Version: 2.0 alpha build 9 || Release Date: 2008-04-13 || License: Freeware Developer: bartek:bargiel | App Owner: weasel

Looking for a powerful GTD Mac organizer? Here it is!

What is it for?

You are a busy man, aren't you? And there's an easy way to track all things that have to be done... and to get those things done!

Organize your life by contexts.

Just divide your tasks by contexts - where they have to be done? At home? At your office? At laptop? At any time you can access the Internet?

Organize your life by projects.

Some of your tasks are related to your life projects. If you're a student, divide your school tasks by subjects. If you're a developer, organize your tasks and ideas by your software projects. You can also treat projects as categories for your tasks.

You won't forget it if you drag it.

You can drag all your browser links or Finder files to iGTD window. New task will be added immediately - with an adequate link. Just click 'open' - and there you go!

Suggest screenshot/icon / Suggest new version

27 Opinions

iGTD does offer a lot of features - but is this app ugly as hell or what? Living on OS X for so long, I just got accustomed to nice and polished user interfaces. Sadly, iGTD is far away from that... Maybe they should take a look at Things (http://culturedcode.com/things/) to see how it's done.

I don't understand the gtd hype.

I use it daily and have come to depend on it, but the syncing was severely broken the last time I tried it. "Once bitten, twice shy," so I haven't tried it again since.

Other than that it's a great piece of software. Much better than Kinkless GTD.

When I uses iGTD it totally trashed itself as soon as I turned on .MAC syncing. There is no way I would use this app on a daily basis after that fiasco. I now use Easytask Manager with no problems so far.

I would be happy if someone could enlighten me a little bit. Maybe this is a silly question (if so, please excuse me), but I have been wondering what the concept behind the Inbox in iGTD really is.

When I click on it, I'm directly going to the section. Does this actually mean there is no Inbox, per se?

I love iGTD and I also bought the book by David Allen (trying to plow my eyes through it), and I wouldn't be surprised if my wonderings about the Inbox in iGTD are pretty dumb. :) (Again, sorry for taking your time, but I didn't want to bother the developer about it.)

On a further note, I don't seem to be able to add tasks from within the section, which puzzled me for a bit. Maybe what's confusing me, is that the Inbox button doesn't get highlighted when clicked on?

I really want to like this app, but these garish yellow icons are a big turnoff. Also as far as I understand this app is still in beta and likes to trash its database when it changes versions ? I may be wrong, but for the time being I´ll stick with Actiontastic.

This is a great app. I've only been using it a few days now but so far I'm very impressed. The forums for the application are a great place to help evolve the program and get support.

I really dig this app, but the latest version ( corrupted my task database...! Proceed with caution until I get confirmation that this is fixed!

I’ve been using iGTD for some time now, and it is by far the best GTD application I’ve given a swirl. Fast, easy to use, to the point, not overloaded with features I don’t need anyway. Works very well in conjunction with Journeler (for resource keeping), too!

Maybe I just don't understand it, but the whole GTD thing seems like a glorified todo list...

Page 2 of 3. 27 entries.