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Midnight Inbox for Mac, iPad, and iPhone

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{ Capture everything. Act on everything. }

Experience The Difference [what is inbox]

Introducing Midnight Inbox for stress-free personal productivity. Inbox keeps you organized and on track by enforcing five key practices: Collecting, Processing, Organizing, Reviewing, and Doing. The point? To keep you calmer, clearer, and more productive.

Complete Productivity Toolbox [summarize eco-system]

Inbox is a to-do list manager and a project organizer. Every bit of Inbox is designed for flow – to be there when you need it and to get out of your way when you don’t. Got an idea? Capture it on a sticky – in just one tap. Have a moment to think? Process your idea into an action item – in just two taps. If you’ve got a project to Organize, two more taps will do everything from color-coding to setting alarms and scheduling it for Review. And because you can easily filter and sort everything you are keeping track of, you’ll know what you Do is the right thing at the right time.

Pure Getting Things Done [summarize features]

Midnight Inbox implements David Allen’s Getting Things Done techniques. We like to think of them as “inoculation against info-glut” – practices and habits to deal with each bit of information coming at you. In a world where the next email might change everything you’re doing for the next week, these techniques can be very powerful. But you don’t have to know GTD to use Midnight Inbox. Midnight Inbox is the most faithful implementation of GTD available anywhere and as such you’ll be doing the basics by just tapping the buttons at the bottom of your screen.


Workflow

The practices As you do these prac- tices with Inbox, you’ll begin to see that any activity involves all five practices. This means every person, including you, already do them every day. And every- one can significantly improve at least one.

The workflow Collect: Capture ideas on notes, stored in Boxes. Process: Decide what you’ll do about each. Organize: Make lists for your projects and activities. Review: Calendar your projects to track. Do: Take action as appropriate.


Collect: Calm your mind

What have you got on your mind right now? Things you want to do? Should do? Could do? Might do? Most of us juggle our options over and over, using mental energy better used elsewhere. This first Inbox practice helps you to calm your mind by collecting everything you need to think about in one place where you can act on it later.

Capture

We mean it: tap Collect and make a note of anything you might want to do something about. Repeat. You don’t have to know if or exactly what you might do; a sketch of a whisper of a notion is sufficient. The point is to get it out of your head.

Make it a habit

Spend some time every day and more time once a week to gather your thoughts into Inbox using Collect. This prac- tice alone can signif- icantly reduce stress, and is the foundation upon which all the other practices rest.

Into boxes

To help trigger thoughts about “your stuff,” Inbox has boxes named after common work and life categories. You can make your own boxes too. Name them for places where stuff piles up for you in real life as well as in your head.

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Touch the Collect icon to bring up the Notes quick entry popover. Just type your note and press Next to capture it.

It may seem trival, but the habit of jotting down your ideas somewhere where you'll definitely Process them is a life-changer. Everyone spends too much energy having the same idea over and over again: remembering the milk six times per day but never when in the grocery; struggling to remember what had been decided at the last meeting — you get the idea. Collecting with Midnight Inbox can give you back that energy.

Ubiquitous capture

The key to being on top of everything you have on your mind is to capture notes quickly and frequently. Don’t think beyond what’s on your mind: process it later!

You can store your notes in any number of custom boxes if you wish. Use the names of these boxes to represent areas of thought, interest, or even real locations where things gather. Make and edit boxes in the Collect section at the top of the sources list.

The included box names are meant to be a trigger list. They are subject areas that might clue you in to projects and ideas you need to deal with but you might not be aware of right now. They also are meant to help you handle projects and in the physical world: Is there stuff on the floor of your garage you’ve been meaning to deal with? What about the table in the hallway? You can make a box called “garage” or “hallway table” to represent these places and the notes you collect related to them.

Why we recommend you Collect your ideas

David Allen (creator of the Getting Things Done® method) identifies a crucial aspect of making it to the next level of relaxed productivity: getting everything off your mind and into a system you can trust wherever and whenever to remind you of what you need to know when you need to know it.

This habit is called capture: you capture all your ideas, whenever you have them. Once you’re in that habit, you need never lose a great opportunity again. Inbox has adopted the Post-It® metaphor for ubiquitous capture: Just write it down on a sticky note!


