At the GTD Summit last month, David Allen announced that he would give away his plans for the ultimate “Getting Things Done” app.
David followed up in a newsletter with a link to his plans and a recommendation that people reach out to me for more information about building the ultimate GTD app. The response has been significant: many people have written to me with suggestions and questions, as well as requests for coaching for their own GTD systems or consulting to design the ultimate GTD app.
While I can’t personally respond to every inquiry, I will be blogging responses to popular questions here (make sure to subscribe).
In addition, David Allen and I plan to record a podcast in a few weeks (which I’ll post about here), in which we’ll talk about:
- The subtle and powerful features and design that make an app “GTD enabled“
- The rigorous thought that goes into providing a truly seamless experience for the user
- Our experience designing and developing the ultimate GTD app (how close we came, and why it hasn’t quite happened yet)
- Answers to some of the many questions we’ve received since David’s announcement
If there’s a question you would like David and me to address, please post it in the comments below. We’ll review these as we plan the podcast.