Firetask combines the advantages of David Allen’s Getting Things Done (GTD)® with proven classical task management features such as due dates and priorities in a unique way.
Entering a number of tasks in Firetask is as simple and fast as writing a few lines of text. There is no need to take your hands from the keyboard. Assign projects, categories, priorities, due dates and even delegate tasks via “tagging” using the # and @ characters, or use the Touch Bar on supported MacBooks.
Firetask’s “Today” view shows all tasks that are starred, due, scheduled for today, or already in progress in a single, clear overview. "Next" provides access to upcoming due and scheduled tasks, as well as next tasks per project. "Waiting For" summarizes all your delegated tasks nicely grouped by assignee.
Firetask is project-oriented meaning that tasks can be part of a project, but do not have to be. You can also use categories to optionally provide additional context. This helps you to break down your unnumbered tasks into manageable units and it helps us to provide you with a more focused view across all your commitments.
Use the Kanban view to get a rich, visual overview of all your current responsibilities and commitments and speed up your weekly GTD® review by using drag & drop on a GTD-optimized kanban board.
Like to work with priorities? Use the Kanban-style Priorities view to clearly review and organize your actionable tasks by priority. And if you don't? The default priority is not visualized, so it does not get in your way.
View and manage all your tasks that are due on or scheduled for a certain date, in a familiar, calendar-like view. Even set time-based reminders… ideal for tasks that have to be completed at a specific time. Now even with an optional integration with calendar events.