Process

Process: Upfront decisions Now that you have lots of ideas in Collect, it’s time to make decisions about what you’ll do or not do. Inbox steps you through your ideas one by one and stores the product of that thinking in your system. This habit turns “Wow, I have so much stuff to do!” into “I know exactly what I’ll do on everything in my life.” It is tremendously freeing.

Now or later For each item, Inbox asks: “Is it actionable?” There is only one of two answers: “Yes” or “No.” If there’s nothing to do, you can file or delete the note. If there is something to do, there are two further questions: “What’s the next action?” and “Do it now, or later?”

get to zero It’s normal to have a lot to Process at first. David Allen’s two-minute rule is a lifesaver here. If it will take fewer than 2 min- utes to complete, just do it right now while Inbox has it in front of you. Otherwise, put it on a list, file it, or throw it away!

Stay at zero We know you’ll feel some relief when you get to the end of all of your stuff. So it’s critical to keep this practice current! Inbox displays the number of unprocessed notes on the Process button and on the Inbox app icon. Try to keep it below 10!

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There's a "4D" theory of staying stress free: Do It, Delegate It, Delete It or Defer It. Inbox's Processing takes you through everything you've captured one by one and asks you to decide exactly what the next action is. Better still, Inbox Touch gives you tools to dispense with things right then and there: send or delegate via email from right within Inbox; delete a task you no longer have to do; or set a due date for later.

Touch the Process icon to go through your captured ideas one by one. Decide exactly what you’re going to do.

Make Decisions Upfront Inbox filling up? It’s time to process your collections, deciding on the best outcome for each idea or thought you’ve collected. Reach Inbox Zero bliss!

Processing is a carefully designed activity to guide you though your collected notes, one-by-one, making clear and final decisions about what needs to be done with each, and moving to the next. You are presented with nine options described below. Each assist in: getting it done, putting it away in a folder, or planning for action.

As stuff gathers in your boxes, Inbox will display alert badges on the boxes, processing button, and on the application’s icon, showing you how many things you have to deal with. When you reach the bottom of your collections you’ve achieved Inbox Zero.

Why we recommend you Process your ideas Does that idea need to go to your boss? Is it a list of to do items you need to delegate via email? Is it a vague idea that needs to be Organized into a hierarchical list? Processing is where you move from idea to action.

There are really only two answers to the question “Is this item actionable? Yes or no?” If the answer is yes, is it something you should just take care of right now? Or plan to do later? If the answer is no, where should the item go?

Actionable? Yes David Allen believes in following a two-minute rule: if you are thinking about something while collecting or processing it, and you can take care of it in less than two minutes, just do it, now. You’ll have so much less to keep track of if you follow this rule faithfully.

The Yes, Now options help you do things now which take less than two minutes. The Do Now option simply displays the text of your note until you click Done. It’s a great way to keep you focused on getting the little tasks out of the way when you have a little window of time. Send lets you email the item to someone. Delegate lets you send the item to someone else to do, while tracking it as well; a quick way to hand off things to your assistants (if you’re lucky enough to have them!).

The Yes, Later options help you do things later which will take more than two minutes. Action aids you in creating a one-off task you’ll take care of at some point in the future. This task will show up on your Single Actions list. Organize helps you turn your idea into a new list (a group of actions), often a discrete project, but also other kinds of lists, like items to pick up at the grocery store. Defer is for tasks you want to put off until some later time, on your Someday/Maybe list, just set how long Inbox should wait to remind you of it.

Actionable? No The No options help you put things away, filing them for reference in the Process section. Incubate files the item away in a special folder for a period of time you specify, letting the idea grow into something you might want to act on later. File is for notes or data you want to keep for reference, filing it in a folder of your choice. Trash, we hope, is self explanatory.


Organize

Organize: Make your lists Organize is planning, your way. Step-by-step projects go here. So do grocery lists, your list of awesome band names, and that list of what you'd buy with lottery winnings. You can tag, schedule, prioritize, add locations, highlight, repeat items, reorder—whatever make sense to you. You can even outline in plain text, move lists around, and make sublists.

Plain text To make a new list quick- ly, tap the Organize but- ton and type. The first line is the list’s name or a project’s title; each sub- sequent line is a list item or task. Blank lines make subprojects. Copy and paste text here to make a list from anything!

