The Hit List: A Killer New GTD App

The Hit List is an excellent new Getting Things Done (GTD) application from Potion Factory. Many GTD applications suffer from an overly complex experience that leaves you spending your days creating and customizing your task list rather than completing it. The Hit List instead opts for a simple, streamlined interface void of clutter and big on productivity.

This review will cover the basic functionality of The Hit List as well as it’s major selling points and shortcomings. Keep in mind that The Hit List hasn’t reached version 1.0 yet, so anything lacking may be addressed before the official launch.

The Interface

Inbox

Inbox

The Hit List features a notebook themed user interface similar to the built-in iPhone notes application (with a much easier to read font). The default destination upon opening the app is the inbox. This is where any uncategorized tasks will appear. The menu down the left side features lists of tasks, some of which are automatic and others that you create yourself. The two lists under the heading “Hit Lists” are automatically generated. The “Today” list features tasks that have either a “start” or “due” date set as today.

Today

Today

The “Upcoming” is a handy list of things to be done in the next 30, 14, or 7 days.

Upcoming

Upcoming

Below these lists under the “Folders” heading is where the user generated lists are stored and categorized into separate folders. As you can see, last semester I organized all my class work in a “School” folder. This is a great application for students to keep track of the endless wave of assignments and homework that accompany higher education.

Folders

Folders

Along the top of a given list is a bar that features various display options along with a forward and backward button. Here the user can select between list view (Cmd-1) and card view (Cmd-2). List view is the default and shows you all of the tasks in a given list while card view focuses on a single task along with any notes associated with the task. Also along the top bar is the option to show or hide archived tasks that you have already completed.

Card View

Card View

Getting Started

The key to the fast and user friendly experience of The Hit List is the extensive keyboard shortcuts. For a quick look at some of the most used shortcuts click on the “Hints” icon along the bottom of the screen.

Bottom Bar

Bottom Bar

For a more extensive list look under “File” and “Task” in the menu bar at the top. One of the great things about The Hit List is that there are several customizable features regarding a task, but almost none of them are required. To create a new task, simply hit “Return” and start typing, hit “Return” again to lock in the task. If you’re in a hurry, you can stop there and your task is all ready to go.

However, if you want more features, they’re just a few keystrokes away. Here’s an example that utilizes the full range of options:

Hit “Return” to create a new task, type your task, hit “Tab” to select a start date and “Tab” again to select a due date. Type “/” to add a tag and “@” to add a context tag (I’m honestly not sure why you need both). To set a priority, simply type a number (1-9). To add an hour to the estimated time it will take to complete the task type “.” or type “>” to add only 30 minutes (use “,” and “<" to reduce the time. To add notes to a task, hit "Cmd-Apostrophe" and begin typing, hit "return" when you are finished.

If you've created the task in the Inbox (or any other list) and wish to move it somewhere else, hit "F" and type the name of the list you want it to move to. Finally, hit "Space" to complete the task or "X" to cancel the task.

Timing Tasks

Timer

Timer

The Hit List includes a timer to help you keep track of how long you’ve spent on a given task. This is a great feature for freelancers like me who have to keep track of the time spent against each project. To begin timing a given task, select the task hit “B”. You should see a little timer pop up with buttons to play, pause and stop the timer. To see the time tracked for a given task click on the task and hit “Cmd-Shift-I” or go to View>Show Info.

In the bottom left of the main window you should see a panel with various information regarding the task. The time tracked for the task is labeled “actual” and is compared to the estimate that you assigned for the task.

Information

Information

Repeating Tasks

Repeat Task

Repeat Task

To cause a task to repeat on a regular basis, select the task and hit “Cmd-R”. A lot of thought and work went into the little window that you see as a result. To tell The Hit List how often to repeat the task, simply use plain English. Go ahead, type in a complex command like “On the 1st through the 6th of every month” or “Every second tuesday”. The Hit List is cleverly programmed to accept these types of commands. For the full story and a list of accepted commands, go here.

Quick Entry

Quick Entry

Quick Entry

Quick entry is by far my favorite feature in The Hit List. As I said before, I tend to not like GTD apps because they generally take too much work to setup and use. The Hit List bypasses this problem with a global shortcut that brings up a little window that allows you to enter a task from any application.

So if you’re reading through your emails and come across something you need to do, hit your shortcut, enter the task and get back to what you were doing without getting sidetracked by switching applications. To use this feature go to The Hit List and type “Cmd-Comma” to open preferences. Next click on “Shortcuts”.

