How I GTD
Back in June, I wrote a post about todo.txt and I gave some general information on various applications that support it. In this post, I will focus on GTD, the methodology behind todo.txt, and how I use it in order to get things done.
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How to use a simple text based to-do list to get things done
After testing almost every available tool in order to create and maintain my to-do lists, I decided I needed something that followed the k.i.s.s. software philosophy and this is the reason I started using Taskwarrior.
Taskwarrior has all the advantages of a text based to-do list application, but with two drawbacks for me:
I didn’t like the unofficial Android application (very important for me) I needed to have a VPS running taskd in order to be able to sync my PC and smartphone After using Taskwarrior for about two months, I went back to what I new best: using a paper to-do list!