Rich metadata To tag, label, date, priorit- ize, add contexts, and more, tap the title of each list or action and use the popover. Lists can be numbered or unordered. Location, start and due dates, recurrence, label colors, priorities, perspec- tives—it’s all here.

Someday/Maybe Everyone has lists and actions they might do someday. The Someday/ Maybe list is a fixture of GTD. In Inbox, that list is always at the bottom of your Organize section. Move these “maybe pro- jects” here to keep them close but out of the way.

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The Organize popover looks like a simple piece of notebook paper. If simplicity while you plot out the steps for your next project is key, this is where you'll want to spend most of your time. Copy and paste items from anywhere and Inbox will parse them in to lists for you! And Midnight Inbox is easy on the eyes with gorgeous typography and elegant user interface design.

Touch the Organize icon to make a list on a popover which looks like an ordinary lined notepad. Skip a line to make a sublist. Plan For The Best Outcome Taking a few minutes to organize a project? Use the organizing popover to create a new list and a bunch of actions all at one time. It’s quick and it’s easy.

In Organize you group actions into lists. You can check them off them as they are completed. Use the Edit mode to change the titles of actions, as well as add, delete, or rearrange them. You can explore the options for tagging, contextualizing, and delegating your items by tapping the disclosure indicator. The more detailed information you provide to describe your actions and their parameters, the better you’ll be able to choose what you can do later.

A great way to create lists quickly from other places on your iPad is to use the Organize popover window. Simply paste in any text from another application and Inbox will parse it into a list with actions and sublists.

Why we recommend you Organize your plans As creative, inspired, intuitive, and spontaneous as we all might like to be, sometimes you just need a hierarchical list, with a title at the top and the associated actions or steps in order. “Plant a tree” might include: “1. Pick a sunny spot,” “2. Plant a seed about 1 inch down,” “3. Water,” for instance.

On the other hand, some of your lists (or some of the actions on a lists) might not need to be done in any particular order and some actions might not be necessary for the list to be complete. That’s what the Optional setting is for. For example, you might have a “Grocery store” list with associated items such as “tofu,” “kale,” “chocolate,” and “Cheerios®.” But if the grocery store were to be out of Cheerios® (heaven forfend!), the shopping trip might still be done.


Review

Review: Stay up to date Reviewing keeps you confident and relaxed by making sure your Inbox system is always current. First, finish all of your Collecting and Proc- essing. Second, scan through your lists; add, edit, and remove actions as necessary to keep them up to date. Further, lists and actions can be assigned to a Review calendar for regular, periodic checkups.

Daily & weekly You can review as often as you like — it's a great thing to do when you lose focus. Daily reviews and especially weekly reviews are essential practices which will keep you calm, collected, and productive. Assign a Review calen- dar to any of your Lists.

Scheduled Every action that has a date is displayed by Inbox's Review popover. Quickly see what you have scheduled for today, this week, and beyond. Use Calendars to organize your events and to see imported calendar items.

Tickler Sometimes you just need to postpone a decision or an action. When you use Process to Incubate a note or to Defer an action it gets added onto the Tickler calendar. Inbox will then include these in your schedules and reviews as reminders.

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Don't let anything fall through the cracks; in fact, abolish the cracks. The Yin to the processing Yang, a Review will help keep your actions current and on schedule, keeping you from missing anything important &mdash so your brain is freed from having to remember any nagging things. Midnight Inbox's Reviewing popover shows you what's going on at a glance.

Touch the Review icon to see what you have scheduled to do today and this week. You might have a looming deadline. Stay Current When it comes to schedules, the calendars and events in the Review section will keep you on track; start dates, due dates, alarms, recurring tasks. Check.

All work has temporal components: dates, times, and durations associated with an action. There’s often a deadline (the boss wants the report before the big meeting with the board of directors); sometimes you have to have a start date (pour the concrete on Tuesday or it’s physically impossible to finish landscaping before Friday); sometimes you want to follow up with someone in a couple of days if they haven’t responded to your email by then.

Inbox takes all of these events into account and the Review popover is where you see them sorted chronologically — quickly seeing what is overdue, occurring today, later this week, in the future. You can sort events into separate calendars so that it is easy to only see events associated with things like Home and Work.

