Things Task Management
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- Your Own Agenda: A smart Today list automatically gathers all you need to look at, well... today!
- Repeating To Dos: Every week on Tuesday and Saturday? On the last day each month? We've got you covered.
- Get Started: Have a task that cannot be started until a certain date? Use the Scheduled list to get it out of your head and be reminded when the time is right.
- Search: Quickly search across your entire library.
- Due Dates: Every list can easily be filtered and sorted by due date.
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Top Customer Reviews
I don't utilize features like the "Areas of Responsibility" - I just throw tasks in my Inbox and go through them regularly to move them into "Today". That's what all the other apps offer, but somehow Things is just more fluid about it and has become my preference. iOS version has that same feel to it, and they sync together flawlessly.
Another feature I love about Things is the logbook. Whereas in Wunderlist when something gets marked done it immediately moves to the Completed folder, in Things you can see your day's to-do list in full - completed and uncompleted tasks, with a cron running to move the completed items to the logbook at midnight. I like being able to visualize my completed tasks throughout the day; it's a source of motivation to check off more things. Then the next day, I start fresh. While apps like Wunderlist and Clear do their job well - I don't always want to go for that "zero inbox" workflow (which. ironically, is how I prefer to utilize my email workflow) and would like to see my completed tasks as I work on my next items throughout the day.Read more ›
Anyway, just about the time I was going to pull the plug on Things and switch to OmniFocus, Cultured Code announced the new Cloud-sync version of Things. I couldn't be happier with it now. It's clean, simple, yet very powerful. Yes, it is pricey, but you get what you pay for. This is an extremely elegant program. I especially like the fact that when you schedule something in the future, that task doesn't show its face again until the date it's scheduled. There's nothing more depressing than staring at a zillion tasks, most of which you can't act on until the future. I only want to see them when they're relevant.
I use Things in conjunction with Evernote. Things handles my tasks, while Evernote I use for lists and reference material. The combination works phenomenally well, and I see no need to use anything else. BTW, the iPad app is fantastic (although I probably use Things on my iPhone more than anywhere else).
Well done, Cultured Code
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Things is a simple but very useable task app based on the GTD (Getting Things Done) concept by David Allen. The user interface is uncluttered and easy to use and very intuitive. Read morePublished on February 26, 2013 by magellan
It's a good product for what it does, but unfortunately the developers have really dropped the ball with it. Read morePublished on November 8, 2010 by Michael
"THINGS" works well on my iMac. Only thing to watch is that to synchronize with the iPod Touch app of the same name, you must have a wireless network. Read morePublished on September 19, 2010 by Red Baron