Shortcuts

Shortcuts

Here you can enter the shortcut you’d like to use for the quick entry window (I use Control-L). Now switch to a different application, type your designated shortcut to bring up the quick entry window, type your task and specify a start/due date and time estimation (only if you want to), and then hit save to exit or “return” to enter another task. Voilá, global task management in a few short keystrokes.

Syncing to iCal (and someday to iPhone)

iCal Sync

iCal Sync

Inside the preferences window you’ll see an option to sync THL tasks to iCal ToDos. Simply check the calendars and tags you wish to sync and you’re ready to go. Now open iCal and hit “Cmd-Opt-T” to show the ToDo items. If you’re suddenly excited at the prospect of now syncing these iCal ToDos to your iPhone/iPod Touch, you’re out of luck. iCal only syncs “events” with your mobile devices, not ToDos.

But that’s OK because there’s an iPhone sync option in The Hit List right? Wrong again, click on iPhone sync in preferences and you’ll get a promise that one day an accompanying iPhone app will make syncing possible… but not today.

iPhone Sync

iPhone Sync

Syncing Task Lists Across Macs with DropBox

Dropbox

Dropbox

Another thing that you can’t do with The Hit List is sync your lists across multiple computers… unless you’re tricky. The online backup application DropBox actually accomplishes this task quite easily. If you don’t have a DropBox, first harshly berate yourself for living without such a great free tool and then go here to downloadand learn all about it.

After you recover from the emotional damage of missing out on DropBox for so long, launch The Hit List while holding down the “option” key. Choose the option to create a new library and place the library in your DropBox.

Change Library

Change Library

Now on your other Mac(s), launch The Hit List while holding “option” and select the library in your DropBox. Now whenever you make a change on one Mac, it will be reflected on any other Mac sharing the same library.

Note: This trick works with any application that contains a moveable library!

Conclusion

Here at AppStorm we love our productivity applications. Be sure to check out our other reviews and roundups for a whole mess of apps that will help you get the job done.

In my opinion, Things is the most significant competitor for The Hit List. Things boasts many of the same features and has already launched an accompanying iPhone app. The Hit List is what I personally use for task management, but our editor David Appleyard was blown away by the functionality of Things in an earlier review. I recommend trying both and deciding for yourself (let us know what you think). The simple interface and shortcut driven user experience of The Hit List won me over instantly.

I do find myself immensely frustrated that I have no way to sync my tasks to my iPod Touch, but I’m sure it won’t be too long before the Potion Factory rolls the mobile app out. Aside from the current lack of an iPhone app, my one complaint about The Hit List is its price tag. $59.95 is a lot to pay for a glorified checklist, but to be fair, Things has the exact same price point. Fortunately for you, we were able to score 2 free copies of The Hit List for our readers. We’ll be posting the details of the giveaway very soon so be sure to check back often!


  • http://www.creatified.com mat.i.am

    have been a Things user for some time, and really appreciate the iPhone companion. Most ideas and tasks come to my mind while I’m not in front of my Mac.
    A thing both of them are still missing is a web companion, unfortunately I have to spend 8 hours a day off my Mac, using Linux or Windows – so it would also be nice to enter tasks here and sync back

    • http://www.kulturbanause.de Jonas

      YES! That’s it!
      An online-version of Things would be perfect!

      • TmiY

        I totally agree

      • Ross

        Completely agree too!

    • Eduardo

      Totally agree, i don’t have an iPhone (…yet).. But i use Linux a lot, so it would be very useful for me to have this

    • Adam

      same here, I spend 8 hours on Windows environment and the best GTD thing that I could find was Google Task ;(

    • Winter Steele

      Purchasers of the Pre-Paid version of the software have been waiting almost 2 freaking years for the software to go final and for the iphone app. This hasnt happened. Its a one man show and that one man is too busy to get back to the project or even address his former fans on the THL google discussion group. When he does comment he’s got every excuse in the world but the one that matters.

      Most of us have had to switch to other applications like Things and Omnifocus in order to get on with our lives. Do NOT waste your money. You’ve been warned.

  • http://www.kulturbanause.de Jonas

    Looks like Things.

  • http://geektechnica.com pavs

    I recently dumped things for hit list. I have tried almost every GTD app for mac you could think of and The Hit List is by far the best I have used. Its not because its very unique with its features but because it took the best features from all the GTD apps out there and put it together.

    Unlike things, I like the fact that you can do nested list and have a nice little time watch which I use very often. The tab feature is also feels very intuitive. Overall a very solid app, Things would be a close second choice for me.

