August 14, 2009
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Twitdone.com is released more than 3 months. There are hundreds users too. So we are willing to know something between you and twitdone.com. Something good or bad. Like, has your daily management been better after using twitdone? Are there any troublesome thing caused by twitdone? Which feature do you like most? What kind things are useful, but twitdone haven’t?
You can share anything about twitdone or GTD here as comment, or send email to email@example.com.
August 3, 2009
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Just come across a interesting post by Leo Babauta “How to Get Things Done with Twitter, and find that there are so many tools we can use to Getting Things Done with Twitter. But, it’s a pity that twitdone ,as a newbee is not mentioned in this post.
After reading these tools, we find that they have one common ground, twitter is just only one place to submit your tasks. And Twitdone bases on twitter. It’s a better integration with twitter. (you can read more about this point in previous posts). In future, there will be more deeper integration features.
GTD is a guide to let’s optimize the workflow. Twitter is a great place/way to note, communicate. We believe integration with twitter would be a better solution to improve work.
Twitdone has been released more than a month, and has hundreds users now. We have not done any commercial advise, and will not do that later. Twitdone grows up with the help of its users only. please tell us what we can do to let twitdone better.
July 19, 2009
Have to distribute tasks to members in your team everyday? Here’s a easy way to have your work fast and organized.
In twitdone, after listing tasks, you have several tools to handle them. One of these important tool is “Email”.
Clicking that email icon, there is a setting dialog.
Here, you can fill email who is in charge of it.
Select a date and an exact time to set this email.
Now let’s begin to plan next week’s work.
Normally, a task can be sent out only one time and to one person.
So do you have any good ideas? Submit them here.
July 15, 2009
TwitDone is an easy-to-use task management tool. And as the Twitter heavy users, we are spending a lot of time on twitter every day.
To be convenient, we are proud to say that you can directly add tasks to your twitdone place from twitter web, clients on our computer, iPhone clients, and etc.
How to add task:
- DM @twitdone with your task
- Add “#todo” in your tweet, this tweet will be a task in your twitdone
What’s the difference between them:
If using DM way, this task will be only in your twitdone. It’s a private tweet. If using ‘#todo’, this task will be one tweet in your twitter too. Then your followers can read what you are doing, and/or want to do.
Take ‘#todo’ way as an example, Please see the screenshots blow:
1. Type task, and ‘#todo’ can be at beginning, middle, or end.
2. Update tweet in Twitter
3. A new task in TwitDone
To use these tips to add tasks easily, you should have used twitdone.com one time at least.
July 11, 2009
Obviously, Twitter is one of the most popular communication platform. The first thing we do after opening computer is to tweet something. We use it tell world what we are doing, how we think about something, and etc.
So let’s say you’re same too. You’re a project manager, and have many works to do. You must need an easy-to-use tool.
Today, we’re introducing a new good tool based on the Twitter API, http://TwitDone.com, to help you to manage the to-dos and tasks fast and easily.
This tool allows you to list every task as the private tweet.
Now let’s manage the tasks.
You can label it as “done”, archive it, send task to somebody via email. And more, you can post tasks to twitter. Your followers will know what you’re doing soon.
Color is a visual way to sort tasks.
We believe that we’ve made it easier for people to organize task in working, stuffs in life. So try it out, and let us know what you think.