New feature: Notes
Published on July 25, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
New feature in FacileThings to clearly define your work: Notes
Today we have released a new feature in FacileThings, our GTD application: Notes. Now you can attach a Note, that is, a text of any length, to any of your tasks.
Checklists, a very productive asset
Published on April 22, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Discover one of the most powerful organizational tools of personal productivity.
Checklists are one of the most powerful—and forgotten—organizational tools in GTD. They help you complete tasks without making mistakes, since they contain a list of checkpoints that allow you to remember all the details of the job to be done.
FacileThings: Mobile App 1.1
Published on February 25, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
New FacileThings mobile app release for your iPhone/Android.
Survey: How should we prioritize the next new features in FacileThings?
Published on January 31, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Here are the results of the survey about what FacileThings features would you like to be developed sooner.
A few days ago we sent a survey to all our users to be told which of the improvements we are going to develop are more interesting for them. This way, we will adjust the priorities of our roadmap.
We showed them the top 13 most requested features and asked them to pick the 3 choices they consider more important. These are the proposed features and the percentage of users who have voted each one:
FacileThings: Development strategy for mobile devices
Published on January 10, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Here are the results of the survey about what mobile devices you are interesting in to access FacileThings
Last month we sent our active users a survey to assess their interest in accessing FacileThings through different mobile devices. The aim was to have a real idea of what devices they are using (or they expect to use soon) in order to adequately focus our development strategy on smartphones and tablets.
6 Levels of Perspective
Published on December 24, 2012 by Francisco Sáez
Now you can implement the GTD Six-Level Model of Perspective with FacileThings.
The most important difference between GTD and other personal productivity systems is, for me, that GTD does not trivialize task prioritization by assigning a single number or letter to each task. This method is not suitable for anyone with an average workload—understanding workload as the amount of tasks we have to do both in our professional work and in any other aspect of our life—.
New mobile app for iPhone (Beta)
Published on December 03, 2012 by Francisco Sáez
The first version of the FacileThings mobile client for iPhone is now avalible.
The first version of the FacileThings mobile client for iPhone is now avalible. You can download it from your smartphone, going directly to the App Store and searching for “facilethings”, or by using this iTunes link.
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