    I didn’t buy it yet because the beta is still free till October (I think). I want to wait and see if they continue to improve or screw it up like Things with their latest botched updates and lack of new features. (google “things forum” for disgruntled customer reaction)

    Highly recommended :)

  • http://eugeniogrigolon.com Eugenio Grigolon

    Another amazing review guys. So, I’m also using Things, but I’ll give a try on The Hit List. Any date for an iPhone release?

  • http://www.voox.se andste

    Got a license for The Hist List bundled with the latest Macheist bundle but i haven’t tested it out as of yet, perhaps its time for that now after reading this review.

    • http://twitter.com/AdrianHerritt Adrian

      I also received it from the MH bundle, and I would say the same as you, but without an companion iPhone app The Hit List is worthless to me. Until then, Things fits the bill quite nicely.

      • http://the-dream.co.uk/involer/ Christian

        It’s a pretty generic acronym, don’t you think?

    • http://simplyblog.net Miguel Wickert

      Yes, I also got it from the bundle… I’m enjoying it. The license we received is good to go, right?

  • http://www.enlightsolutions.com Dan Pickett

    I gave The Hit List a try for a week and it just wasn’t clicking the way things was. I just purchased Things and it’s been working really well for me. It’s the first app that utilizes Areas of Responsibility and Team Members well. A much more complete implementation of GTD, imho.

    I couldn’t agree more that either app would be awesome if it had some kind of web sync capability. This could be a serious differentiator for The Hit List – I would definitely check it out again if it offered some type of online push/pull

  • http://johnathan-barrett.me.uk Johnathan Barrett

    I love The Hit List but I really can’t use it until they come out with an iPhone app, pretty useless IMO without one.
    but THL is definitely the better of the two.

  • Andrea

    GTD = Get Things Done, I suppose.

    Can’t you write a small note on your post to tell that?
    Or everyone around the world should know what that means?

    • http://davidappleyard.net David Appleyard

      Good call Andrea – We’ve added a quick explanation of the acronym at the beginning of the post!

  • Leah

    I got a copy of The Hit List in the MacHeist bundle, and I’ve been using it daily ever since. It’s a great program! I’ve tried every other GTD app on the Mac, but this is the only one I’ve really enjoyed and thus used with any consistency. It’s been a valuable asset as a freelancer—not to mention everyday life!—and I can’t wait to put it to use this fall when school starts up again. My only hope is that the iPhone/iPod Touch app is released soon (especially before September). It sounds Andy’s working hard on it and EVERYONE seems to be clamouring for it!

    Fantastic program—I highly recommend it!

  • http://twitter.com/sulcalibur Sulcalibur

    I use THL and I love it. I just recently bought an iPhone and I’m seriously wondering whether to move over to ‘Things’ as using the app on when out on the go is essential.

    I recently email The Potion Factory guys (and girls) to just let me know roughly when the app would be released on the iPhone. I mean, a week, a month, half a year, 1 year, more???? Seriously, this is getting silly now.

    I (and others) are paid customers and being left in the cold like this (no matter how good the app is) is really bad.

  • http://dbj.pixelpimps.de Phil

    sixty bucks for an app like this? i mean, it sure looks nice and all, but in the end all it does is generate a pretty shiny list.

    call me crazy, but i just use Stickies.app and clutter my desktop with todo notes. since they’re quite annoying i make sure i get rid of as many of them as fast as possible. i don’t need yet another app to fiddle around with to get stuff done.

    • http://keehun.com Keehun

      Nice logic! Annoying so get rid of it fast. =D

      Though, in the long run, I would like some more organization. For me, the badge on the Things’ icon in the dock annoys the crap out of me so I try to get it DONE.

      • http://dockyard.com Brian Cardarella

        Old article but fit my needs, thank you.

  • http://christen.dybenko.net Christen Dybenko

    I’m totally impressed with the interface, but totally blown away by the price. Way too much!

  • http://www.zingerding.com Steve

    I use Things extensively. The Hit List looks like a good competitor for sure and I gave it a whirl. As a designer myself, I appreciate the visuals. However, I think THL has too much design – to the point where it disrupts the function.

    The designers for Things really understand visual hierarchy when it comes to the function of a to-do list. A major point of the software is to focus the user on tasks at hand. Things fully grays out the entire text field for completed tasks so they fade away to let only the uncompleted tasks stand out. Uncompleted tasks remain bright against a darker background. It’s brilliant design that truly does usher productivity.

