August 12, 2009 | by Andrew Kameka
Project and task management Android app ActionComplete has been updated to 2.0 status, adding some new features and improvements. ActionComplete has been adjusted to appeal to more GTD practitioners and followers of Stephen R. Covey’s Four Quadrants time management method.
ActionComplete is a productivity app geared towards users who need more than a simple to-do list. As we mentioned in our written and video review of ActionComplete months ago, the app allows users to group their tasks or projects into manageable actions. It allows for waits, actions that need to be taken by others, and pending, long-term projects that are still in the conceptual stage.
New features/improvements in the latest version of ActionComplete include:
- Support for importance for all item types (actions, waits, projects, and pending)
- Ability to filter on project for actions and waits
- Conversion from actions to waits or convert waits to actions
- Voice notification is a new and default notification option. Can be changed to pre-2.0 buzz in preferences
- Launch at boot option will start ActionComplete user interface on phone startup
- Configurable number of items to display in lists for faster operation set this preference to 10, 25, or 50. Set to All for a review. Default is All
- Improved preferences screen for multi-choice preferences tap the preference repeatedly to select a desired value
- Usability enhancements in various places
- Performance enhancements and bug fixes
ActionComplete is available for free in the Android Market.