vs The Hit List ▼
|Company name||Potion Factory LLC|
|Description||Web-based collaborative task management system.||Easy to learn, easy to use application that keeps lists of things to do. The Hit List is Mac's most powerful task manager.|
|Home page||TaskBin||The Hit List|
|Tro training||No TRO training available.||No TRO training available.|
|Requires||Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and an Intel processor|
|Has free version||𐄂||✓|
|Free version notes||Free 15 day trial|
|A paid version is available||𐄂||✓|
|Full price low||$49.95|
|Full price high||$49.95|
|Made specifically for GTD||0|
|Syncs with||The Hitlist for iPhone, iCal|
|Sync methods||Automatic Sync|
|Mobile access||Mobile App|
|Categories||No context support||Unlimited contexts|
|Time boxing||No time boxing support||No time boxing support|
|Number of date fields||𐄂||✓|
|Can automatically prioritize tasks||𐄂||𐄂|
|Project support||Supports a single level of subtasks|
|Calendar integration||No support for integration between the tasklist and calendar||No support for integration between the tasklist and calendar|
|GTD setup notes|
|Data can be manipulated via an API||𐄂||𐄂|
The Hit List is the definitive and impressive response to Mac's general lack of powerful task management software.
Able to support a wide variety to systems and styles, The Hit List can be as simple as written notes or as powerful as a search-and-destroy task list. Powerful search-lists allow for almost anything you can imagine with the simplicity of click-to-search.
The Hit List supports either GTD or TRO work styles and is highly customizable to fit a wide range of situations. Browser plugins, Gmail and iCal integration and a good iPhone app make this a great task list.
For Mac users looking for a powerful task manager that works offline, The Hit List should be the option you take most seriously.
|Number of priority levels||10|
|Number of prioritization dimensions (besides dates, categories, etc.)||0|
|Collaboration and team support||
|Date last reviewed||2008-03-25||2012-02-28|
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