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The two time management methodologies that I have found make sense to me are GTD and Mark Forster's Do it Tomorrow. I have been using GTDNext since IQtell went belly up and I find it invaluable but I have been trying to incorporate the DIT methodology with tricks (tags, etc) without much success.
I assume it would not be very difficult to create a Tomorrow list, similar to the Today list. At midnight, generate any scheduled task on that list the day before the task is due. Before that, move the previous Tomorrow tasks to the Today list.
This will…4 votes
create an option to share the project list among multiple email accounts, so each account can update a project2 votes
This is on our list of features we want to implement.
When trying GTDNext for a couple of days this lacking feature was what finally made me go back to my old system (Nirvana) and just keep this under watch. There are two reasons to have this feature:
1. I'd like to see what I have accomplished during the day. (Each morning I clear out/collect all completed items from the day before).
2. Sometimes I think that I may have clicked twice by mistake and thereby accidentally marked both the wanted item and the next (scrolling up) item as completed. As I don't remember the list completely and don't have a…6 votes
The new “Today” vew we introduced in March allows you to see your completed tasks. Take a look!
reminders directly in the GTDNext app, not only by email63 votes
As we do a lot of mistake, creating note when we don't want ... deletings things that were not necessary ...
Would be nice to have a eraser at the end of our mouse!29 votes
While we don’t have an undo feature, we now store any deleted items in the archive. So if you make a mistake you can restore the deleted item.
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