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Old 08-19-2007, 09:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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For those of you who were waiting for the new official GTD application NextAction! 2.0 Falcon: It has been released just some minutes ago! (Thanks to my feed reader )

You can check out the official press release at: S4BB Limited Press Release: NextAction! 2.0 Falcon has been released

New Features:
  • Project Support
  • Full Task Note Support
  • Incredible Performance Boost
  • Multilanguage: English, German and Chinese interface available
  • Desktop Synchronization Abilities: compatible with Outlook, Notes, ACT!, iCal, Entourage, Groupwise, etc.
  • Task Hiding

Download:
Free Demo (desktop install)
Free Demo (OTA)
NextAction! Quick Guide
NextAction! Manual

Where to get it:
Just go to NextAction! Purchase Page.
There is currently a $10 (25%) release discount for fast guys. Just enter NA20FALCONDISCOUNT at the end of the purchase process to get it.

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Old 08-19-2007, 10:29 PM   #2 (permalink)
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What's does it do exactly and how is it better than other software if any?
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Old 08-19-2007, 11:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Wirelessly posted (8300: BlackBerry8300/4.2.2 Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/102)

What's does it do exactly and how is it better than other software if any?
Just try the demo version dude

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Old 08-19-2007, 11:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Who is demo version dude? Is he a registered user? Not exactly a way to encourage use. Why don't you post some useful info here in this thread and add to the community.
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500 Internal Server Error when I attempt to access the OTA download link.
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Who is demo version dude? Is he a registered user? Not exactly a way to encourage use. Why don't you post some useful info here in this thread and add to the community.
I am not the vendor - just a user who wanted to share some information. But if you want to know more:

Other software like todoMatrix is not able to synchronize with my desktop using PocketMax (or BlackBerry Desktop Manager on Windows). Moreover, it is a direct approach to David Allen's GTD method to "get things done". Therefor it saves a lot of time when I add, review and resolve tasks. I am using NextAction! for over one year and also participated in the beta test for the Falcon. I am really happy the new final version is available now. Anyway, a very good and consistent way for handling my tasks are the shortcuts in NextAction! which allow me to process my task in a fast way. Also the performance boost is really helpful as NA is now able to handle several thousand tasks with an ease.

The internal task application is very hard to handle if you want to be productive.

So if you wanna know more subjective feelings I can keep writing dude

By the way: OTA installation works fine on my BlackBerry

P.S.: I synchronize with iCal, Entourage and the Apple Address Book without any problems. That's really nice.
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Just tried it again. Works now. We'll see if it is worth the 30.00usd WITH the discount.
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I am not the vendor - just a user who wanted to share some information. But if you want to know more:

Other software like todoMatrix is not able to synchronize with my desktop using PocketMax (or BlackBerry Desktop Manager on Windows). Moreover, it is a direct approach to David Allen's GTD method to "get things done". Therefor it saves a lot of time when I add, review and resolve tasks. I am using NextAction! for over one year and also participated in the beta test for the Falcon. I am really happy the new final version is available now. Anyway, a very good and consistent way for handling my tasks are the shortcuts in NextAction! which allow me to process my task in a fast way. Also the performance boost is really helpful as NA is now able to handle several thousand tasks with an ease.

The internal task application is very hard to handle if you want to be productive.

So if you wanna know more subjective feelings I can keep writing dude

By the way: OTA installation works fine on my BlackBerry

P.S.: I synchronize with iCal, Entourage and the Apple Address Book without any problems. That's really nice.
You Still havent said what it does exactly! List features please.
A simple outline of what the program does would be most helpful. Most people including myself don't like installing trials if its not what we what on our device.

Does it integrate with built in task program - thats the most crucial for me.
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Nothing personal, Fred. But you should check out the user manual yourself. Every question you asked is right there. You want other people to do all the work for you?
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Nothing personal, Fred. But you should check out the user manual yourself. Every question you asked is right there. You want other people to do all the work for you?
So the OP obviously had the time to real pretty like describe that this product was updated but didnt list what it does exactly - is that too much to ask sir? I dont think so - I can certainly research it but he volunteered to post info about it already. A simple description of what it does, not its new features, would have been better.
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Hi!

Just don't want to interrupt you, but had to...

So I installed the trial, sync with Outlook, have several tasks in Outlook and correctly synced to the basic Blackberry task-program. They don't show up in NextAction! 2.0 -> why?

All tasks I enter in Outlook don't show up in NextAction! just in the internal task program.

When I enter something in NextAction! it'll correctly show up in Outlook.

Any idea?

OL -> BBtask -> check
OL -> NAction -> nope
BBtask -> OL -> check
NAction -> OL -> check
BBtask -> NAction -> nope
NAction -> BBtask -> check

hmmm?

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Jesus christ.
$50?
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Hi!

Just don't want to interrupt you, but had to...

So I installed the trial, sync with Outlook, have several tasks in Outlook and correctly synced to the basic Blackberry task-program. They don't show up in NextAction! 2.0 -> why?

All tasks I enter in Outlook don't show up in NextAction! just in the internal task program.

When I enter something in NextAction! it'll correctly show up in Outlook.

Any idea?

OL -> BBtask -> check
OL -> NAction -> nope
BBtask -> OL -> check
NAction -> OL -> check
BBtask -> NAction -> nope
NAction -> BBtask -> check

hmmm?

Greetings
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Try to assion a category to your tasks. All my tasks show up in NA.
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Jesus christ.
$50?
Sounds like a bargain if its not the cheap plastic kind, unless of course you can fill it with your liquid of choice. Ever hear the Billy Idol song, Plastic Jesus.
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$40.
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Old and fat, playing poker with bulldogs. I'll throw in a dozen white tube socks for $50 even.
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Old and fat, playing poker with bulldogs. I'll throw in a dozen white tube socks for $50 even.
Ok but only if I get Maltese Falcon statute dressed in a black Tux too.
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$50?
Where did u get that price? Read the page! $39.95 or $29.95 w/ discount.

But still too much for that app.
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Where did u get that price? Read the page! $39.95 or $29.95 w/ discount.

But still too much for that app.
Upgraders will get it for $19.95

Btw: I got the first version for $50 a year ago and already this early one was the 50 bucks worth.
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Where did u get that price? Read the page! $39.95 or $29.95 w/ discount.

But still too much for that app.
I did read the page and I swear to god it said $49.99 yesterday.
Now that price is crossed out and it has a different one.
I don't know. Maybe I was just too tired and misread it.
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