Doesn't sync to web I paid for a one-year subscription for the web service. Recently start using the android app. After 1 week of usage, I realized, to my aghast, that the android app doesn't sync to the web app at all. I am worried that my whole week's worth of data is lost because the app doesn't sync. Please solve this asap. The whole point of GTD is to transfer all mental burden to a trusted system. The only way to earn this trust is to have a correct and transparent syncing process.
I REALLY want to like Nirvana HQ Their Web app is stellar; the best of all the GTD apps I've tried, imo. However, development and communication is very poor. If I were using a free app, I'd be OK with never hearing from the developer, but essentially there is no free version of Nirvana HQ, at least not a viable one imo.
Great for the GTD purist on Android When I switched from iOS to Android a year ago, I worried about no longer having access to OmniFocus, my preferred GTD software package. Nirvana's native Android app (when coupled with their excellent web-based tool) is finally a "good enough" solution to quiet the voice in my head that had been longing to return to the blissful embrace of a clutter free mind that had previously only been provided by Omni. There are a few features I'd love to see added: - Project folders or sub-projects (although this can be fudged with the "areas" feature) - Logical NOT functionality added to areas. Since many people use areas as a fudge for project folders, it would be handy to be able to filter for "NOT work" when I'm home and vice versa - Contextual reminders via the notification system. Google Keep has this one nailed (location, time) - Attachments! Even if only photos, task capture is often quicker with a picture All this being said, Nirvana is a great barebones tool that now includes all the necessary elements of a functional GTD organizational system. The combination of user-friendly web interface and native mobile app is Nirvana's biggest strength and should not be understated.
Favorite GTD app, but there are issues. I have tried many GTD apps, and so far, this is my favorite. The web interface is relatively easy to navigate and follows the key GTD principles. However, I'm hesitant to purchase the licenses because the dev team appears to be not responsive to their customers. I'm don't want to invest in a tool that is potentially abandonware. Below are a list of enhancements that would make this a 5 star app. Most of these items are related to making it easier to collect tasks into the inbox: - A widget that makes it easy to add tasks to your inbox! - A widget that shows your Focus items - A chrome extension that make it easy to see Focus items and add to inbox - Integration with IFTTT so that I can easily create new tasks from may other relevant apps - Ability to "subscribe" to Nirvana from Google Calendar - Ability to set priority for tasks - Improve navigation on the Android app (using material design.) It takes too many clicks to see my focus/next items within a certain area. It takes too many clicks to add to the inbox - google now / Siri command to quickly add a new item to the inbox - Ability to attach docs - Evernote linkage
Closest to true GTD format I've been able to find. Allows for a lot of projects and reference lists without it feeling overwhelming to get to them. Just wish there was a widget! :-)
Flexible and neat Some small issues syncing and usability issues, but very handy and useful. An essential tool if you want to get more productive
Productivity system that helps collect, prioritize and complete important tasks.
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