Archive for Annoucements

July 2016 Update

Posted 07/10/16 by James and filed under:

As we head into the second half of 2016, we want to provide an update on what is going on with all things GTDNext.

Over the past couple of years, our focus has been on adding basic features that most people expect in a GTD solutions.  Right out of the gate GTDNext offered several features not normally seen in productivity solutions with the ability to have unlimited depth of outlines and inline editing of tasks.  We then focused on adding many of the basic features one would expect in a task management app.

Over this last year, we spent a lot of time working on a native mobile solution to GTDNext. While we made some good progress on that solution, we often got pulled away to either put our fires or add small improvements that customers were asking us to add.  Now, based on resources and priorities we’ve made the difficult decision to place that effort temporarily on hold.  We do want to start working on it again and soon.  In fact, we are actively looking to add a great mobile developer to our team to help make things go faster. If you know of such a person, please contact us to discuss possible arrangements.

In the last two years, we have worked to add tons of features to GTDNext, but we have purposefully not spent a lot of time improving the user interface (UI).  Today the GTDNext look is a bit “old school”.  With our current team size, we prioritized features over making the UI look super slick. However, the longer we keep the old-school looks, the more apparent, it is becoming that to take GTDNext to the next level we need to give our users a slick modern-day look and feel. We knew we need to get this done and soon.  But when?

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Mobile Web APP Now Available

Posted 08/19/15 by James and filed under:

GTDNext is now available on your smart phone and tablet.  Simply point your mobile browser to and click login.  Now you can start getting things done on the go!

With the mobile web version you have full access to your Projects and Actions list, your Next list and all your other lists as well.

In addition you can filter your list and add items to the inbox.  On the road?  Filter your Next list by “errands” to quickly remember things to do while you are out.

In the future we will add the ability to increase font sizes and indent/outdent items in the Project and Actions view. All these enhancements have been made possible by updating our web app to use a responsive design.  Give it a try now!  (please make sure you have “Private” turned off on you mobile browser – we don’t support that mode)

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GTDNext Subscription Launched Today

Posted 08/14/14 by James and filed under:

Earlier today, subscriptions for GTDNext went live!

We are excited to launch subscriptions as this will help create a sustainable business model and allow us to continue providing new features and platforms for GTDNext.

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Version 1 Release Announcement

Posted 07/08/14 by James and filed under:

Today we are announcing the release of version one of GTDNext

When we set out to create GTDNext, we understood that we were entering a crowded space with many other great GTD task management applications on the market. We knew the importance of moving fast, and being competitive and innovative.

We provide users with advanced features in an easy-to-use interface.  Customers wanted fast development cycles and a team that would listen. GTDNext V1 accomplishes these goals very well.

In 3 sprints with 20 to 30 builds in each sprint over exactly a 5 month period,we are proud to announce release candidate build 1.3.26 as our version one. Version one contains all of the below features. Sign up for free here.

Getting Things Done

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GTD Softare: Version 1 coming soon – Help us prepare!

Posted 06/09/14 by James and filed under:

GTDNext – GTD Software Version 1 – Coming Soon!

Wow, it’s been a busy few weeks working hard on GTDNext the GTD Software we hope you will all be using soon!  Since Beta 2 launched on May 18th we have had 10 more builds of the product and have continued to add tons and tons of functionality to GTDNext.

We are working hard to stabilize the product, fix remaining bugs and do some slight enhancements. Soon we will announce the release of version 1. Version 1 will be open to the public and no longer require approval to join the beta. We view version 1 as a starting point, not a finish line. The product has all the main features completed so it’s time to open it up to more people and get feedback. The first version will be free. As we get feedback in we will determine the best model for free versus paid.

For those of you that have already joined the beta, thank you!   We appreciate your help so far with the beta and would appreciate some more help in preparing for Version 1.   Any time you can spend checking for errors would be appreciated.  If you haven’t had an opportunity to join there is still time.  You can register for access to the beta here.

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Beta 2 Released

Posted 05/19/14 by James and filed under:

Beta 2 was released yesterday, May 18th with several new features.  A big thank you to our beta testers who gave some great feedback that helped shape a number of features in this release.   This post will walk through the new features and provide some ideas on how you can use them.

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Beta 1 Released Today

Posted 04/29/14 by James and filed under:

We are very excited to announce our Beta 1 release today.  We have been working on this beta for a long time and it’s exciting to start welcoming users for feedback.  We encourage everyone to sign up for the beta.  However, to make sure we don’t have any issues with bandwidth and our ability to give feedback, Beta 1 will be a closed beta.  You can sign up for early access  by going to and clicking the early access button.

A  list of some of the services offered in GTDNext Beta 1:

  • Create projects with as many sub-projects and actions as you need to track your workimage
  • You can also force any action to appear on your “Next Action” list
  • Areas of Focus are built into the app in a deep and fundamental way, allowing you to truly focus on each of your life’s focus areas without distraction
  • A robust tagging feature lets you add multiple tags to actions and projects, allowing for filtering by context or any other method
  • Our email feature allows you to email tasks directly to your GTDNext inbox
  • Using GTD principles, GTDnext automatically selects the first un-completed action in each project list as a “next action” and lists these actions on your “Next Action” listimage
  • Drag and drop permits you to move your projects and tasks into any order you wish
  • Clicking on the focus icon allows you to specify which items must be worked on today
  • ….plus much more!


We have a huge list of features we are actively working on, but we need your help!
Please sign-up for the beta and start providing feedback via the help link.  Your votes will determine what features we implement next!

Hello World. Meet GTDNext!

Posted 04/22/14 by James and filed under:

Hello GTD fans, you have found GTDNext.  GTD Next is a GTD  based to-do or list management application designed to help you be more productive in your implementation of David Allen’s, Getting Things Done methodology.

After years of studying productivity and using may GTD software and non-GTD based solutions we decided to create our own.  When a product manager and a senior developer meet and both have huge passion and experience around software development and productivity the result is GTDNext.  We hope you like it.

Over the next few weeks we will be coming out of our alpha stage and we will start a private beta to get feedback before we go to an open beta and an eventual first release.  If you are interested in signing up for the closed beta or to be notified of the open beta, please go here and fill in the form.

Here we come world!

James and Sergio- Founders