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Very quick review: Formations
Monday, September 12, 2005

Ted Goranson mentioned Formations in a recent About This Particular Outliner column. It's an eclectic, organizer / project manager / PIM tool for the Macintosh. Formations has a busy UI feels cluttered and confusing to me even though it also reveals some interesting features and ideas. I like the Address Book integration and the ability to define multiple views of the same data. Integration with e-mail and dictionary lookup is also a plus. On the whole, however, Formations remains too much of a traditional organizer to really peak my interest.


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