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Getting Things Done

Getting Things Done is a self management philosophy from the eponymous book by David Allen

Getting Things Done is a self management philosophy from the eponymous book by David Allen

Getting Things Done

by Dylan Bruschi
Getting Things Done
Getting Things Done
Getting Things Done

What is it about?

Getting Things Done is a self management philosophy from the eponymous book by David Allen.

Getting Things Done

App Details

Version
1269389892
Rating
NA
Size
19Mb
Genre
Productivity Utilities
Last updated
August 17, 2018
Release date
August 16, 2017
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App Store Description

Getting Things Done is a self management philosophy from the eponymous book by David Allen.

On the In Tray tab, users can capture all the amorphous To Do items. Next, users can decide to take definite, prioritized, time-bounded actions or plan projects of many actions.

On the Next Actions tab, they can view an ordered list of all the Next Actions needed to be taken based on Context (eg Phone, Computer, Home, etc).

Users can view multi-action Projects and Review Notes on the Planning tab. Reviews are a way for the users to record important accomplishments and improvements to productivity.

On any tab, users can view details about each To Do, Next Action, Project, or Review as well as create a new one. Users can also link Next Actions to Projects and Contexts.


This application includes artwork from Symplicity, Tinache Mugayi, Guru, Delwar Hossain, and AlePio.

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