IQTELL marries ‘inbox zero’ and GTD in new app [App of the Day]

IQTELL marries ‘inbox zero’ and GTD in new app [App of the Day]

If you’re like me then you’ve likely got an email inbox full of unread messages and a to-do list that gets longer every day. For all the labels and rules we’ve set up in our lives the truth is that we can do better. IQTELL’s new Android app is here to help.

Employing a combination of David Allen’s Getting Things Done principles and some secret ingredients, IQTELL promises to deliver a consistent “inbox zero”. You’ll find it merges an assortment of tools and services such as Gmail, calendars, Evernote, projects, and more.

Users can log into the system through a variety of account types but we’re pretty sure you’re most focused about Gmail. With that in mind, you can also start from scratch with an IQTELL account.

To keep things moving along at all times, the app works even in times when you have no data connectivity. Push reminders, snoozing, batch processing, and stars are some of the components that help users stay organized. For those who need a bit of guidance and direction, IQTELL also delivers a weekly review to see where things can be improved.

The app is new to the Google Play Store but thus far the reviews are quite positive.

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