Some advanced task management features are added to the Mindweb application.
Beside the originally developed tree view, the task views with different groupings are available, the same way it’s available in FreeplaneGTD plugin.… Read More Mindweb task management
New version of the Freeplane GTD is released, this version features French translation by Marian Llabrés. The add-on is available here.
There are times I have to write a longer article, document, or prepare a presentation, where I have no idea how I’m going to get my thoughts structured. This is where document outliner tools come handy.
My primary goal when creating the Mindweb application was, to create a tool for managing my GTD system. As it’s based on standard mindmap functionality, there is no reason not to use it as a document outliner.… Read More Using Mindweb as a document outliner
As I detailed in the last article about my little side-project, for creating a web-based mindmap/task management application, I have gone through several architecture design stages. What that article doesn’t mention, is the amount of refactoring it took in the modules themselves, to reach a working prototype.
I’ve created an issue tracker to allow users to report issues, add feature requests about the Mindweb web based, freeplane compatible collaboration tool! The issue tracker is available here. Please share your ideas for development!
This is the initial announment of the availability of the first working version of a HTML 5 based freeplane viewer/editor.… Read More Mindweb initial announment
The new release adds a basic GTD template to get you started.… Read More FreeplaneGTD 1.6.2 is now available
Starting up your GTD system in Freeplane is quite easy, all you need is an inbox, a place to put your projects to, a place to put the items for review, and optionally a place to place your archive tasks.
To simplify it even more, the new release now contains simple template to get you started.… Read More Template to get you started with Freeplane GTD
Thanks to Miguel Molina’s translation efforts, the add-on is now available in Spanish! As usual the add-on is available on the release site, or on GitHub. You can use this direct link to download the add-on.
Freeplane add-ons can have a properly designed internationalization mechanisms, that change the text according to your language settings. Unfortunately this will also show the [translate me] for all unsupported languages. It’s only a few minutes to do your translation if you want to get rid of that annoying message!