Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to time management methods, some love David Allen's Getting Things Done approach while others swear by Stephen Covey's First Things First philosophy. Whichever you prefer, TimeGT aims to keep you on track and on target.
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TimeGT works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, but to get started you'll need to register for a free account on the website and then download the app. It comes pre-populated with some sample data so you can play around and get a feel for how TimeGT works before you dive in and add your own stuff.
Adding tasks is a simple affair, and they're easily sorted and searched once they're in your system. Hunt around for action items via tag, context (@home, @work), order of importance or deadline. Filter tasks according to project, urgency, things your waiting for, or things you hope to get around to one day - the sky's the limit.
TimeGT sets itself apart from other time management apps thanks to its ability to adapt to different user needs. Not everyone cares about being able to group tasks according to where they happen to be at the moment, while others don't have a need to prioritise tasks according to level of importance. This app is a veritable buffet of options that will appeal to all but the choosiest of users.
TimeGT's basic version is free, but the premium version that allows users to sync and back up data will set you back €4.95 ($7.80). What dream features do you look for to in a time management app? Talk about them in the comments.