Why we recommend you Review every day David Allen is internationally famous for recommending a Weekly Review, where you look at all of your current projects in your system to refresh, synchronize, clarify, and bring up-to-date all of your notes. It’s an invaluable practice. If you add dates and times to your tasks and lists, you can get calm, clear, collected, and up-to-date just by scanning your Reviewing popover. Inbox helps you do this with Daily and Weekly Review calendars.


Do

Do: Find perspective The Do section's Views filter your actions based on their settings. The practice of using Views helps you select the best action to do from a manageable, slimmed-down list of everything in your life. Quickly know from all of your lists what's next, what can be done where you are, and with which conditions best suit you in the moment.

Focus your lists Think of Views as “sum- mary checklists” which update themselves. Imag- ine calling a big company and you are put on hold. Why waste this window? A View could show only tasks done at your desk requiring 10 min. or less–and hide everything else.

Only what's next With a tap you can see only your Next Actions. This View comes with Inbox and is the default displayed by the Do pop- over button. If you’ve got a day where you need to move many separate projects forward you’ll use this one a lot.

Effective groups Views are also instant planning, helping you choose wisely given your circumstances. With a couple of taps you can know every- thing you can accom- plish before you go— no more “I wish I’d remembered that!”

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See what you can do, right now, and see nothing else to distract or get in the way. Using a wide range of customizable critia and powerful filters Midnight Inbox helps you see what needs to be done, and see what can be done now. It automatically prioritizes your actions according to what's next and what's due, while considering where you are and what you feel capable of doing.

Touch the Do icon to work on your current actions. Quickly select what you want to work on and to track time spent. Choose The Best Perspective Getting things done is what Inbox is all about. When you need to choose what’s best to be done right now, Do is your one stop to see what’s next.

When your actions have been created, organized, and scheduled, you’ll want to be able to see what you can do right now, keeping in mind your current location, available time and energy, and any other criteria you’ve defined. This is where views come in. A View is a narrow perspective; Views filter and sort your actions into a manageable and focused subsets.

You can use the Do activity popover to quickly look at different sets of actions, to find or to quick create a short list to work on right now. And when you have this list you can concentrate on just these actions, use the built-in timers to track what you’re getting done. Make and edit views in the Do section at the bottom of the sources list.

Why we recommend you Do things with perspective Well now, this’s why you’re here, right? To do the things you’ve clarified and committed yourself to? But how to choose what you can do and would best be done right now? That’s all a matter of perspective. Sometimes you just need to see the things right on the ground in front of you, while other times you want to consider all the possibilities looking down from the highest mountaintop.

Use your intuition and explore your options, trust yourself to choose what needs to get done while you let Inbox keep track of it. After all, Midnight Inbox is all about helping you find new and better ways to get things done. Combining the tools of collection, processing, organizing, reviewing and doing together, and by automating the methodology, we hope you’ll be truly productive and stress free.


More Features

The Inbox interface is made up of three sections. First is the left-hand Source List, an outline-format view of all your data. The right-hand Detail View shows you the currently selected source, be it a box, folder, list, calendar, or view. And below are the five Inbox practices displayed as buttons, each revealing their activity popover.

Options The Options button allows you to work with your data file. Back it up manually (it's automatically backed up every 8 hours), email yourself your data file, import from another data file, or reset your data. You can also check the status of your iCloud Data.

Share Here you can move, duplicate, send, trash, or copy the text of an Inbox item. Share your to-do list with coworkers, email someone the text of a note, or reprioritize your lists. You can copy the text of the item to paste anywhere.

Add The Add button makes any Inbox object. Items are inserted wherever you tap Add or at the bottom of their corresponding section. For example, adding a Box places it at the end of Collect’s Boxes list or inside another Box if you have already navigated to one.

Help The Help button displays this Quick Start Guide for your reference. You'll also find the About infor- mation here and the email address for support questions (support@- midnightbeep.com). Ask us anything—we're always happy to help!

Reorder Edit buttons do what you'd expect; they allow you to reorder items as well as add and delete with standard controls. And for Lists you can toggle "Hide Completed Actions?" so you can focus on just what you have left to do.

Sync Inbox uses iCloud to update your data on your devices in real time. Make sure you are signed in to the same iCloud account on all devices. If Inbox hasn't run in a while on one device, please launch and wait a few seconds for Inbox to catch up.


