Could we have a drop down for “Priority” (High, Med, Low, New) and “Time Needed” (15, 30, 60 min, 2 hours, etc.) next to Area and Focus?
Could we have a drop down for “Priority” (High, Med, Low, Create New) and “Time Needed” (15, 30, 60 min, 2 hours, etc.) next to Area and Focus? And also columns to display and “sort by” these criteria? And ability to filter by these too.9 votes
At times we need to have a written report of our projects and the tasks to complete the project. Especially good when you are meeting with your project team.9 votesAdminSergio (co-founder, GTD Next) responded
It will probably be a while before we get around to a print capability. In the mean time, you can use the export function to copy and paste info into email or wherever to create your own report. Hope that helps!
When sending an email to the GTD Next app the mail body should become the task note and any attachments should be added to the task.17 votes
Today, we introduced formatted text in emails forwarded to GTDNext. So all emails sent to GTDNext will retain the formatting that you see in your email client.
Automatically uploading attachments from emails is still coming some day.
Color code the Tag headers at the top of the page for your different lists so we have a better visiual on which tags are used in that list6 votes
To create a new project in a new area you have to:
- create new area
- create an action
- assign area to action
- go to ALL areas
- create new action under that action
- press tab
- go back to your preferred area
This is unnecessarily difficult.0 votes
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