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Are you tired of your routine?

When you come to office, open your laptop, see hundreds of emails, cards, to-dos, and lists, you wonder who has done what, and who is going to do what. If only you had a simpler tool to plan and prioritize work!

Welcome to a new way of getting work done.

Free for 5 people for life. No credit card required.

Our launch at TC Disrupt, SF on Sep 7, 2018 received an overwhelming response, therefore we are inviting a few selected teams for the beta.

New way of getting work done

Whether you are collaborating with team members, sharing an update, planning activities, prioritizing tasks or managing your time; all this is possible with Get Things Done.

Get Things Done helps you take control of your day by organizing your work efficiently.

client

No one teaches prioritization. Get Things Done is going to simplify our lives and that’s what my team needs. I am going to use it everyday for everything.

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Alex Beauchamp

Director, Social Media and dog lover

Hulu

client

Loved the Simplicity and Clarity.

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Abhijit Bansod

Founder & Creative director

Studio ABD

client

Life can be better if I know what to prioritize and focus on just that one task, get it done without interruption, then moving to the next task.

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Peter Wu

Founder

Lovtap

client

Everything accessible on one page. Loved the concept of personal workspace.

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Abhinav

Head, Industrial design

Studio ABD

client

We have lost focus. Hoping this will help us get there.

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Karthik

Co-founder

Root code Tech

client

I am loving Get Things Done. The idea of keeping only 3 activities for a day is wonderful.

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Niki

Growth Catalyst and mother

Pepper Square

client

Liked the simplicity. Dashboard & Reports are very useful & helped me understand the outcome of projects.

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Pranav

Manager- NPD

Studio ABD

client

I am Beta testing this wonderful product. It really inspires me to prioritize my work. I am using it for the last few months, my mind is stress-free.

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Punith

Software developer and gardner

Pepper Square