GTD-Free is personal todo/action manager inspired by the GTD (Getting Things Done) method by David Allen. It tries to be a simple and easy to use management tool. It aims to guide users to manage very efficient GTD workflow even if they are not familiar with GTD or are too unorganized to follow it. The user interface is clean and simple at each step of the workflow: the user objective should be to get things done and spend a minimum of time with the tool itself.
|Tags||Office/Business Scheduling Task Management|
|Operating Systems||Windows OS Independent POSIX Linux Unix Mac OS X|
Release Notes: A feature for exporting to PDF file with an action selector was added. A wrong month name was fixed.
Release Notes: This is testing release. A feature for exporting to TXT and HTML files with action selector was added. HTML can be used for printing.
Release Notes: Data and backup handling were improved in order to prevent data loss in some situations. The XML format of data files has changed. Running this version with the same data folder or file will automatically import older files, but files will be saved or exported only in the new format.
Release Notes: This release fixes encoding problems when opening XML from older versions.
Release Notes: A typo in the Quick Collect bar has been fixed. GTD-Free didn't accept Unicode characters. Drag&drop was lost sometimes. Performance improvements with the new Date widget. A number of smaller GUI tweaks.