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GTD-Free 0.5 beta1

GTD-Free tries to be simple and easy to use management tool.


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  • Last Updated: Mar 12, 2009
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: Java Runtime Environment 1.6 or higher

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GTD-Free is a Business software developed by Ike. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for GTD-Free:

Brothersoft Editor: GTD-Free is personal TODO/action MANAGER inspired by GTD (Getting Things Done®) method by David Allen (see David Allen & Co. official site for more information). GTD-Free tries to be simple and easy to use management tool. GTD-Free is free open-source software.

GTD-Free aims to guide users to manage very efficient GTD WorkFlow even if they are not familiar with GTD or they need guidance to follow it. The user interface is clean and simple on each step of the workflow: user objective should be to get thing done and spent minimum time with the tool itself.

The GTD-Free is in early stage of development, a lot of things are planned to be implemented. Yet the things that are done are working well and the application is stable and usable in day-to-day task management.

A desktop application with locally stored data.
Runs on all main operating systems (requires Java 1.6).
Can be run from USB stick.
Simple and clean user interface with process oriented view on actions according to GTD workflow.
User editable lists with categories for next actions, maybe/someday actions and reference material.
Actions organized also by projects, remind dates and priority.
Tickler view for action with reminder date set.
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