Products


Midnight Inbox

version 2.0 for Mac – $19.99

Midnight Inbox for Mac will be your trusted system right where you work. It matches the iOS look and feel and also has special features to organize email and collections.

Requires Mac OS X 10.8.2 Mountain Lion. Not yet available.

Midnight Inbox Classic version 1.6.1 for Mac – $0.00 – Free!

The original Midnight Inbox that started it all, bringing GTD to the desktop in true delicious style. Now updated for the latest versions of Mac OS X (including 10.8 Mountain Lion!). Universal for 32-bit & 64-bit Intel based Macs. (Not compatible with iOS versions for data or syncing.)

Requires OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard or later.

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Midnight Inbox Classic for Tiger version 1.5.1 for Mac – $0.00 – Free!

Universal for your classic PowerPC and Intel based Macs. (Not compatible with iOS versions for data or syncing.)

Requires Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger or 10.5 Leopard.

Inbox Classic By Midnight Beep Softworks

This is the original version of Midnight Inbox that brings Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity to the desktop in true delicious style, now updated for the latest versions of Mac OS X with native support for 10.6 and 10.7! And now available for free!

We have new versions of Inbox for the iPhone and iPad for you to check out, and are working on a whole new desktop version of Midnight Inbox. See what's new with Inbox on our website: http://www.midnightbeep.com

The workflow. Top to bottom, Inbox provides an automated workflow of simple input, intuitive organizing, and contextual outputs. Just jump right to the part that best fits your situation: from collecting your thoughts, to concentrating on your work.

Automatic zero. Getting to the bottom of your inbox is what this app is all about. As things pile up you need to get them sorted and acted upon; Inbox makes this quick and easy by giving you shortcuts to the places where things need to be, and the assistance to get them done.

GTD complete. Midnight Inbox is inspired by the Getting Things Done methodologies created by David Allen. If you've never heard of GTD, just let Inbox be your guide. It will help you be stress-free, following the GTD workflow for you, so you can concentrate on what really matters.

PLEASE NOTE: • Inbox Classic is -not- compatible with current iOS versions (Inbox Mobile for iPhone, Inbox Touch for iPad) for data or syncing. The forthcoming version "Midnight Inbox 2" will bring full feature parity and iCloud-based syncing to the desktop version of Inbox, and import of Classic version's data. • Support for Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 and PowerPC-based Macs is available in version 1.5.1 of Inbox Classic from our Web site.


Midnight Inbox Touch

version 4.0 for iPad – $9.99

Midnight Inbox Touch for iPad makes the best use of iPad's form factor to: outline projects and check off tasks as if you were holding an old fashioned pad of paper; take notes and capture actionable items in meetings large and small; see all of your lists with ease.

Requires an iPad with iOS 5. iCloud syncing requires iOS 6.

Midnight Inbox Touch By Midnight Beep Softworks

Midnight Inbox Touch is stress-free productivity on your iPad. Inbox is the most faithful implementation of Getting Things Done techniques on any platform, and is powerful while remaining easy to use.

Getting organized with Inbox is easy. Collecting your ideas, Processing them into actions and projects, Organizing your lists into an order that makes sense to you, Reviewing, and Doing your Next Actions – Inbox can help you do each of these with the a tap of a button. Before you know it you'll be making better choices about how you spend your time and energy. We like to think of our software as a life coach who's always there for you. And if you've got questions about how to integrate our organizational software into your life, personal support is only one email away.

Best of all with the advanced touch interface doing GTD has never been easier – Inbox Touch for iPad is a complete professional productivity system by itself, but it also shares and syncs with Midnight Inbox Mobile (for iPhone) and desktop Midnight Inbox 2 (coming soon), so it can be your trusted to-do system on all your devices!

