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The Ultimate GTD App According to David Allen

At the end of November 2019, David Allen, author and creator of Getting Things Done, held his latest (and presumably final) GTD Summit and at that time, he released his written drawings for what he called the ultimate GTD app. In this cast, we discuss the description provided and whether any existing software has gotten close.

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In this Cast

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Art Gelwicks

Francis Wade

Show Notes | The Ultimate GTD App According to David Allen

Resources we mention, including links to them, will be provided here. Please listen to the episode for context.

Ultimate GTD app (PDF)

eProductivity | Get It All Done in IBM Lotus Notes

Omni-Automation

Episode #51: The Ultimate GTD App – Part One – Getting Things Done®

Episode #52: The Ultimate GTD App – Part Two – Getting Things Done®

David Allen gives away the ultimate GTD app | Intentionally Productive

David Allen’s GTD App Review – ERW Blog – Effective Remote Work Community

David Allen’s GTD killer app can be created using OmniFocus and Shortcuts – OmniFocus / OmniFocus Automation – The Omni Group Forums

David Allen on the Best Software for GTD – Getting Things Done®

David Allen’s killer GTD app system brought into practice – Bert Kruisdijk

David Allen on the Best Software for GTD – Getting Things Done®

Amazing Marvin

Nirvana

Finot (Google Play)

Microsoft Outlook (purchase Microsoft 365)

Microsoft Access (purchase Microsoft 365)

OmniFocus

Remember the Milk

Zapier

IFTTT

GTDNext

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One comment

  1. I wrote before to recommend “Thinkingrock”. I used this app for my projects, tasks, and daily use. I found this to be very useful. I would be interested in your comments.

    Howard

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