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Get organized with ThinkingRockUse ThinkingRock as your trusted software to organise your life according to GTD - the stress-free productivity methodology described in the international best selling book by David Allen.Why we recommend Thinking Rock: * Multi-platform: use it at home and at work, written in Java thus run on Linux, Macintosh, or Windows (see platform requirements). The data file is separate so you just need to transfer the small data file between computers; * Project Structure: unlike many task management applications, ThinkingRock lets you group your actions in projects and sub-projects. Two views are available to display your tasks: a project tree or a list of actions. Even auto-sequencing! * Stop procrastination: it gets you moving on your thoughts by encouraging you to think of the next physical action to do; * support: full screen help provided, free customer support through our forum or email (use contact page).If you don't have time to download and use this software then you really need it.For a quick overview of the main functionality and to discover how quickly you can start using it, read our Getting Started documentation.High quality softwareThinkingRock has been thoroughly tested and is used by more than 6,000 users. The development started in 2005. Suggestions from users have been progressively added. The latest free version is version 2.2.1 (April 2009) and the enhanced version containing all the latest functionality is 3.0.3 (December 2009).ThinkingRock runs on multi-platform (Linux, Mac OSX, MS Windows, ...). It is NOT web-based.100% CLEAN award granted by SoftpediaEXCELLENT certificate granted by FindMySoftThinkingRock is a Java application developed on the NetBeans platform.
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