I’m currently looking for a new GTD Tool. I have been on Todoist for a long time, but I want something encrypted, and while googling around this one came up! However, since I have a fairly “big” GTD set-up now I would like to ask some questions before I start moving everything over. I have tried the app, so the questions comes after some small usage.
- Is there any way to have a project that uses both “Parallel” and “Sequential” tasks? I have some projects that has tasks that need to “wait” until I have done another task, but sometimes I also have a mix of tasks that can be done in different contexts.
Project: Fix my bike
- Re. bike lamps, what should I get Context: Computer (I’m not allowed to use @ more than twice since I’m a new user)
1.2 (This task require me to have task 1. finished): Buy new bike lamps Context: Errand
- Remove bell from old bicycle Context: Home
As you see in that example I can do task 1 and 2, but not 1.2. Is there any way for me to make the app understand this and show me the tasks I can do?
I know it says the app has encrypted sync (for 1€ a month when you sign up for a year), what kind of encryption does it use? E.G. Can you the developer read my task list somehow? Or is the encryption done so it is only ever de-crypted with my own password on devices I own. In my case it would be three different computers and one Android phone.
Are there any plans to adding attachment support to the app? I understand if not since that would require a lot more server space when people use the encrypted storage. However, I’m still curios, since I have ended up using attachment a fair lot in Todoist.
In the Android app, is there any way to make the Contexts show up in the side bar for an even quicker access to them? I know there is the filtering stuff, but I rarely ever sort by due date, energy, or labels. I tend to almost always move between projects or my different context views. So I would love to have each context I have created in a quick swipe action away. Like they show up in the sidebar on the desktop app for Linux.
If I buy the app, do I get to use the app on as many devices as I like, or is there a limit before I need to buy another license?
I believe those are my first questions. Thanks for creating the app! It looks really interesting, so I’m quite eager to give it a deeper go, but before that I would just like to know it “handles” what I’m considering since I quite a lot to move if I change.