October 9, 2007 in Project Tracking (E)
[prMac.com] Objective Satisfaction announces that version 1.3 of What ToDo, a Mac task management program for Getting Things Done, is now available. The latest version adds the ability to assign tasks a color, the ability to mark tasks important, rich text editing of task and context notes, and Leopard compatibility.
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 works with .Mac, making it easy to synchronize tasks across multiple computers. It also integrates with Quicksilver, so you can add tasks without even leaving the current app.
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.
Objective Satisfaction is an independent Mac developer focused on making apps to help people be more productive.