Eric Wright
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Eric_66ead92c commented on 31 Jan 2014
I purchased this last year and feel it is a great concept. But I'm disappointed to see that even with the latest update it still does not support organizing breadcrumbs and primers by objective. I feel this is a major flaw in this software that bars it from being truly useful. Why does the developer not address?
[Version 2.07]




Eric_66ead92c rated on 10 Jun 2013
[Version 2.0]



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Eric_66ead92c reviewed on 10 Jun 2013
Intrigued by the idea, I went and bought this software on a recent promo. So far I'm pretty happy with it and I do actually feel it helps me to focus a little better and be more productive. I love the OmniFocus integration. I also have found the developer to be very responsive with questions.

There is what I perceive to be a flaw with the software however. The idea of leaving "breadcrumbs" and "priming" yourself for when you resume an objective I think is an excellent productivity tool. However, a critical missing piece is the ability to keep your breadcrumbs and primers organized BY OBJECTIVE. Right now there is a Now & Later board but if you're like me and you bounce from objective to objective based on shifting priorities you will find the now and later board gets muddied up with notes from various different tasks.

Now as much as I would love to focus on a task until it is complete, I just don't have that luxury. However, the very act of bouncing between tasks makes the idea of breadcrumbs and primers all the more crucial. ("What the heck was I last doing with this project again?") What I would like to see is that when I resume an objective I am presented with the notes for that objective and that objective only. I'm hoping that this will be addressed in a future version of the software as I feel it would make it considerably more useful.
[Version 2.0]




Eric_66ead92c rated on 07 Apr 2012
[Version 2.1.0]




Eric_66ead92c rated on 03 Apr 2012
[Version 1.3]



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