Dejumble for Mac provides an always accessible task and note application that integrates perfectly with your mac. One click on the menubar and see what needs to be done now. Whether you want to strictly adhere to GTD principles, follow a prioritization method, just take notes or have a grocery list; Dejumble is the perfect fit your your Desktop!Tag and prioritize, set due dates and stay focused.
Simple sub-tasking directly in a task's notes.
Take the boring out of notes with basic formatting like bold and italic.
Powerful filtering via customizable smart groups.
File completed tasks for complete history of what's been done.
With Dejumble, notes are not just a simple add-on, they are an essential part of the design. Add sub-tasks, create bold and italic text and set colours using Dejumble's super simple wiki style editing. Here's and example of some notes:
Errands while I'm out.
*Drop of library books.*
In Dejumble, we've made tagging and prioritization as natural as entering the title of a task. Tags can be entered anywhere in the task's title using the hash character (#), like #Work and #Errands. The same goes for prioritizing tasks, use an exclamation point followed by a value from 1-9, like !9 or !3. Once a task has bee tagged, or prioritized; navigation is as simple as clicking on the hatch tag in your task list. Here's and example of a task with some tags and a priority:
Plan meeting with board about possible expansion #planning #phone !9
Fixes crash effecting Mac OS X Lion users.
Dejumble (com.thinkingcode.dejumbleapp) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com.
Operating System: Mac
Default Install Path: /Applications/Dejumble.app
Minimum OS version: 10.5