Applications for getting things done


Article from Issue 85/2007

Task managers can help you get things done, but the first task is to choose the application that meets your needs. We take a closer look at iKog, Thinking Rock, and MonkeyGTD and recommend a few other GTD managers you might want to take for a spin.

Of the many ways to manage daily tasks, some people prefer “paper” tools like Moleskine notebooks or Hipster PDA. Other people rely on desktop or web-based applications like Mozilla Sunbird or Google Calendar. When choosing a task manager tool, deciding whether it should be a notebook, a desktop application, or a web-based solution is only part of the deal. Arguably, a more important factor is the underlying system on which the task manager is based.

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