Tedium is a new web-based GTD system. You can access your lists from a modern browser on all platforms.
Simple interface, but maybe too simple for my taste? Not sure yet. I think the tasks should have had more importance (in style), and the buttons under them be less visible. But I must admit they have great taste in colors.
It worked flawlessly in Safari on Mac and Firefox on Win XP. Dragging things around works and editing is fast and responsive.
Todos kan be tagged with tags, which can be used like David Allen the way David Allen suggests you set things up with contexts.
You can also set dates for tasks that need to be done before a certain date.
You can sign up for a free test account but I couldn’t figure out if it was always free, or if there was a fee after some time. Data can be exported out of the system. They haven’t got around to write an export feature, but they will send you your data if you cancel the account.
Try it out! I wish there were an offline system to go with it, but if you’re always online and trust Tedium to also be, this could be your next way to get things done.blog comments powered by Disqus