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  1. Please add a mobile app for andorid

    Should we add an android app? Please vote!

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    September 2018:

    This month we completed a new feature that is key to creating a mobile app.

    The ability to use GTDNext without an internet connection.

    For now we are focusing on making the mobile web experience top notch, but adding offline is a key for eventually doing mobile.

    If you have not seen our mobile web experience it is getting quote good. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/Ew8F6lCrcZs It’s not as good as having a native app. But it’s usable for quickly checking on errands and adding items while on the go.

  2. Add an iPhone app

    Please add an iphone app!

    294 votes
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  3. Allow selection of multiple items for quicker tagging and sorting

    This would be especially useful for context tagging. A lot of my items belong to the Office context. When I'm sorting things from my Inbox, I love to be able to select all of the items that belong in the Office context and tag them all at once.

    105 votes
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  4. Google Calendar integration

    Any action or project with a start date should be portable to Google Calendar. By the way, it would be great to add start and end dates and times to tasks.

    95 votes
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  5. Allow tagging, etc. in when typing in the New Item box

    One thing I really liked about my previous GTD app (Doit.im) was the great ability to add characteristics to new items while entering them, using only very simple keystrokes.

    A new item might be entered as "Fix faucet @Home #Bathroom remodel ^Next". So the area, the context and the project can be set (if you choose) very quickly without mouse clicks or tabbing through different fields.

    77 votes
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  6. Reminders to tasks

    reminders directly in the GTDNext app, not only by email

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  7. Android app needed (that works offline)

    Please make an Android app (which works offline).

    61 votes
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  8. Sorting and grouping options in Focus and Next

    by Area, Project, Context, Priority, Start Date, Due Date

    55 votes
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  9. Team or Multi-User Support

    This works great for myself, but I have 3 direct reports that I'd love to assign projects / tasks to. Especially when a task is in waiting mode.

    46 votes
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  10. Columns to "Sort Ascending" and "Sort Descending" for Due Date, Priority and Time Needed

    Columns to "Sort Ascending" and "Sort Descending" for Due Date, Priority and Time Needed

    38 votes
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  11. Task Count

    Would be great to see counts of the number of tasks in particular views. e.g. I'd like to be able to see at a glance that I have 16 tasks in the Next Action list.

    35 votes
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  12. Repeat all tasks in a project

    i would like to set up a project for things that happen on a regular basis. It appears that you can do this for a single item.

    However, I would like to apply this to all items within a project. This can be a pain to update if there are 50+ items in a single project.

    I find this helpful for things like a Daily routine, or a "pre blog post" checklist, etc

    35 votes
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  13. Higher order GTD (goals, horizons of focus, etc.)

    So, I think your app currently has a lot going for it. But one of the things that I think would be worth thinking about is integrating the "Horizons of focus" aspect of GTD somehow. This is "higher order GTD" if you will.

    This is what is referred to as the 30,000 to 50,000 feet level. Your app mostly goes up to the 20,000 levels (Actions, Projects, Areas of Responsibility).

    So, it would be good if there some kind of an area where we can have place to enter notes on our Horizons of Focus:

    50,000: Big picture view of…

    35 votes
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  14. Create an "Active Projects" list view

    IMHO, I am unable to focus on and process my most important tasks/projects - my Active ones.

    I can process my Inbox, my Scheduled, my Waiting, and My Someday tasks/projects by clicking on the respective list title in the navigation column. For the life of me, I can't understand why the one I would look at virtually every morning is not available - my Active ones.

    Instead, I have to go to the broader Projects and Actions and sift through everything - even the stuff that right now doesn't matter. Yes, I can manually sort, but why do that if…

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    Thanks for the suggestion. In some ways the Next Action list is really what you want. It contains all of the next actions available for you to do right now. It’s where I go first thing when I want to start doing actual work.

    Since this list contains all actions available for you to do right now, I’m not sure I completely understand the need for a list with all action on it. This is what the Projects and Actions view is for.

    To make it easier to view just active actions, we did add an “active” filter to the P&A view. So this will filter out any scheduled, waiting or someday actions from the view. If the next action view isn’t exactly what you are looking for hopefully this will help.

  15. Show only tags in use

    Where tags are currently shown in top of the screen - just below the colored top bar - all available tags are shown.

    I suggest only tags in use are being shown. That way i don't accidently filter by an unused tag thus helping me keep my overview.

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  16. Add Button -no tags- which will filter all tasks with no tags assigned

    I use tags as contextes for cases when i'm not at my PC (eg, home, on errand, in bank). When I am near my PC I want to be able to get a filtered list of Next tasks where tags are not specified.
    I think it should work the same way as -no area- button.

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  17. CTRL-Z

    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
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  18. Automatically move repeating instances to Today's tasks when the day comes

    Repeating tasks (daily, weekly...) are showing into next action when their scheduled day comes. Shouldn't they show directly in "Today", especially if those are scheduled daily? If it's to avoid clutter, maybe show them with a different style or in a distinct part of the "Today" list?

    28 votes
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  19. Please make a Windows Phone app

    It would be very useful to also create a Windows Phone app. I know we are considered the third wheel of the mobile industry, but it would attract more users to your platform.
    Thank you in advance for your consideration.

    27 votes
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  20. Due dates on recurring tasks

    Recurring tasks should take the due date into account; most likely in the form of an offset from the start date.

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