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Chaos Control has become my central organizing app. I read Getting Things Done several times and had some difficulty implementing it. Using this app, the methods finally clicked. I use the “chaos box” for general in then sort by context and projects. This app has even helped me with paper applications of the GTD method. Well done. Clean. Easy to Use. Easy 5 star without a second thought
Yet another company that things they have to change things that already work pefectly. They had a clean, well-organized interface that put all the necessary controls on the main screen. I’m looking at the old and new versions side-by-side on my two iPad minis: with the old version I see my 8 to-dos for today in the upper 2/3rds of the screen in nice bold print, along with 6 items from tomorrow’s list on the bottom third. With the new version there’s a lot of wasted white space, leaving room enough for only one of tomorrow’s items at the bottom -this is with the display options set for minimalist information. Old version: simple, highly readable and efficient. New version: a huge amount of wasted screen space and smaller print, making it both less readable and less efficient. If you write long sentences for your to-dos you might appreciate that the menu bars are no longer present on the left and right sides of the screen, but for those of us who express ourselves succinctly, the convenience is compromised by this change. The wasted vertical space is the major complaint I have about this upgrade.
I like the app to organize my various projects all in one place. So, I paid $10 for the phone app, with the understanding that it could sync to my computer. Wonderful. Then I open the link to sync with my computer only to find they want to charge me another $20 to download a computer app required to sync. No thank you. $30 for an organization app is too much. I don’t like feeling like I have been tricked into a purchase. Better to be up front about the cost so customers can make an informed purchase. Deceptive.
This app really shines in its simplicity and ease of use. That’s not to say, however, that it’s basic. It allows you to control tasks and to-dos in a very-easy-to-learn and systematic way. I’m planning a major move, several important projects and work, and a trip abroad in addition to my daily duties, and so far this app has really helped me keep my life together and productive.
I have used this system for a few years now and it has made my life much simpler. Further, they have continually improved the product over the years and worked out the bugs. I use this across multiple platforms to stay on top of life.
Developed by Tarasov Mobile.
Chaos Control™: GTD Task List is ranking in Productivity & Business
Last update was at Dec 31, 2019and the current version is 1.28.
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Chaos Control™: GTD Task List have a 310a user reviews.
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