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The ‘tickler’ allows you to schedule actions to be shown on the home page after some future date.
The due date is displayed with a coloured background, depending on how far away the date is.
If it’s due today, or overdue, the background is red.
It can be run on any platform on which Ruby can be installed, including Mac OS X, Windows and Linux.
Tracks is Open Source, free and licensed under the GNU GPL.
Furthermore, you can set a default context for each of your projects, which saves you typing ‘Office’ for every action in a particular project.
You can download a zipped file containing the latest stable version of Tracks by using the ‘Get Tracks’ button in the sidebar on the right of this page.If you’d like to get a development version, or contribute to the project, all the information you need is on the Development page. The name Tracks was suggested by Timothy Martens, and the tag-line ‘Doing Things Properly’ came from a comment by Pete here. Tracks is now developed by maintained by a team of contributors.
As the admin user, you set your own account up and then you can add or delete additional users.If you want to put a project on the back-burner for a while, but you haven’t completed it, marking it as hidden hides the project’s actions from your home page.Similarly, contexts can be hidden from the home page, which is handy for contexts such as ‘Someday/Maybe’: things you want to make a note of, but which you don’t want to deal with right now.In addition, you can ‘star’ actions very quickly by just clicking the star icon.Starred actions can also be viewed on their own page, and can be used in whatever way you find most helpful.If it’s due tomorrow it’s dark orange, if due in the next 7 days, it’s orange, otherwise it’s green. A new feature in Tracks 1.5 lets you schedule actions for the future.