May 9, 2007 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Unlike most to do applications, What ToDo allows the user to set up projects and sub-projects -- there is no need to shoe-horn tasks into a flat list. It provides the Shelf, a convenient spot to store shortcuts to important projects and actions, which decouples navigation from organization. Combined with What ToDo's extensive spring-loaded drag and drop support, the Shelf makes refactoring to do lists easy.
What ToDo is available in a free trial version that is limited to a total of 25 projects and actions. The full version can be purchased for $29 USD.
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