February 6, 2007 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Instead of having a single list full of unrelated to-dos, Ghost Action gives you different views of your to-dos, grouped according to context or project. You will use the project view when planning the next action for your projects. A project can be, for example, Repaint bedroom or Review report. You will use the context view to get an overview of what can be done at a the current context. A context refers to locations or situations, such as Home, Computer, Work and Errands, that are suitable for a certain kind of to-dos.
Ghost Action features full two-way synchronization with iCal, which enables synchronization of your to-dos to any iSync compatible device such as a phone or PDA, so that you may access your to-dos even when you are on the move. Users, who don’t use a portable device, can achieve the same goal by printing their to-do lists.
Getting Things Done® is a simple and stress-free productivity method invented by David Allen that has gained a large and loyal following on sites such as Merlin Mann’s 43folders.com. You can learn more about David Allen's methodology at http://davidco.com/what_is_gtd.php.
Ghost Action has been designed exclusively for the Mac plattform and utilizes the latest Sync Services technology of Mac OS X 10.4, which enables the best synchronization experience.
Ghost Action runs under Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger, costs $19.95 (US), and may be purchased securely online at http://ghostparksoftware.com. You can download a free 14-day trial version of Ghost Action at the same web address.
Ghost Park Software
113 59 Stockholm
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