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”What’s 43 Folders?”
43Folders.com is Merlin Mann’s website about finding the time and attention to do your best creative work.

Your 43 Folders wish list?

Thanks again to everyone for their patience with our little team getting the site up. Thanks for everything. BUT! Enough of this self-congratulation.

We got us a hot-rod new CMS and some hard, pipe-hittin’ new members to help make things fun and interesting. So you tell me:

What new features and functionality do you want to see on 43f? If you’re a Drupal fan already, what modules, Views, or general tweaks do you think we’re missing? What would make your visits more enjoyable, useful, and productive?

Not so much looking for bugs (those go here), but do feel free to spill on your mad fantasies for making the site crazy-useful to the productive set.

Brandon_Leedy's picture

Well, since you asked...

I would kindly like to see a little loving for the windows side of GTD... I know its not the norm of 43 Folders to talk things other than mac...but ya know, maybe throw us ONE article? A little "The closest thing you sorry users can get to quicksilver" article...or "How to improve that busted copy of Outlook without paying David Allen for a plugin"... Haha I only kid, David is the man...but in all seriousness, I think it would be awesome to see... (I'm personally compiling some artistic GTD tips to share here later, so artists fear not!)




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