Priority Matrix -- Personal Eisenhower 4-Quadrants Priority & Task Management
Developer: Appfluence LLC
Current Version: 2.4.84
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 5.4 MB - Download
Simple and effective task management app designed for busy people. Priority Matrix uses proven time management methodologies to help individuals be more effective at managing their priorities.
We know that you have a lot to do, and sometimes, you can drop the ball if you don't have your priorities straight. Don't sweat though --- Priority Matrix helps you make sense of whats important and urgent in a simple, easy to use application that syncs with what you already use today.
- Priority Matrix is PC Mag's Top 100 Best iPad in 2011, 2012 and 2013
- ClickSoftware's top mobile business apps
- Learn about time and team management techniques from our website, named one of the Top 50 Productivity Blogs.
- Priority Matrix is the software tool of choice for people who want to get things done
In a nutshell, Priority Matrix divides your tasks into 4 customizable quadrants:
- Quadrant 1 - Critical - DO NOW
- Quadrant 2 - Critical but not urgent - Start planning for this
- Quadrant 3 - Urgent but can be delegated - Delegate this out, so you can focus!
- Quadrant 4 - Uncategorized - This is your inbox. Store everything.
Here are just some of the features that come standard in Priority Matrix:
- Free cloud sync between iPad, iPhone, Mac, Windows (each platform sold separately)
- Master List gives you your daily and weekly action items
- Email reports can be generated on the fly
- Track progress effort, start dates, due dates, completion date
- Set recurring tasks
- Visualize everything. Use icons, percentage completion, colors to communicate your priority.
- Create templates with quadrant colors, project items that can be saved and shared
- Drag and drop interface means you can prioritize tasks, change quadrant size, move items between projects with ease
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Fixes for a few issues in the navigation menu
Added master view back as default
A few minor fixes for the master view
Most Helpful Reviews
Great to-do managment application - I have used many GTD applications to manage my to-do lists. Up to now, Omin Focus was the best application for me. But, I admit that the time comes up finally to switch to other application: Priority Matrix. In time management technique, using 4-quadrants is very popular way. However, it is not easy to implement to real usage, especially using pen & paper. But, this application, Priority Matrix, makes it with beautiful interface design. You can organize your tasks by 4-quadrants methods. Also, it supports sync features between mac & iOS device. It operates very smoothly so far. My bottom line is that GTD is good way to manage tasks, but not suitable to any cases. This Priority Matirx must be one of the best alternative application to GTD based software. I higly recommend this program.
Crapple strikes again.. - Upside: Looks really good, intuitive, and thorough, however... A car that never runs can at least be sold for scrap / parts. Crash, freeze, crash, freeze crash. I want a refund. DO NOT BUY THIS. Smoking nitro is more stable than this is. Refund.
More Reviews for Current Version
My consistent go-to app for tasks. (And I’ve tried a ton of them) - On both iOS and my Mac, I’ve tried a ton of todo apps. I like them for awhile… then come back to this one. Nothing beats it. The 4-quadrant layout is flexible and useful and lends itself to creative categorizing. It also lets me see many more todo’s at once than a simple vertical list, so I can take in the big picture. Of course two-way sync between my iPhone and my laptop is a ncecessity and Priority Matrix supports it. The price is admittedly a bit steep, and one alternative worth considering is Google Keep, which is a free web-based app. But for me personally Priority Matrix is far better. One star off for ongoing UI quirks and bugs and stability problems, but the app continues to improve with each new version. Overall, strongly recommended.
Extremely useful app - keeps helping improve my productivity - I love this app! I’ve been using it for about three years, and I keep discovering more flexibility and tools to help me be more productive. It’s based on the Covey Four-Quadrant system of prioritization (shorthand: urgent & important / important not urgent / urgent not important / neither urgent nor important). You can rename the quadrants whatever you like. Priority Matrix lets you set due dates as well as start dates, mark how much time something will take and mark progress. You can use it for multiple projects simultaneously. It seems there are some other attractive features I look forward to learning to use, such as connecting with EverNote and email. Occasionally there are minor bugs, and these have been swiftly remediated with updates; I contacted customer service once about a glitch (eventually solved by just rebooting) and I had a helpful response back from customer service within 24 hours. I was relatively new to productivity software, prioritization, and planning when I started using Priority Matrix, and took me about a year and a half to get the hang of this software. I think this was mostly because I was learning about prioritizing and planning at the same time. It’s worth the patience. You can think of this app as a 3-D (rather than linear) ToDo list. Thanks and big kudos to Appfluence for this amazingly helpful app.