Firetask 4.7

Firetask 4.7

Firetask empowers busy people to get things done Kanban-style. From capturing your thoughts and managing your personal to-dos to organizing and focusing on your most important tasks, Firetask uniquely combines Kanban & GTD.

Key Features

  • Intuitive GTD Workflow. Easy, logical navigation based on the major GTD phases: Collect (Capture), Focus, Manage, and Review
  • Clear Today View. One overview across all your due and in focus tasks - optionally also showing in-progress and tasks completed earlier today
  • Waiting For List. Automatically managed GTD Waiting For list - grouped by assignees of all your delegated tasks
  • Multiple Kanban Views. Drag & drop Kanban views across statuses, upcoming due and scheduled tasks, priorities, and categories
  • Calendar visualization. Practical Dates view shows monthly calendar overview of your tasks - supports due and scheduled modes
  • Projects & Portfolios. Comprehensive support for project task lists - complete with progress visualization and optional portfolios
  • Actions and Checklists. Split complex tasks into smaller actions and save repeatedly used tasks as reusable checklists
  • Integrations & API. Integrated with built-in Calendar and Reminder apps - simple URL scheme-based API
  • Syncing via iCloud. Transparent syncing via Apple's iCloud - no separate account needed
  • Privacy by Design. Your tasks stay on your devices and on your iCloud account only

What's New:

Version 4.7.0:

  • New Pomodoro timer (standard 25 minutes) in Today view
  • Ability to estimate tasks in Pomodoros via new "Effort" field
  • Automatic Pomodoros count for the In Focus list on Today -so you can use it as your daily Pomodoro to-do list


  • Title: Firetask 4.7
  • Developer: Gerald Aquila
  • Compatibility: macOS 10.15 or later
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 8.66 MB
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