Gtdagenda is a scheduling tool that helps users accomplish more. The application covers all the details of organizing time and accomplishing goals. The user can create a goal to ensure that their efforts move in the right direction. Timelines are established so users know where they stand in terms of goal completion. Individual projects can also be managed through action plans. The user can set up tasks within a project as well as next actions which help them decide what needs done next. Contexts shares details about where or how a task must be completed. A built in calendar and schedules lets users plan activities on a daily basis. Checklists are also included so users can track repeating or recurring tasks by week, month or quarter.Show more screenshots »
Gtdagenda was founded in April of 2008. The application was designed to provide convenient project management and productivity tools. So far, Gtdagenda manages to achieve its goals but not with any colorful fanfare or exciting features. It has been reviewed and mentioned all across the web, but most note the lack of visual appeal as one of the application’s biggest shortcomings. Users can accomplish things with Gtdagenda App, but they should not expect anything more than that when using the various features.
Gtdagenda offers many of the same functions as other productivity applications. There is nothing terribly new or exciting found on the features list. For some, this is a good thing because it means they get what they want without having to wade through unnecessary details. Others may be put off by the dull interface. For the most part the application is unremarkable in terms of originality but does work for those with a goal to track or project to finish.
Gtdagenda offers a simple environment that works for most anyone. The application doesn’t include any fancy visual elements so the user can get right to work. The downside to this is that the interface sometimes appears lackluster and boring. Each activity is clearly marked and the user can access their calendar, actions, project or tasks within a click or two from the dashboard.
A new user can try Gtdagenda by clicking the green “Signup Now!” button found along the upper, right corner of the homepage. The next page presents the user with four subscription options. After selecting the “Sign Up” button that corresponds with the desired plan, the user is asked to provide a name, email address and password. The last step asks the user to provide their credit card or Paypal billing details. If the user chose the free plan, then they will be asked to sign in. No further action is required to access a new account for the first time.
Gtdagenda gives users four account options to choose from. The first is a free plan which includes up to two goals, four projects, four contexts, four checklists and no additional file storage. The Basic plan costs $45 per year and includes access for one user, up to 30 goals, 50 projects, 50 contexts, 50 checklists and 1 GB of storage space. The mid-range Premium plan costs $75 per year and includes unlimited goals, projects, contexts and checklists as well as up to 5 GBs of storage space, custom branding and priority level support. The Team plan costs $145 per year and upgrades to include access for two users and 10 GBs of file storage space.
Gtdagenda may be an attractive tool for teams or professionals in need of better goal organization. The application is simple to master so the user doesn’t have to spend much time learning the ropes. The service is relatively inexpensive, although some users may find that they can obtain many of the same functionality through other applications – many of which are free with fewer limitations.