GTD Free Puts Getting Things Done on the Desktop [Featured Download]

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Windows/Mac/Linux (all platforms with Java): GTD Free, a Java-based desktop app, is one of the most straight-forward implementations of the Getting Things Done organizational system you’ll see, but it also serves as a great introduction for the GTD-curious. Five tabs put your tasks in a sequential flow, and using them helps reinforce GTD’s basic tenets in your brain. Bang out action blurbs in Collect, detail them in Process, file them in already-labeled folders like Actions, Someday/Maybe, and Projects, and mark them off in Execute. It’s definitely not a lightweight, paper-like system, but it’s a fairly clean implementation if you want to try Getting Things Done as it was really intended. GTD Free is a free download, works wherever the Java platform does.

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One Response to “GTD Free Puts Getting Things Done on the Desktop [Featured Download]”

  1. John Kendrick Says:

    I used and taught Covey and Daytimer for many years before reading David Allen’s GTD book and switching to GTD. Its made a significant impact for the good on my business and personal productivity.

    And I found an application that allows me to view my entire GTD at work on my Win machine, at home on my Macs and even on my cell phone. And another app lets me call in tasks to my GTD without any writing or typing, great for those thoughts that hit me while driving.

    I’ve written about my experiences with GTD at http://johnkendrick.wordpress.com/how-to-gtd/ John

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