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gtie09 reviewed on 18 Mar 2006
This is a really neat piece of software. I am it's the closest thing to project management nirvana i have seen in OS X.

It has a nice project/outline 3-pane view -- complete with smart projects/folders ... well done.

It's tight integration with iCal is a major plus. In fact without this, it's really just a simple outliner -- but one designed with special features for project management.

Namely the multiple source files/urls it can have associated with each item. That is way cool.

Yes, it has a few bugs yet to be worked out. And yes, the developer's don't answer your emails it seems -- or at least don't get to them right away. And yes, there are some needed features that could be addressed -- and hopefully will in future versions. (I'm placing bets that they do listen -- even if they aren't fast to respond).

A few important needed features I can see after using this app for about a week. The two main ones: 1.) A Hoist feature (like OmniOutliner) and 2.) the ability to hide completed to-dos.

Also, it would be nice to have a "clone" feature that could alias items over multiple hierchies.

And it would be neat if the first source file or url would be linked to the ical URL field.

Lastly, a true ALIAS manager for source files would top this app off -- quite nicely. Right now if you moved an attached file it breaks the link. And that's a bummer if you ever want to rearrange your files on your hard drive.

Still, bar these shortcomings -- this app really is extremely smart -- and the best way to organize all your to-dos and projects in one place I have tried to date.
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