N1 has sunset

After more than 3 years and 2 million tasks marked done, N1 has finally been put out to pasture.

For those who’ve been with us since the beginning, including the few thousand people who were still using N1 up until about 45 minutes ago, thanks for all of the feedback. You’ve helped guide the evolution of Nirvana into what it is today.

N2, henceforth to be known simply as “Nirvana” (in our dreams, right?) is now the new baseline. We are looking forward to getting back to the business of building new features into Nirvana without N1 lingering around as a boat-anchor.

We’ve made a herculean effort to transition all of the remaining N1 stragglers as seamlessly as possible, but if you happen to run into any difficulties please reach out to us over at support. Our biggest concern is folks running older versions of Internet Explorer. Nirvana targets the latest Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer… that means IE9. If you are running IE8 your experience will be less than stellar. If you are stuck in a corporate environment with anything less, we sympathize, and truly hope your IT department will accommodate getting you set up with a safe, modern browser such as Chrome.

So, there you have it. An end of an era. Onwards.


  1. Jan van der Ploeg

    On the frontpage of nirvanahq.com we still see a screenshot of the old Nirvana version. When I click on Login, the N1 login screen shows up.. Time to migrate those things too.

  2. Relevart

    Great news! Congrats!

    Can’t wait the new features that are coming up.

  3. Stephen Said

    Well done on a huge job. Who got to mark that project done in Nirvana? Wonderful feeling to tick that sucker off I bet?!

  4. Tommy

    I found Nirvana HQ via the GTD forums on David Allen’s website…people were discussing and raving about your software. I thought a tour would be an audible tour…like a YouTube video with someone walking you through the software and you can see the screen shots…sort of like you might see on Lynda.com or some educational website. Pretty simple to do if you know the software.
    I’d pay double your annual price for the software if you would have some videos that walk you through all parts of your service. Otherwise I have to bounce around trial and error to find stuff. I’d make the videos myself for you if you want! This would be very easy, I believe. I did see 3 videos you did on YouTube but they are several years old and don’t cover much of the current software.

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