Getting Things Done
Our product is specifically targeted to adopters of David Allen's Getting Things Done methodology.
In course of implementing it you may have found out that your Someday/Maybe list, or Project lists are growing very large and it is harder and harder to grasp them. The solution to this problem is introducing a graphical hierarchy to the tasks in the form of mind maps. The graphical representation of your all life activities and ability to dynamically change viewing distance and scope gives a real boost to the GTD and its plain lists. In the same time, you still can manage context task lists conventionally in Outlook, as they are seamlessly kept in sync. Moreover, you can still synchronize your task lists to your PDA via ActiveSync and any other application that integrates with Outlook (like Mylyn).
XMindlook has also a feature that will allow to group outlook tasks by their hierarchical location in mind maps. You can mark certain mind map topics as "projects" and subtopics will receive a category consisting of tilda sign (~) and the project name. Now you can view a list of tasks in the project by opening Outlook and filtering or grouping by that category. This will work in your PDA, too.
XMindlook integrates two powerful concepts of GTD and mind mapping to deliver robust, and transparent trusted system for all of information you need to store and process.