PURE GTD • Collect your ideas onto sticky notes • Process your notes into actions or projects; delegate to others; make lists; defer, incubate, or file notes • Organize and import text lists to quickly add projects from other sources • Review all your schedules and lists to stay up-to-date • Do views help you see what you can do right where you are

FEATURES – Quick note taking to help you get things off your mind – Fast note processing, get to Inbox Zero while you're waiting, anytime, anywhere – Create lists quickly from text, and then edit and organize them in robust to-do list form – Do your daily and weekly reviews anytime to stay up-to-date – Filter and sort your lists and track the time you spend on them – Retina display graphics, gorgeous typography, and landscape mode are supported – You can import your iCal calendar events to see how they fit in with your due dates and projects – Guided, simple review process helps you do your GTD Reviews

MORE FEATURES – Sync to Inbox on other iPhones, iPads, or Macs using the same iCloud account – Archive completed lists for future reference – Hide done actions from current lists – Search and filter the text of all lists, fast – Duplicate, copy, and move lists – Export and email lists as text formatted in tGTD style – Flexible and deep hierarchical organization, including list within lists – Use and configure multiple contexts, locations, tags, and delegates – Everything can be color-coded and numerically indexed – Instantly create a new action, list, folder, calendar, or view with one tap – Use gestures to quickly process your notes – Includes a 2 minute timer to focus your processing – Schedule start date and robust recurrence options – Setup due dates and alarms with full iOS notifications – Delegate actions and lists via email and track people assigned to them


Midnight Inbox Mobile

version 2.0 for iPhone – $4.99

All the features of the iPad version, streamlined to fit in your pocket. Got an idea on the train? You can capture it just like you would write a text. Meet someone in the hallway who gives you an action item? Get it in to your system or delegate to someone else right then and there. Make sure all of your lists are up to date while you're on hold or waiting in line.

Requires an iPhone or iPod Touch with iOS 5. iCloud syncing requires iOS 6.

Midnight Inbox Mobile By Midnight Beep Softworks

Midnight Inbox Mobile is stress-free productivity in your pocket. Inbox is the most faithful implementation of Getting Things Done techniques on any platform, and is powerful while remaining easy to use.

Getting organized with Inbox is easy. Collecting your ideas, Processing them into actions and projects, Organizing your lists into an order that makes sense to you, Reviewing, and Doing your Next Actions – Inbox can help you do each of these with the a tap of a button. Before you know it you'll be making better choices about how you spend your time and energy. We like to think of our software as a life coach who's always there for you. And if you've got questions about how to integrate our organizational software into your life, personal support is only one email away.

Best of all you can always have your organizational system with you – Inbox Mobile for iPhone is a complete personal productivity system by itself, but it also shares and syncs with Midnight Inbox Touch (for iPad) and desktop Midnight Inbox 2 (coming soon), so it can be your trusted to-do system on all your devices!

PURE GTD • Collect your ideas onto sticky notes • Process your notes into actions or projects; delegate to others; make lists; defer, incubate, or file notes • Organize and import text lists to quickly add projects from other sources • Review all your schedules and lists to stay up-to-date • Do views help you see what you can do right where you are

FEATURES – Quick note taking to help you get things off your mind – Fast note processing, get to Inbox Zero while you're waiting, anytime, anywhere – Create lists quickly from text, and then edit and organize them in robust to-do list form – Do your daily and weekly reviews anytime to stay up-to-date – Filter and sort your lists and track the time you spend on them – Retina display graphics, gorgeous typography – You can import your iCal calendar events to see how they fit in with your due dates and projects – Guided, simple review process helps you do your GTD Reviews

MORE FEATURES – Sync to Inbox on other iPhones, iPads, or Macs using the same iCloud account – Archive completed lists for future reference – Hide done actions from current lists – Search and filter the text of all lists, fast – Duplicate, copy, and move lists – Export and email lists as text formatted in tGTD style – Flexible and deep hierarchical organization, including list within lists – Use and configure multiple contexts, locations, tags, and delegates – Everything can be color-coded and numerically indexed – Instantly create a new action, list, folder, calendar, or view with one tap – Use gestures to quickly process your notes – Includes a 2 minute timer to focus your processing – Schedule start date and robust recurrence options – Setup due dates and alarms with full iOS notifications – Delegate actions and lists via email and track people assigned to them


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About Midnight Beep Softworks

Midnight Beep Softworks is a small San Francisco, California based software company. We only develop apps for the computer platforms we love: namely iOS and Mac. And we try to put as much care and thought as Apple does into its products. We fret over the design and agonize over the features to produce the best experiences we can. We stay up late — frequently hearing the midnight beep.

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Development, Materials, Documentation, Executive

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