    The Hit List just checks off the checkbox and slightly grays the text. But visually, it’s not enough to get completed tasks to fade out of mind. In fact, I’d argue that the addition of a checkmark in a text field that remains the same color (yellow or white in this case) puts almost more emphasis on completed tasks.

    THL looks pretty and they certainly understand UI better than most developers, but Things still outperforms them in form and functionality.

    • http://davidappleyard.net David Appleyard

      Great point Steve – I think that’s the underlying reason why I generally prefer to use Things.

    • Joshua Johnson

      The Hit List also “archives” tasks, making them invisible. You can’t argue that making them go away doesn’t distract from other tasks or emphasize their completeness!

      • http://www.zingerding.com Steve

        I’m not talking about archiving and both apps do that fine. I’m talking about tasks being checked off for the day before they are archived and while they are still on your list.

        It’s not an obvious “feature” but Things handles the visuals of this functionality in a much more refined way. It’s a subtle use of design which makes a giant impact on usability. And this is one of many aesthetic enhancements that push the UI of Things beyond THL.

        But again, THL looks good and in no way am I saying it is bad design. It’s a strong UI, however, Things’ UI is simply stellar.

  • http://www.simpleleap.com/cram/mac.htm PatrickC

    Got this app a few months ago. It was a hard decision for me between Things and The Hit List, but after using both for a couple weeks i think The Hit List was a better fit.

  • http://paperplanes.de Mathias Meyer

    Been working with THL for a while now, after staying with OmniFocus before that, and Kinkless before that. I don’t mind the missing iPhone app, the desktop app is what I use most, and THL won me over within a week. An awesome app, with a nice and simple interface.

    What I do wonder though is why it needs to be a GTD app for you? It’s a todo list app, a productivity app, whatever suits you, but GTD, they don’t even market it as one, just mention that it fits in well with GTD if you want it to?

    THL is a nice app to stay on top of tasks, but why does it have to be GTD? A task is a task, not a buzzword. I don’t use GTD anymore, I just use simple tasks, and THL is perfect for my simple case, way better fitting than OmniFocus.

  • http://imknight.net knight

    hmmmm it seem like everyone is just into “things” .. no one on remember the milk ? their iphone apps quite cool too.

  • http://www.yourlifestyledesigner.net Cee

    this is like things with a timer.

    i like it! haha. I’ll try it out now.

  • http://www.rossgardt.de Benedikt R.

    The tool is pretty good, but if you often need to link files with your task, you will get frustrated with the time. That’s the reason, why I switched back to “Things”.

    • http://www.twitter.com/secondfret Joshua Johnson

      Linking tasks to files is a great feature! I do wish that was available in THL.

    • http://www.twitter.com/secondfret Joshua Johnson

      I just got a note from the developer. It turns out linking files to a note in THL is as easy as dragging the file to the note! Sorry I missed that in my review.

  • Michael

    It has a pretty interface and some nice features. But for people who have a lot of projects, it seems like it would suffer from UI overload (currently I have well over 100 projects, not including repeating tasks and single-item tasks — and this is not unusual for a professional who is following the GTD system). In my opinion, OmniFocus is a vastly better task manager for heavy users. It has a reasonably good interface, and great integration with iCal, Mail, and MobileMe for syncing. Not only that, but it is designed to accommodate every aspect of a GTD workflow. There’s a good comparison here: http://putthingsoff.com/osx-task-manager-showdown/ …. In summary, if “easy on the eyes” is a priority for you, then something like Hit List or Things is your best bet; but if you are more interested in power and high performance, I’d recommend OmniFocus.

  • Dominic

    I’ll give it a try – looks like GTD-apps want to entertain more and more.

  • Phil

    I have started using it. It came as a part of the MacHeist Bundle offered a few months ago. I had previously ignored it. Nice that I already have a paid for version. I think their price is a bit high as it is.

    I really do like it. I can see how it is going to help. They cannot come up with an iPhone app soon enough.

    One other thing I would like to see is that when I assign a due date to an item, rather than it show up in my To Do list in iCal, I would like to see it show up on the Calendar itself. That would be really handy.

  • http://www.yummygum.nl Vince

    I can’t help but to agree it does look a lot like Things. Names are the same, ‘Library’ for your tasks (the Dropbox technique is also applicable with Things), etc… I’ll keep on using Things for now.

