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What are people saying about Power To-Do List

Steven Avery Hi Folks,

I did not find any reference to what I view as some of the basics, such as sub-tasks (heirarchal structure) or any sort of recurring tasks and scheduling interface. Nor did I see a web-forum or an email forum. Considering some of the nice freebies and shareware out there, I did not see what makes this ready for prime-time. Although perhaps there is a simplicity element for the non-tech user.

Steven Avery
May 12 2008 at 9:43pm Copy Link
Charles User Will the software work as a portable application on a USB flash drive? Are their any thoughts of a version that would run on an apache server? It does look like a nice project management/ task organizer.
May 12 2008 at 10:57pm Copy Link
Bret Reece Hi All,

Bret Reece here, author of Power To-Do List.

Steven, we tried to keep the initial design of Power To-Do List as simple as possible. We didn't do that only for non-technical users, but also for users who want their to-do list to be simple and get out of their way to let them get to work.

Having said that, while we'll continue to ensure that the program is simple and elegant, we do plan to add sub-tasks (plus a calendar, recurring tasks, file attachments, data import, and several other features) in version 2.

Chuck, right now, Power To-Do List won't run independently on a flash drive. We're looking at that possibility, but it's not in our immediate plans. You can, however, keep your data on a flash drive.

The license for Power To-Do List allows you to run the program on two different computers. What many of our users do is install the program on two PCs (work and home, for example), then keep their data on their thumb drive on their keychain. That way they always have their data file with them.

Thanks for your comments and feel free to e-mail me at or post more comments here if you have any questions.

Bret Reece
Five O'clock Software
Dextronet - May 13 2008 at 4:14am Copy Link
Mary Wilson Decided to try this program out and see how it compares to the my currerent To List program(Tudumo). Your's has some features that are not in the version I am currently using that I esespecially like. The ability to use military time, Brain dump, and the variety of views and ways to print out is great. I also found that the program is also very easy to use. When looking threw the help function, I found no answers to a question I had on completed tasks. What happens to the items after you check complete? Do they stay in the data base forever or do they purge themselves after a set amount of time? If not, how can I purge the completed tasks manualy say at the end of the month? If I left all of the completed ones in there, it would eventually make the database to big to handle or if I said print everything, I would have several pages of print offs and would have problems finding the current To Do's.
Jan 30 2010 at 7:00am Copy Link
Rick Gamby Hey Mary, pass on this one, it's just TOO basic yet. I went (and lost lots of money) thru gazzillion of them and for 7 months now my best purchase ever has been the MyLifeOrganized and I'm really happy with it. It's a greatly flexible animal - you can start basic and keep discovering new features forever. Has also a great help. Just my 2 cents.
Feb 1 2010 at 10:59pm Copy Link
Bret Reece Hi Mary,

Thanks for your post and thanks for the kudow. I appreciate them.

Power To-Do List keeps completed tasks, but only shows them if you tell it to show Completed Tasks or All Tasks (the default is Incomplete Tasks).

To purge completed tasks manually, just go to the All Tasks view (toward the bottom left), then select "Completed Tasks" from the dropdown box on the toolbar. Then you can delete them.

For now, you can only delete them one by one, but we're planning on adding functionality to delete multiple tasks at once in the next version.

Thanks again for your post and let me know if you have any other questions.

Bret Reece
Five O'clock Software
Dextronet - Feb 2 2010 at 2:20am Copy Link
Bret Reece Hi Rick,

You're right in that there are literally hundreds of task management options available.

I think it comes down to finding the one that fits you the best. I too looked at a "gazzillion" options a while back, then after not finding one that fit me, I wrote Power To-Do List.

Simplicity without sacrificing power was our goal and I think we hit the nail on the head with the program.

Version 2 will include sub projects, recurring tasks, and several other features that our customers have requested. Current customers will also receive a substantial discount on version 2 when it comes out.

Good luck with MLO. I hear it's a good program. It's just not a fit for everyone.

Bret Reece
Five O'clock Software
Dextronet - Feb 2 2010 at 2:30am Copy Link
Keith Anderson Hi,

Any idea when version 2 will be release and how much the upgrade cost will be?

Feb 2 2010 at 6:22am Copy Link
Bret Reece Hi Keith,

Right now, we're transitioning to a newer program language Visual Basic.NET than we used for the original Power To-Do List (VB6). During this transition, we're working on resurrecting one of our older programs (Bill Buddy). After that, our plan is to start work on Power To-Do List 2. I can't give a timeline, but I'm hoping that PTDL 2 will be released by the end of this year.

This is a guess, but I'm thinking that PTDL 2 will cost $34.95, but with version one users' discount of 50%, that price will be $17.47 (US).


Bret Reece
Five O'clock Software
Dextronet - Feb 2 2010 at 6:29am Copy Link
Neil R. I've sent two emails now asking if the licensing permits installation on more than one personal computer. I need a program that I can install on both my desktop workstation as well as my laptop. I have received no response whatsoever. I will be taking a pass on this software as a result.
Feb 3 2010 at 2:29am Copy Link
Bret Reece Neil,

I'm sorry to hear that and I'm sorry that we haven't responded yet. Feel free to e-mail me directly at and I'll respond ASAP.

As to the question, a license for Power To-Do List allows you to install the software on two computers. I do that myself. I keep my data file on my thumb drive (attached to my key ring) and point PTDL to that, so It's always "synched" for me.

Let me know if you have any questions. I'll be glad to help in any way I can.


Bret Reece
Five O'clock Software
Dextronet - Feb 3 2010 at 2:36am Copy Link
S B It does look good.

I really like Bret's direct candor and forthrightness.
Feb 3 2010 at 2:15pm Copy Link
Gayle User Why didn't I get the "deal" price when I went to purchase. Time zone? I'm in California and it is 9:14 pm. 24 hours haven't been available to me...
Feb 3 2010 at 4:15pm Copy Link
Nico Westerdale Hi Gayle, our deals are set to EST, so 9:00pm would technically be the cutoff. Unfortunately we haven't yet found a manageable way to adjust for time zones. It's somewhat of a logistical nightmare.


BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 4 2010 at 12:42am Copy Link
Gayle User Okay. Thanks for letting me know. I'll keep that in mind for next time...
Feb 4 2010 at 9:14am Copy Link

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