Why I picked Thinking Rock

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Why I picked Thinking Rock

Postby BizCoach » Wed Mar 21, 2007 3:59 pm

First - I'm a windows user.

Second - I have to say I'm a GTD fan but not an absolute by-the-book adopter. Like most people (I assume) I pick and choose how I use systems like this. Thinking Rock seems to let me use it the way I like and not force me to use it in ways I don't want to.

I've tried several GTD programs and checked out many more. Thinking Rock is the best I've found so far.

I love that you can see all the actions on one screen and sort by columns - not only that sort by multiple columns!

I love that it's easy to make an action without assigning it to a project or a context.

I like that you can delegate things to people and track that.

I like that you can run it on a thumb drive.

Way to go guys! Can't wait for v2.0 and I'll gladly pay for it.
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Re: Why I picked Thinking Rock

Postby EveryWord » Wed Jan 05, 2011 4:15 pm

I'm also a Windows user, but also occasionally work in Mac OS X and Linux. I think it's great that ThinkingRock, because it's a Java app, can run anywhere. And, as mentioned, the ability to run the app or make data portable through a thumb drive is a big deal for those whose projects live on more than one computer. The ThinkingRock wiki has a tutorial about how to do this.

Mr. Seiffer, your review has gotten more than 3500 views in this forum! You should consider posting it in the 'User Stories' page of the wiki.
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