Nirvana Quick Tour (Video)

Spent some time playing with Screen Flow this evening and whipped up this quick video tour.  This was our first foray into video land, and I must say it was actually a lot of fun.  Hope you like!  Perhaps we should do some in-depth GTD / Nirvana video tutorials soon.

 

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2 Comments on Nirvana Quick Tour (Video)

  1. Jos van der Voort on Mon, 7th Dec 2009 10:55 am
  2. Ever since I discovered GTD a couple of months ago I have strived to find the perfect GTD system to support me. I have tried RTM but got disappointed by the awfull interface. I looked at Toodledoo, Nozbe failed me in picking up my mailed in tasks.

    In the end I settled for Vitalist. What I like about Vitalist is that it lets me register notes and it keeps a date and time stamp with the note.

    Why this is handy? Try to get hold of somebody on the phone. Sometimes you have to re-phone 4 or 5 times before you get to speak to your contact. Now I have a complete contact history.

    So Nirvana, if you can offer that + all the things you have my mouth watering for, then I am game for an invite.

    I am a professional coach and trainer and I am developing a workshop, training and a seminar for my customers. I would love to let them in on the GTD killer app.

    Best of course would be support for local languages (Dutch in my case). That would bring your app further than the Englisg language domain. But I have heard that localizations are in the works.

    So please can I evaluate this beta?

    Jos

  3. Miguel Ángel Martínez on Sun, 13th Dec 2009 7:49 am
  4. Wow, it’s great, nice work guys!

    I can’t wait to receive my beta invitation :-)

    Regards!!

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