FacileThings helps people manage themselves and increase their productivity. Self-management and organization are part of the theories introduced by author David Allen in his book titled Getting Things Done and this background is used in creating the platform for FacileThings where people can achieve their goals and stay focused on their objectives. In whatever part of life people seek improvements in, FacileThings can assist by providing guidelines and the education necessary to make a change and make a difference. People can use FacileThings to self-manage their activities, get things done and get the support or extra push needed to remain on track and achieve outstanding results in any of their endeavours. The application takes the user to greater heights and provides engaging tools that can be beneficial to the user and also tools that can make significant difference if applied properly.
Francisco Saez created FacileThings in 2011 and got inspiration for the application from a book written by David Allen titled Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. People can achieve their goals if they have the right guidance and the right tools. First-hand experience helped Saez see the need for an application such as FacileThings. Being too busy and living an unpleasant lifestyle were not the desired goals. After reading David Allen's book, things began to change. Hence, a more robust system was desired to further explore the potential of the methodology David Allen proposed. FacileThings is based in Spain.
Getting things done (GTD)is an attractive point of view. For FacileThings, this is the main focus in relation to self-manageemnt and this differentiates it from other applications that generally tackle other areas such as stress-free methods or healthy living. There is also the inclination for FacileThings to educate the user about GTD and this is quite a focal point which distinguishes the application from others. The application is based on taking ideas that work and developing a platform where users can benefit from such knowledge.
The application is neatly designed and is easy to navigate. The menu is clearly displayed and users can access different pages easily. It is clear where sign up can occur and where to get information about pricing and plans. There is also a tour that users can take to get a better idea of how the application works. The amount of content to read to get through can seem somewhat overwhelming at first. However, browsing the application can help users become more familiar with the information and features such as adding activities and doing other things with the application.
New users can sign up for Facile Things by creating an account. By creating an account, users can begin learning how to live a less stressful and more productive life. To create an account, an email address and password are required. The sign up section is very visible on the index page of the application.
To use FacileThings, users need to sign up for one of the available princing plans. Users can pay monthly, every six months or yearly. Prices are displayed in Euros. As people sign up for the six month or the yearly plan, they can receive discounts in pricing. Users many also try FacileThings for free for a certain time. There may also be other special pricing deals offered for a certain period too. Credit cards are not required and all payment levels will provide all the features in the application. Hence, paying monthly, every six months or yearly will not discriminate regarding the features that are provided.
For those who want to get organized and improve their current capabilities, FacileThings can provide the self-management needed to rise above the business and get things done. It is a proactive approach to getting less stressed and more productive. The GTDers or those who want to join the GTDers would find this application useful.