A lot of Tablet PC and Ultra-Mobile PC users are really in to productivity solutions, so it should be of no surprise to hear Tablet users sing the praises of David Allen’s Getting Things Done method of time management.
GottaBeMobile.com forum member Steve Beller just let us know that NetCentrics has released a much anticipated update for Getting Things Done Outlook Add-In users. Version 2.5.21 enables the GTD Outlook add-in to work with Outlook 2007. It is important to note that the GTD add-in is not supported on Vista, but they will be releasing another update in Q2 2007 for that compatability. That said, I’ve installed the add-in on my Vista install and all appears to be running fine at the moment.
If you use the GTD add-in to help manage your time and tasks, and you’ve recently upgraded to Outlook 2007, then head over to the GTD site and download the update. The update is free.
If you are interested in learning more about the add-in and how it helps to implement David Allen’s Getting Things Done method, then check out the product page here. The add-in costs $69.95 and there is a trial version available.
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