ActionComplete helps people around the world become purposeful,
effective, and successful in career,
and other aspects of life.
The hallmark of ActionComplete GTD Toolkit is its streamlined yet flexible and sophisticated
task management approach that enables people of all walks of life to take a firm grip on their tasks,
assignments, errands, and to-dos and put a stop to leaks through the cracks.
ActionComplete GTD Toolkit is designed to stay close to the vision of the Getting
Things Done book by David Allen. ActionComplete does not claim to be a "full
implementation" of GTD. Rather, it takes its key elements and leverages them in an efficient and
easy to use way.
All ActionComplete products are engineered in-house. We know what every line of code does and why it is
there. Our artisan manufacturing process allows us to continuously improve our products and be
absolutely confident in their utmost quality.
We take pride in our unparalleled customer support. Whether you are evaluating an ActionComplete product,
have just purchased one, or are a long-time ActionComplete user, you are equally important to us.
We do not use recurring subscriptions. It's our view that you should be in full control of the charges
applied to your credit card. We do keep your data - for up to a year - when you forget to renew your
subscription in the flux of life. And when you remember and do renew, the lapse time is on us.
On this site you will learn about ActionComplete GTD Toolkit. Remember that your feedback is
important to us. Get engaged and tell us what you think - you have a vote in shaping the future of
The way ActionComplete for Web calculates due dates for recurring tasks and the tasks
created via email interface has just changed.
AC for Web used to rely on a heuristics approach to derive due dates for recurring tasks. While taking the burden off
the user, this approach proved to be unreliable in certain situations.
We redesigned the way due dates are calculated for recurring and mailed-in tasks so that they are generated in a
predictable and reliable manner. To make it happen we introduced two additional options - Time Zone
and Enable DST - that allow you to specify what time zone you currently are in and whether the
daylight saving time is in effect. With the new design the correctness of the due dates for recurring and mailed-in
tasks depends on your setting these two options properly.
If you use recurring tasks or email interface, please take a moment to set your time zone and
DST option under Tools/Options...
ActionComplete LLC announces the release of the third generation ActionComplete GTD
Toolkit for Android. The app was built from the ground up to embrace the modern design and rich functionality of
the fast-paced Android platform. Our in-house engineering team paid attention to every little detail to ensure the
utmost stability and top performance of the app.
About ActionComplete 3 for Android
The centerpiece of ActionComplete
3 for Android is the All Tasks view. It's the best view for planning and analysis. From there, a user can slice
and dice their task realm with filters, get the best view of the tasks with a number of sort options, search for
tasks, and add tasks.
Stepping back from All Tasks view (with Android Back button) reveals the Home screen containing a number of useful
options that include several convenience tasks lists.
Important Tasks list shows only the most important tasks (task importance set to Critical), Urgent Tasks list shows
past due and due today tasks only, Reminders list shows tasks with reminders in the past.
A user can browse their tasks via the Tags and Places screens. As these views always display completed tasks, they
are convenient for taking a historical look at a slice of the user's task realm.
The most efficient way of adding and completing tasks in ActionComplete is via app widgets. Add Task widget enables
one-touch access to New Task screen, while Important Tasks, Urgent Tasks, and Reminders widgets facilitate task
To let more users enter its simple and powerful task management universe, ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for Android has
shed its price tag and can now be installed free of charge.
The owners of the old paid version of ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for Android can get a credit toward
a purchase of ActionComplete for Web one-year access license in the amount of their original ActionComplete for
Android purchase price.
To claim the credit an owner of the now obsolete paid version of ActionComplete for Android needs to email their
purchase receipt to ActionComplete support.
About ActionComplete GTD Toolkit
ActionComplete allows a user to manage four types of tasks: Actions (next actions in GTD speak), Waits (Waiting for),
Projects, and Ideas (Someday/Maybe).
The tasks can be assigned two types of metadata: tags and places.
The user can assign a due date to any task. Tasks due today and overdue tasks appear in green and red, respectively,
so that the user can spot them easily.
Task panels are color-coded according to their importance for easy visual identification.
The user can leverage reminders to setup audible and visual alerts at specified times.
ActionComplete enables the user to quickly get the best view of his or her tasks with the help of several filters and
a number of sort options.
Projects can contain child actions and waits and allow the user to create additional structure in his or her task
About Other ActionComplete Products
ActionComplete GTD Toolkit is also available on the web and on iPhone. ActionComplete applications can work
independently as standalone apps or together to form a seamless cross-platform personal productivity solution.
