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Allow importation

I'd like to use GTDNext, but I already have GTD up and running in another webapp (workflowy, in my case). The thought of retyping all of my items into GTDNext is keeping me from making the transition.

Allowing us to import plain text or csv lists to create a whole batch of items would be really helpful. I imagine that I'm not alone in wanting to transition from some other program. I'd guess too that most programs have some kind of plain text or csv output that could be used in this.

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    Anonymous shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    started  ·  AdminJames Titus (Co-Founder, GTD Next) responded  · 

    We have recently added the ability to import from NirvanaHQ via the CSV files they create for exporting. If that get’s much use we may consider adding more vendors or a generic import.

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      • Bob commented  · 

        I agree 100%. Need to import tasks in simple CSV, text, or even just "bulk add" and then be able to move them around where needed. Like the functionality in Toodledo. This is the ONLY thing preventing me from using GTDNext 100%

      • Martie Groenewald commented  · 

        Please add a generic import, e.g. text or csv! I am also considering using GTDNext, but balk at the amount of typing I'll have to do to set it up.

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