IQTELL

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IQTELL
Developer(s) IQTELL.COM, LLC
Operating system Web, Chrome, Android, iOS
Type productivity software & personal task management
License Proprietary
Website IQTELL

IQTELL was a productivity app that allowed users to manage email, tasks, projects, calendars, contacts, Evernotes and more in a single app. IQTELL was available as a web app, as well as an iOS and Android app. All user information was automatically synced between all devices. iOS and Android apps supported offline access. The app could be used to implement concepts and techniques described in the book Getting Things Done by David Allen.[1]

History[edit]

IQTELL was created by Ran Flam[2] and released in 2013.[3]

In 2014, mobile apps for iOS and Android were released.[4]

In 2015, Premium and Platinum subscription plans were introduced (while maintaining the free user version).

In April 2017, a new web app was launched.[5]

On July 31, 2017, all IQTell services have been closed.[6]

Productivity Methods[edit]

IQTell was designed to fit in with the Getting Things Done (GTD) productivity methods. Users may have had utilized GTD lists, such as Inbox, Actions, Projects, Someday, Ticklers, and Reference information to process their Inbox items into relevant GTD lists.[7][8]

Using the web app, iOS and/or Android apps, users could deploy macros/shortcuts to quickly process their email.[9] Email was turned into tasks (actions), projects, etc.[7] The original email was removed from the email inbox.[9] The email became a part of the items created (e.g. actions, project, etc.) and could also be viewed in the All Mail folder (if Gmail), or the Archive folder (if non-Gmail). Users had flexibility to use the out-of-the-box macros/shortcuts as well as edit/create additional macros.

IQTELL features included email, calendars, contacts, list management, sharing and collaboration with team members. All of the features were compatible with commonly used organization software such as Evernote[10] and iCloud.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "IQTELL Puts GTD, Notes and Email in a Single Productivity App". Lifehacker
  2. ^ "How to Deal With Email When You're on Vacation". Base Line, By Dennis McCafferty | 2014-07-03
  3. ^ "4 Productivity tools to help you get things done: IQTell, Wunderlist, Tracky, Basecamp". IT Pro Portal, 16 May 2013 By Kate Russell
  4. ^ "Overnight Recap: Google Maps Out of Beta, IQTELL, Amazon Coin on Android". Mac Life, February 20, 2014.
  5. ^ "Launching our new web app". IQTell Productivity Blog, April 5, 2017.
  6. ^ "The future of IQTell". IQTell Productivity Blog, June 29, 2017.
  7. ^ a b "IQTELL is ready to super charge your mobile productivity". By Jack Wallen, Tech Republic, February 26, 2014
  8. ^ "Clear your head while quickly navigating your inbox with IQTELL contexts".By Jack Wallen. Tech Republic, March 6, 2014
  9. ^ a b "If Your Inbox Is Out of Control, IQTELL Might Be the Answer ". MakeUseOf. By Dann Albright on 26th March, 2014
  10. ^ "IQTELL: Manage your Emails, Projects and Tasks the smart way'. Ask Your Android.

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