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'Do It Tomorrow' is a Windows desktop application, based on the system developed by Mark Forster, the author of the book 'Do It Tomorrow and Other Secrets of Time Management'. Some of the most important benefits of this approach are: * Use of a closed list instead of classic to-do list. * Current initiative. * No prioritizing. * Commitments instead of interests. 'Do It Tomorrow' will provide you with all the task management tools you will need to better organize your projects and activities.
What's new in this version: Version 184.108.40.206 includes the following resolved issues: Corrected current date title above the task list. Row auto height for the default tasks report. Added closed list export button in the application's toolbar. Changed installation setting for better multi-user support.
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Version: Do It Tomorrow 3.0.3
Tried to install it several times but kept getting 'a serious error/have to close' message. Two stars only for the clean uninstall.Finally got it loaded and found it to be an excellent product for a business user or maybe someone working from home - very comprehensive and full of features. But, too complicated for me - I need something a bit more basic. Top value for the price and if I don't find anything else, as Arnie would say " I'll be back."
Updated on Jun 16, 2011
"Vital for getting my work done."
Version: Do It Tomorrow 3.0.2
Elegant interface, simple to use, in line with the book (Do It Tomorrow), responsive support stuff.
Some missing, although non-critical features; promised for the next version.
This is the best software I have ever bought and is now vital for
getting my work done. Before I used DoITTomorrow, I felt overwhelmed by the amount of work, I had to get done.
The concept of closing a list is so simply but yet so powerful, as it helps me to focus on what is important. The software has an elegant interface and in my opinion, its best feature is that it display the tasks that you should be working on today, everything else is hidden.
The developers are quick to respond to support issues and are open to feature requests on their forum. I would highly recommend DoItTomorrow to anyone.
"My favourite task planner"
Version: Do It Tomorrow 3.0
I like and use the ideas from the book and I was waiting for a apecialized electronic version for a long time. It's user friendly, easy to setup and I like extras like reports and copying of unfinished tasks. Well done, guys.
I prefer to set up default changes later-on therefore I miss a button for skipping initial setup wizard. It might be helpful for someone who didn't read the book otherwise not.
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