Today is an exciting day. In direct collaboration with David Allen, Intentional Software will apply its Meta approach to deliver a compelling user experience for the Getting Things Done methodology, with the goal of increasing productivity on mobile devices. The project does not plan to replace existing systems like email, voicemail, social networks, or other collaborative applications, but rather develop a “Meta” application that integrates with leading applications individuals already use.

“Today, society is more mobile than ever and there is an expectation that our devices should enable us to become more productive,” said David Allen, Founder and Chairman of the David Allen Company. “However, that is often not the case. The team at Intentional has taken a completely different approach to creating software, one that lends itself particularly well to encoding the GTD methodology in a multi-point, mobile productivity solution.”

Get involved by providing user experience feedback or learn about the partnership opportunities for organizations who wish to integrate with this new offering. Intentional Software is also actively recruiting talented individuals to collaborate on this project.  Interested parties are encouraged to contact Intentional Software at

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6 Responses to Announcing Collaboration with Productivity Leader David Allen

  1. Jim Tice says:

    Will this program be designed for Mac and Windows. The project is a great idea. It would be great to have one program that features all the pieces of GTD together. Is there a target date for the final project?

    • Branch Hendrix says:

      Thank you for your interest. We do not have a fixed date for release , but plan to involve early users in the process, so the release timeframe will depend on their feedback. With respect to platforms, we know that GTD users use a variety of platforms and applications, and as we stated in the press release, our initial target will be mobile devices. To stay up to date and get involved, please sign up for our community.

  2. Bob Smith says:

    In my view, you need a cloud based system that is always in sync, whenever I move from my desktop, iPhone/ipad, laptop, etc., throughout the day and evening.

    • Branch Hendrix says:

      We would agree. In order to support multiple computing devices, a central sync point is an effective enabler.

  3. Pedro Fradique says:

    I’m interested in participating, how can I sign-up?

  4. Branch Hendrix says:

    On page there is a sign up section in the right column. You can submit your name and email address there to participate in the areas denoted on the page.