A GTD Homepage
Jello Dashboard is a Getting Things Done (GTD) solution for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and above. It is released under the GPLv3 open source license.
Jello Dashboard uses your existing Outlook data and manage them in a more comprehensive way, following the GTD methodology by David Allen.
It runs in any PC with Outlook installed, even a locked-down company machine because it does not necessarily need installation. You can extract all files to a folder, and use it. No further alterations to your system should be made.
Microsoft Outlook® is a popular and powerful email and time management application (especially in the business world) with lots of potential into the GTD field but without any implemented solutions except for the official add-in from the David Allen company which is considered to be relatively incomplete by many users.
Jello Dashboard is a solution which takes advantage of an underestimated feature of Microsoft Outlook®. The web-enabled homepage.
Getting things done
Getting Things Done (aka GTD) is a brilliant time-management practice conceived by David Allen.
A part of its greatness lies within its do-it-yourself nature with no specific or expensive tools required for practising it. You can apply the principles of GTD using a pack of cards, a standard organizer, a PDA or a cell phone, a notebook or plain paper and folders. And this is exactly the point where the whole thing gets complicated and overwhelming for lots of users. That’s the reason there is a great number of GTD applications out there for every operating system and taste.
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"I use outlook as it is the only application support by our corporate IT. Until Jello I managed my task lists and projects entirely on paper. Outlook has been a good application with a bad interface, one that takes more time to make it usable than you ever get back. Thanks for the great work - great value. I'll be encouraging my team to switch to Jello to help them get the best out of outlook as at the moment most of them struggle to manage their mail and"
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