ZenTasktic implements a productivity workflow called "Assess, Decide, Do", which aims at balancing the time and energy you spend in various areas of your life, while maximizing your effectiveness.
Assess is the realm in which you, well, assess, things. You can add new items to your system (tasks, projects or ideas), you can brainstorm or archive them. Once you're satisfied with WHAT you have in mind, you can move the item in Decide.
Decide is the realm in which you, well, decide on the resources you want to allocate. You can add a context to your task, or set up a specific due date. Once you're happy with WHEN, you can move the item in Do.
Do is the realm in which you're just doing, knowing that WHAT you have to do and WHEN you have to do it are both taken care of. So you can just focus.
At any given moment, an item can be sent back and forth between realms.
Once marked as "Done", an item is added to a special collection (aptly named "Done") in Assess, from where you can unarchive the item if you want to act on it again.
Furthermore, this "dance" of tasks between realms creates specific behavioral patterns which are then analyzed by the app to generate meaningful suggestions. ZenTasktic can tell you when you're doing too much, too little, when to slow down or when you're actually in flow.
And it does that by looking at your entire workflow from Assess, through Decide, and then Do, up to eventually marking something as Done.
This is a minor release, containing various UI improvements and bug fixes.
- on Mac, in Decide, clicking on a row goes directly to the task / project now, without showing the popover menu anymore
- aligned all images top table view cell in all custom cells
- adjusted icon sizes and positions in custom list cells
- adjusted Today label colorDo in Do
- solved a bug in which UIDatePicker wasn't showing on DecideTaskView (it was showing in the subtask view, when task was inside a project)
- fixed double navigation bug for assess projects / ideas / collections detail view
- updated some contextual menu obsolete method calls
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