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  • http://www.cifw.info Steven

    Looks interesting… i spend my days trying to figure out how to spend my day :/

  • http://crem.in Jonathan

    This app got it’s first release in December 2008, not “new” by a long stretch

  • Philippe

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  • http://valendesigns.com Derek Herman

    I don’t like this app at all, I tried it a while back and it’s not new. Things is much better!

  • http://czak.pl Łukasz Adamczak

    I’ve used 3 of the major GTD apps – OmniFocus (bought a copy while still in Beta), Things, and now got The Hit List with MacHeist bundle.

    I found THL and Things to be my 2 favourites. And though very similar, they have 1 significant difference which might be a dealbreaker for some.

    The Hit List is much better suited for a less-than-formal todo system. It empowers you to take almost freeform notes, and organize them very quickly however you wish. Things however will make you think harder about each todo entry before you organize it. The todos in Things are these closed ‘entities’. Things feels more suited to a ‘full-blown’ GTD implementation.

    I found that many times when using Things, I still use a separate note-taking/list-making app (TaskPaper in my case). That’s because I sometimes need to split my tasks into many fine-grained todos to move forward and Things makes it harder to do than The Hit List.

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  • http://www.nomad-one.com @nomadone

    This is what I’ve been looking for all this time, though of course iPhoen integration would be a super plus. I hate using apps that are not “nice” to look at, so this one definitely sorts that as well and makes the job of staying organised alot slicker & cleaner.

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  • http://www.bostinchristopher.com Bostin

    I’ve been playing with all three major apps (OF, Things, THL) and I’ve got to agree with the poster above about not calling THL a GTD app. Actually, of the three, OF is really the only app that comes to close to being a task manager program that would fit into an overall GTD system.

    One of the major problems I have with THL is how do I know what to do? It keeps a great list, but if I haven’t dated everything (and really why should I), I’ve got to go through all the lists and figure out what I could be doing. I could have tags/contexts that help me, but I still can’t quickly figure out what I could be doing now. #Things does give you the next action for each project (or more depending on how many you want to see), although it’s not a truly progressive system like OF (forcing only the next action to be seen).

    Their are a couple of other issues that leave me looking elsewhere – lack of global search is a major one. I would think that this would be coming in a future release, but not having that knowledge, I can’t trust that it will.

    So, I am still undecided, but the benefit of playing/working with all three is it’s given me a clearer picture of how I process and I am thankful to them all for that…

  • Anne

    I find THL fits my workflow better than Things, probably because it’s more freeform – I’ve got various tags set up which, with smart folders, make it very easy to see what I need to do: although I actually mostly check what needs doing in BusyCal, as I sync THL across through iCal to that. The key feature for me is THL’s ability to sync different lists – including smart folders – to different calendars (so that, for example, “waitingfor”s appear in a separate calendar/colour. Things is much more limited in what you can sync, as you can’t sync smart folders.

  • Jean

    If have used Things since it’s beta. Things above OF, due to the missing tag-function in OF. On the other hand in OF you can breakdown tasks at different levels. But i need tags more than the breakdown functionality.

    THL has both. I am managing 300+ tasks and i moved to THL even it is still beta. Beside some small bugs, the beta version works well for me.

    For now i stay with THL. It has the flexibility i need, the interface i like and the best of both OF and Things.

  • MJ

    I got The Hit List with the MacHeist Bundle, but I am using Things because it can sync with my iPod Touch. I like The Hit List and would be using it if there were an iPhone app. However it has been nearly a year and The Hit List remains in Beta! A year! And no iPhone app on the horizon. So, The Hit List sits on my Mac, unused.

    I have one task in THL: “Replace Things with The Hit List/@wf iPhone app.”

    Waiting… waiting… giving up.

  • Sven

    THL is a beautifully designed application, and was a pleasure to use. However, it LOSES MY DATA. For the past month, every time I restart my computer, THL has randomly lost To Do items, and restored completed items to my Inbox. That makes it worse than useless—it’s a menace.

    I’m not the only one having this experience. There are discussion groups on Google dedicated to this topic. This has been going on for months, and there’s been no response from the developer. It’s a shame, because it’s the best designed app of this sort that I’ve found. However, I strongly recommend you avoid it.

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  • Gisele Pham

    I use Things, OmniFocus. Now I just switch The Hit List for a few days. I like The Hit List the most! It’s so elegant in design, and take less time than those 2 software to create your tasks. Things enable the ability to manage people, while OmniFocus is so structured for projects. You can use The Hit List for your daily tasks and also to work on that big projects. The font is easy and big enough to read. I think it’s the nice combination of both Things and OmniFocus.

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