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Author Topic: ThinkingRock: Free software for tracking and processing ideas  (Read 6146 times)

KenR

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ThinkingRock helps you process information by organizing your thoughts into actions, projects, information or future possibilities.

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...Thinking Rock allows you to collect your thoughts and process them into actions, projects, information or future possibilities. Actions can be done by you, delegated to someone else or scheduled for a particular date. Projects can be organised with ordered actions and sub-projects. You can review all of your actions, projects and other information quickly and easily to see what you need to do or to choose what you want to do at a particular time...



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Re: ThinkingRock: Free software for tracking and processing ideas
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2007, 01:36:40 PM »
 :)I have been using this software for quite a while, and it is really quite good, and the single best application of the basic GTD principles I have found.  It is also currently in process of a major upgrade in functionality based on requests from their users.  You should really try this out if you are in need of a new tool for Getting Things Done.  If you do test it, make certain to visit the forums or the roadmap to get an idea of what is coming in the next month.
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