I'm sorry for the frustration here. In the last year, we have been slowly upgrading our support tools. We primarily communicate with our customers from our support page or social media. If you need an immediate response, just create a ticket from the support page (https://support.getitdoneapp.com) and someone will get back to you.
We do monitor the feedback here and plan on porting all the valuable ideas over to the new support tool.
We are definitely interested in your help! I've forwarded your email over to our product team as they prepare for the localization feature of the Get It Done. They will be in contact with you as soon as they are ready for translators. Thank you again for helping! We really appreciate it!
The Get It Done team
Thanks for clarifying, Colin. So what you're looking for is a way to multiselect Areas.
I've reopened this feedback so that others can vote in on this.
Is this what you are looking for:
thanks for the feedback, we added more votes, I'm not sure why it was so low
We added the ability to attach Evernotes to a task in the new version of the app. It is not exactly the same as you requested but we are getting closer.
To learn how to get on the new app click here:
If you choose the "OneDrive" option then you attach a file you should be able to attach your OneNote files. Let us know if this is what you are referring to.
You might want to check out our other app (http://manageitapp.com) which is more business focused, there is a much deeper Evernote integration for that app:
Thanks for the suggestion, currently Get It Done doesn't support sub tasks but our business app Manage It does: http://manageitapp.com/
We currently support Evernote. This page will explain our integration:
Thanks for the feedback, our new team app (http://manageitapp.com) has full project sharing. We are still considering adding this functionality to Get It Done but we need to see how well it works in our new app.
Thanks for the comment, most people use tags for priority. You can tag the task:
And you can easily filter by tag (priority). You can also set up a Smart Group for that tag to pull in all the tasks that have that priority no matter what project they may be in.
Thanks for the idea, the way you can work around this for now is to create a 'Person' called 'Waiting for' where it is a general folder where you can put tasks that you are waiting for someone to complete.
The best way right now to see what tasks are assigned to everyone is to also assign a project to the task. If you have a project assigned to the task, when you click on the project in the left column you will get a list of everyone who has tasks assigned to them that are in the project and you will see what tasks are assigned to them.
adding another comment:
IF you could make a reminder system in the app, lets say "Remind me 1x, 5x, 10x, etc" and "X before due" with a popup/notification on the screen (possible Snooze button), then you would have a task manager which not only deals with the PLANNING part, but also with the EXECUTION part.
I would like someone to give an example of their workflow where this would be useful. If I want a task to be put in my inbox on a particular date I put it in the 'Scheduled' folder. This helps me de clutter my 'Next' folder too.
Thanks, just trying to get a feel for the workflow since this is a popular request.