vs Get It Done ▼
|Company name||Andy Bryant||marcucio.com|
|Description||Task organizer for Android styled around the Getting Things Done methodology.||Simple but powerful Web-based GTD task management tool with great email integration.|
|Home page||Android-Shuffle||Get It Done|
|Tro training||No TRO training available.||No TRO training available.|
|Platform||Windows XP, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7|
|Requires||Android 2.1 or greater.|
|Has free version||✓||✓|
|Free version notes||Free 15 day trial; Free Mobile App|
|A paid version is available||𐄂||✓|
|Full price low||$39|
|Full price high||$39|
|Made specifically for GTD||1||1|
|Syncs with||Google Calendar and other Calender Services||Get It Done mobile versions; Any calendar that can subscribe to .ics calendars|
|Mobile access||Mobile App||
Mobile Optimized Web Access
Automatic Send (Reminders, etc.)
Copy to Task
Emails are automatically tasks
|Categories||Single context only||Unlimited contexts|
|Time boxing||No time boxing support||No time boxing support|
|Number of date fields||✓||✓|
|Can automatically prioritize tasks||𐄂||✓|
|Project support||Supports simple projects||Projects can be nested within other projects|
|Calendar integration||No support for integration between the tasklist and calendar||Tasks can be linked to the calendar|
|GTD setup notes|
|Data can be manipulated via an API||𐄂||𐄂|
|Short details||A simple interface allows the user to organize tasks by their contexts and separate them by projects, David Allen style.||
Priacta Coach's Review
Attractive and easy to use, Get It Done is a nice blend of utility and simplicity. The "intended" use is obvious while still allowing customizing to suit personal preferences.
Get It Done's best features include drag-and-drop processing and a compact--but useful--task line. You can set tags, due date, project, etc. all from the compact view. Email can convert to tasks, retaining attachments.
Mobile apps exist for iPhone, iPad, Android, Web, Windows 8, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry. Evernote integration is as simple as checking an option.
Get It Done allows you to assign tasks simply by dragging and dropping. It notifies you when someone assigns you a task, and when the task is complete. Also, Get It Done does not allow discussion or group projects.
Overall, Get It Done is good for people who want a clear, easily navigated task list without sacrificing good productivity.
|Number of priority levels||0||0|
|Number of prioritization dimensions (besides dates, categories, etc.)||0||0|
|Collaboration and team support||
|Date last reviewed||2012-05-17||2019-11-03|
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