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FacileThings 2

By FacileThings Ltd

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.


New iPhone client app for FacileThings:
- Data synchronization with FacileThings server.
- Off-line work.
- Collecting stuff.
- Processing stuff.
- Watching lists: Inbox, Calendar, Next Actions, Waiting for, Reference Material.
- Editing stuff.
- Checking off tasks.
- Filtering stuff by tags and people.
- Search

What's New in Version 2.2.2

- Access to Evernote to edit notes, fixed.
- The list filter persists after editing an action.
- Several minor bugs fixed.


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Customer Reviews

This is a different paradigm, a better paradigm, than Omni

I tried very hard with Omni focus but I ended up with dozens and dozens of deferred actions over and over and over.

Omni is a great app if you are very skilled at managing time I living by the clock.

But for people who have what I will call and overwhelm the brain, need something where it’s easy to collect these thoughts, categorize them in terms of their urgency and significance, and be told what to do next.

This is my first exploration of the GTD system but already I love the paradigm because the core idea is getting things out of your mind now and absolutely not processing them until later. So there is no obligation upfront to know when it might be done when it needs to be done how much time it will take and to attach a hard due date… But of course if events do have a due date due date you can have that too.

The GTD system seems very well adapted to people like myself who are better off not living by the clock… Who do far better when they get rid of clocks (as much as possible) and live relatively.

Here’s a very simple way to put it… If looking at a clock usually causes stress or shame then GTD systems are really going to help you. Combine that with the Pomodoro method and you’ll actually find that after a bit of acclamation that you really do start getting things done.

The folks who do the sap clearly have deep thoughts about GTG as they already integrated with Evernote and Google calendar which clearly demonstrates how serious they are and how valuable they know the domains are exploring.

FacileThings 2
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Productivity
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.2.2
  • Size: 49.2 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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