Over two years ago, I made a proposal for a 20 000-foot Kanban-like visualization concept for Cultured Code Things 3 task manager. This was in
This is the second (and last) installment in dealing with e-mails. It assumes that you have read the first one, basic ethos. If you have
First, Kansan-View scripts and css are now available on GitHub. Second, many thanks to Alexander Willner from Berlin, Germany for making the script fully compatible with
The following will allow a visual project-level overview of what is on your plate. It is comprised of 3 files: a python script, a CSS file and a PDF README file (a copy of this post). It can be executed from the terminal or as a system service using the macOS Automator app (thus never needing to open a terminal and can be associated to a keyboard short cut).
Almost there! Quite surprisingly, I hadn’t written html code since I completed my PhD in 1996. From 1993 to 1996, I created and maintained our
In a previous blog post entitled Adding an efficient, higher-level project view layer to Things 3: a proposal , I put forth that while Things 3 is
In the following, I would like to make an argument for a Kaban-Style view screen for projects that could become a 7th viewing mode (there is already 6 by default) in Things 3.
In the following are a few applications to help you along the way. Of course, nothing precludes the good old pen and paper
Ever since moving all of my projects an tasks planning digital, I have used a dedicated task manager. I started with Cultured Code Things over
The team at Cultured Code has announced on their blog that they have reached 1 million copies of Things sold. In the same blog post,