manage projects with subtasks and loads of meta-info.

I do agree with most of the wish-list items of previous reviewers, but I find it to be the task manager that keeps calling me back, despite having used the other big names.
[Version 1.0.4]


Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 22 Oct 2012
Long time OmniFocus user here. Every single time I opened that program up, I'd groan, and die a little inside. Technically sound, it just felt hard to look at, and (especially on the iphone) convoluted to use.

I'm in the early days of The Hitlist, but what a breath of fresh air. To open a task in card view and do some some serious brainstorm writing is great!

Tags and tag filtering--Omni swears we don't need that, and I believed them, till I used them here. Tags are great and easy to use in The Hit List.

Multilevel outlining--another plus.

It's reminding me a bit of the old program InControl, which was basically an outliner with a built-in calendar. That would be a sweet addition to The Hitlist.

But even as is, I'm loving it.
[Version 1.1.2]

Dingdongdaddy commented on 14 Aug 2011
Sound great. Wishing for a trial...
[Version 1.0.0]


Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 31 May 2011
This is my favorite outliner, by far. And now that the price has dropped (still expensive, but definitely more reasonable), I'm off to buy.

It's hard to explain the tree feature, but it makes an outline into a whole new beast. Try it--you'll see that it's either great for you, or not.
[Version 1.7.0]


Dingdongdaddy reviewed on 19 Sep 2010
Works flawlessly. The program inspired me to go and buy a duplexing printer, and wow--the freedom to easily make two-sided, folding booklets is great. I love to print out long PDFs this way. It's mentioned somewhere but worth emphasizing that the program lets you do signature--that is, consecutive booklets--that can be then bound together to form a full book. The instructions even include a nice simple tutorial on a basic binding system. I often will print out a long book this way (to many pages for a single, magazine-style booklet) and then just clip them together with a two big bulldog clips. It looks slick and professional while at the same time nerdy and crafty.
[Version 3.2.2]

Dingdongdaddy commented on 22 Jun 2010
Nice customer service. I reported a bug on Friday (crash on startup) and got an email with a link to the new version on Tuesday. And, yes, the new version fixed the crash.
[Version 2.0.3]

Dingdongdaddy commented on 18 Dec 2009
I love this little program. It's very pretty and very useful. But for me, not $40 useful. $20, yes. $40, no.
[Version 1.4.0]

Dingdongdaddy commented on 09 Nov 2009
This program works flawlessly, has a thousand features, and for the life of me, I can't figure out what to do with it. I know the answer is "it will be what ever you want it to be," but since I don't know what I want it to be, I don't know how to use it. Wish I did because it looks great and works great.
[Version 6.1]

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