ActionComplete for Web is a paid service with the regular annual license fee of $19.99. Before January 1,
2014 AC for Web one-year license can be purchased at $5 discount for
For purchases via PayPal, the discount is applied automatically. For purchases via Amazon Payments, a $5 refund is
issued for every purchase when it is processed.
ActionComplete for iPhone can be purchased from the App Store for a one-time fee of $4.99.
To learn more about ActionComplete GTD Toolkit, please visit actioncomplete.com.
About ActionComplete LLC
ActionComplete LLC develops and markets ActionComplete GTD Toolkit - a cross-platform personal task management
application based on David Allen's GTD methodology.
ActionComplete LLC is based in Washington, DC metro area.
ActionComplete 4.1 is out with 2 minor enhancements and a few bug fixes.
The calendar view now supports Day mode.
There's a new option - Reset Weight on Type Change - that tells ActionComplete what to do with a
task weight when the task is converted to another type (Action -> Project, Idea -> Wait, etc). By default the
option is enabled and the weight is reset. If you prefer the "old style" behavior, please disable the
This release also resolves a few recently reported issues.
That's right. It's Valentine's Day. It also happens that on exactly that day four years ago the first version of
ActionComplete hit Android Market to start what we now know as ActionComplete GTD Toolkit.
Over the years ActionComplete grew into a multiplatform task management solution. Now ActionComplete GTD Toolkit is
available in the browser, on Android, and on iPhone. We don't stop here and the list will soon grow.
ActionComplete has been used by people all over the world. Our loyal customers helped us translate ActionComplete
products into many languages.
ActionComplete social properties have become a motivational resource that people of all walks of life use daily.
In these years our mission grew beyond providing an efficient task management platform. We strive to help you become
more purposeful, effective, and successful in all aspects of life.
Thank you for your loyalty and continuous support.
For nearly four years ActionComplete GTD Toolkit has been helping people around the world become
The hallmark of ActionComplete is its streamlined yet flexible and sophisticated task management approach that
enables people of all walks of life to take a firm grip on their tasks,
assignments, errands, and to-dos and put a stop to leaks through
ActionComplete LLC announces the release of the fourth major iteration of its flagship product - ActionComplete
GTD Toolkit for Web. The release delivers a marked performance boost and a fresh user
About ActionComplete 4 for Web
ActionComplete 4 for Web greets the user with a 3-column layout that hosts 4 task panels. The column hosting
2 task panels is user-selectable as is the order of task panels. The columns are fixed-width and full height to
allow for simple and convenient task management and beautiful
All the common usage scenarios such as task creation, completion, and manipulation have been optimized for speed.
Depending on a particular usage scenario ActionComplete 4 performs 10-100 times faster than
ActionComplete for Web is provided as a service with an annual license fee of $19.99. When a user
first signs in to the application, he or she is issued a license that allows full access to the product for 7 days
free of charge.
For a limited time, through February 28, one-year access license for ActionComplete for Web can be
purchased for a discounted price of $14.99 ($5 off or 25% off). To claim the discount a user needs
to purchase the license via Google Wallet and apply coupon code AC4WEB.
ActionComplete LLC announces the immediate availability of a new product - ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for
iPhone. ActionComplete GTD Toolkit is available on the
ActionComplete GTD Toolkit for iPhone brings what users come to expect from a great iPhone application. It’s
fast, robust, and intuitive.
ActionComplete in-house development team carefully considered the capabilities of the most advanced Apple mobile
platform (iOS 6) and skillfully leveraged them to deliver an intuitive and responsive user experience designed to
minimize the time spent on task management and allow the user to focus on actually getting things done.
About the Concepts Used in ActionComplete GTD Toolkit
ActionComplete is based on David Allen’s Getting Things Done methodology. At the core of
ActionComplete is management of four types of tasks: Actions (next actions in GTD parlance),
Waits (Waiting for), Projects, and Ideas (Someday/Maybe).
The tasks can be assigned two types of metadata: tags and places. A user can easily
apply a filter on either or both.
ActionComplete uses weight as a measure of task priority/importance and due date as
a measure of task urgency. A user can filter and sort the tasks on both attributes.
A user can set a reminder for a task to get a visual and/or audible notification at the set date and
Users who like an even more structured task management approach can leverage projects and assign
actions and waits to them.
A user can quickly view the most important tasks, the urgent tasks, and the
tasks with past reminders. Alternatively they can drill through their tasks via Tags or Places.