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6 GTD Applications for Linux to Improve Productivity

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Getting things done (GTD), an organization method created by productivity guru David Allen, has gained a lot of reputation amongst many folks who are enthusiastic about managing their time. The essence of this method is to take the task-taking process out of the mind and onto an external medium like a paper or a text file. Since its detailed mention in Allen’s bestselling book by the same name, Getting Things Done has been incorporated into many organization web apps and software.

Here are some applications that let you get the best of GTD on your very own Linux system:

Chandler

Seriously, no FRIENDS references here -- Chandler is a Python-based, cross-platform calendaring application released under the Apache license. Although Chandler isn’t a full-blown GTD application, it is based on the same principles that are mentioned in David Allen’s book.

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