Do It All!
priorities, deadlines, appointments, and events.
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|What do other people say about Do It All! Calendar?|
says: ('four mice' rating) "Do It All! [Calendar] is an attractive
organizational tool with a strong graphical orientation that serves as priority
and things-to-do manager, calendar, and scheduler. On-line documentation
tells you how to use the product. Some aspects of this software, for example,
font sizing, are eccentric, but the Do It All!, overall, is a great tool
with solid features."
MacWorld says: "Do It All [Calendar], a scheduling/reminder/to-do-list manager, is good-looking, fast, and simple to use."
Shareware Magazine says: "Definite A+ for user interface design and overall product usefulness. ... With its human interface and commonsense approach to scheduling, Do It All! [Calendar] blasts past all other reminder apps we've seen."
|Suggested pricing for Do It All! Calendar|
|How to Register Your Shareware|
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|Real world address|
Do It All! Calendar
2261 Market St. #500
San Francisco, CA 94114
|email@example.com ... and you MUST put "DoItAllCalendar" in the subject or I may not see it due to spam filtering|
|UPDATES FOR MAC OS X / VERSIONS FOR MAC OS X -- README|
I get emails about updating the app for Mac OS X. It's been many many years since I updated the application, originally written for Mac OS versions 7, 8, and OS 9. I doubt I ever will update it because it would be a full re-write at this point, and there are many competing applications at this point that are serving the market pretty well.
There are also some new Mac OS X applications that use metaphors closely linked with David Allen's Getting Things Done (GTD) workflow. BTW, I really like that book and I recommend getting the book or audiobook. Learn more about GTD here and here. New applications include the well-loved-and-longstanding Kinkless GTD (KGTD) system and the extremely-elegant-and-beautiful-looking-but-brand-new Midnight Inbox application. BTW, the KGTD system is going to become a new application called OmniFocus.