NextAction! Professional Edition - helps you implement GTD (Getting Things Done) with your Blackberry smartphone.
NextAction! Professional Edition comes with all features of the Standard Edition. This includes features like:
· context and project management
· next actions
· someday/maybe lists
· QuickSwitch contexts and projects
· more useful GTD features.
The following features are only available in NextAction! Professional Edition:
· Next action Priorities
· Sort Next Actions by Priorities
· Voice Actions (record an audio action for even faster next action creation)
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Supported operating systems:
RIM BlackBerry OS 4.2, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.3, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.5, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.6, RIM BlackBerry OS 4.7, RIM BlackBerry OS 5.0, RIM BlackBerry OS 6.0, RIM BlackBerry OS 7.0, RIM BlackBerry OS 7.1
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Note: After installation a device reboot is required.
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