OneThingToday Touch

Time based task management

Get something done today. Get something done every day.

For iPhone & iPod Touch • Only $0.99





 

There are lots of ways to get things done. With OneThingToday you simply assign a single task or project to each day. This helps you focus on one major goal each day, avoiding the distraction of other pending tasks or ongoing projects. Plan your time in a weekly view, then switch back to display only the task you have assigned for the current day.



Is OneThingToday for Me?

OneThingToday is designed to make managing your tasks as simple as possible, without micromanaging your time.

OneThingToday is designed for people who have multiple simultaneous projects, and can enhance their productivity by focusing on one project each day.

 

 

OneThingToday is also designed for people who only have time to tackle one task each day, and who find themselves overwhelmed by all their pending tasks in their limited time.

Plan your reading schedule. Plan your daily workout. Do whatever you want, but do it easily and get it done.

 



OneThingToday is not a traditional Task Manager, and is not an implementation of Getting Things Done®.

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