Abergavenny, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2012 -- To Do List Software Release Promises: "To Do Needn't Be Too Dull". New task management application takes a unique, rich graphical approach to task lists - preventing 'list fatigue'.
Shout Internet Ltd today announced the launch of its latest software product 'ShoutDone' which takes a unique, design-led approach to task management.
The to do list software, which runs natively on both PC and Mac, is targeted at anyone wishing to better-organize their work and personal time, without falling foul of what CEO, Rich Butterworth, terms "list fatigue".
"ShoutDone was born of my own frustration" said Rich. "I'd tried dozens of established products, but got tired of the 'column list' design approach they all took. I figured there had to be a better way of laying out projects and tasks that would appeal more to right-brain thinkers like myself".
The result of several months' development, ShoutDone is free for single installations on PC or Mac, and a 'Pro' version retails at $37 for multiple device installations (with automatic synchronization between installations, via a free 'Evernote' account).
Features include one-click task filters, drag and drop task sorting, Evernote account compatibility, automated task prioritization, e-mail task entry, hotkey shortcuts and special 'spotlight' view mode.
ShoutDone is also compliant with David Allen's popular 'GTD' task management methodology.
"With the coming of a new year there's never been a better time to review your projects, tasks and priorities and to address the work life balance" said Rich Butterworth. "ShoutDone gives users the tools they need to get organized and stay organized - a task management system they'll want to use for the long term."
ShoutDone is available for download from today at http://www.todolistsoftware.org
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