Jeff allows you to easily explore an idea using the Kanban method. Add a project, then use boards to describe its main sections.
Fill in the "To Do" list of a board with everything needing to be done to achieve the board’s target.
Then simply drag and drop idea cards from this to-do list to the « On going » list to keep an eye on what you are currently doing.
Finally, Use tags to group your thoughts or actions per theme, category or anything meaningful.
All your data are synced between your apple devices (iPhone, iPad)
You can also import your GitKraken Boards to continue your work.
What's new in this release ?
- CloudKit Sync improvements.
- Card reorder improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
viability concerns ..
I have reviewed this app about two months ago after the latest version, but somehow and for unknown reasons Apple deleted my review. For at least two weeks now I have been visiting the App page on the App Store and clicking "website" looking for new, but I get "Safari Can't find the server". I initially thought may be the developer was updating the page with English information as previously promised, but after trying to visit the website every couple of days for about two weeks now I am begining to think that the developer may have abandoned this app which would unfortunate because, as I said in my deleted review, Jeff has so much promise.
Great app for visual thinkers and planners
This app is nearly pefect in its simplicity and execution. I've been using it for a couple of weeks now and really enjoy it for what it does. I've been categorizing steps in a few projects, adding notes from brainstorming and discussions, and enjoying moving the items from card stack to card stack as projects get complete.
I would love to see integration across Mac, iPhone, and iPad apps because I splurged for both the MacOs and iOs versions, and it doesnt' appear you can sync your work between them without a gitkraken paid account (unless I'm missing something) so having it on all my devices is now usless unless I build it all again.
That said, this is still a stellar WYSIWYG app for the hyper organized who like visual organization and brainstorming!
Took a chance, shouldn't have.
I've been looking for a good offline Kanban app, and was immediately drawn to the visual style of Jeff. The icons in the column headings and colors, the polished UI, it looks solid.
The immediate dealbreaker for me was visible columns. The screenshots show 6 visible columns plus sidebar, or 5 columns with two sidebar panes. I'm on a new M1 16" MBP, and on my high-res display I get 4 columns with one sidebar, or only 3 columns with two sidebars!
There is no way to adjust column width, no zoom, just a ton of wasted column space on a display that could handle several more.
You can hide the far-left Projects pane, but not the Boards pane. This is irritating. The Boards pane just shows a list of your boards with a sub-list of the columns. It's pointless to force that pane to stay open -- it takes up a column of space and has no function when you're working in a board. Let us pop it open when we need it and give back the space.
There are no app preferences at all. Fittingly, when you select the Help menu, the pop says "Help isn't available for Jeff."
I was taken with the UI, but the clues are there: poor reviews, last update was a year ago. I thought 4.99 isn't much to take a risk, but I advise you to save your money.
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- JEAN-FRANCOIS N GUETTA REGIS ANIMAN
- 2.7 MB
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © ANIMAN Jean-Francois N'Guetta Régis
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