Dwight - Priority To Do Matrix 4+

Eisenhower Task Manager

Evolutio d.o.o

    • 3.8 • 5 Ratings
    • $3.99

Description

Dwight - Priority Task Matrix is a task management solution based on the Eisenhower principle, helping you filter tasks by urgency and importance and concentrate on what matters to you.

This method requires group tasks and activities into four priorities based on urgency and importance and plans them ahead of time, before the next productive day.

Priority matrix:
- Important and urgent.
- Important but not urgent.
- Not important but urgent.
- Not important and not urgent.

It is essential to understand the difference between important and urgent tasks. Urgent tasks demand an immediate and fast reaction and are usually associated with dealing with someone else's deadlines. Important tasks are achieving our long-term goals are often not urgent.

To put us in the position to grow our business and careers, we should spend most of our time working on important and not urgent tasks and delegate all that is urgent but not important. To focus on growing yourself, delegate more if you can.

"What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important." Dwight "Ike" Eisenhower, 34th President of the United States.

Key Features:
- Create a task and put each into one of the Priority Matrix categories
- Create a list, add an icon, and improve your productivity
- Sort created lists using the native drag and drop behaviour
- Add a due date for each task
- Use "Due Date" categories to check your schedule for today or tomorrow
- Set a reminder and receive push notifications
- Default reminders
- Switch between dark and light mode or use the system settings.
- Change the priority matrix view
- Use iCloud sync and manage your tasks on other devices
- Sync iOS Reminder app
- Upload images
- Secondary Click (click with two fingers) on a task to change the priority
- Due date calendar

More to come, Atlassian integration for Jira and Confluence Cloud.

What’s New

Version 2.2.1

Trello Integration

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

noxavem ,

Good looks & syncing, needs more flexibility

Bought this for iCloud syncing between devices and iOS Reminders integration, plus it looks good. I'm a little frustrated at the flexibility though.

I'd like the option to create multiple matrices for different life areas/projects instead of tasks from multiple lists assigned to 1 overall matrix. It would also be nice to be able to see all the quadrants with included tasks in one screen, especially with the ability to drag and drop tasks into different quadrants.

I use iOS reminders for shopping and there's no way to move a task to the Shopping List under the "Special Lists" section. I had to make a shopping list under "My List" instead. Being able to drag and drop iOS reminders into various lists would speed up the sorting process.

Lastly, after taking the time to rename the matrix fields, the names at the top of the list should match and there should be the option to change the descriptive text as well. Personally, I find the permanent notes telling me how to use the different quadrants distracting and annoying.

This app has the best aesthetics and syncing integration among the Eisenhower matrix apps that I've checked out. It's simple enough to be focused, but not flexible enough to be powerful... yet.

EarthSaiyan ,

Has great potential. Badly needs a feature.

Dwight is an excellent app that has almost all the features of a proper GTD app. It has the priority matrix, and app integrations (with Outlook, Reminders, etc.) on top - all very good!
But, it is currently missing certain basic features - like copy/paste an existing task. Most of daily tasks are repetitive - with a similar set of subtasks required. These must be duplicable, otherwise, I simply can't make use of Dwight (although I'd love to). An extra feature is the integration with Apple Mail app - if we can get a task associated with an email, which we can then set a reminder for, and say, after a week or so - come back to the email via the task, that's brilliant! @Devs - Please help get these two features on board.

Developer Response ,

First of all, thanks for your feedback and big thanks for buying the app.

1. We can add this feature, is quite simple. For daily repetitive tasks, we created a new feature called daily routine. You can enable it in settings. With this feature you can create simple repetitive list and add a time when all resolved tasks should be created again. Also you can set day offs. I think this feature will help you and it is even better that copy tasks.

2. For the Apple Mail integration, I am sorry but it is not possible. Due to iOS limitations, we cant get flagged emails and connect them with Dwight. There is one workaround with iMac.
- Connect Reminder with Dwight app
- Just drag and drop mail in Reminder app
- Mail will appear as a task in Reminder app and sync with Dwight
- We are using Siri on the same way. It is really poweful

I hope that this will help you. Please use in future the option to contact our support directly.

I want to inform you that we plan a new release soon. We will release backlog (more support for GTD) and Gmail integration.

Hope that this is enough for 5 stars :-)

Kind Regards

Dwight team

ViccVinegar ,

Buggy

When I click list items to edit, the wrong item is loaded up.

When I edit an item, the changes don't show until I cross off the item.

Shouldn't be a monetized app with major bugs like this IMO.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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