Wieldy is an interesting to-do list manager that can help to get your life organised.

At its simplest you can use the program to record things you need to get done, assigning them to the Next Action, Today or Someday category for easy browsing later.

You're also able to schedule actions for a particular time and date, though. And the program allows you to organise your To Do's by attaching them to Projects, so you might have some for work, others for big family events, anything you like.

The program has some very professional features, too. Wieldy allows you to build up a database of contacts, for example, then delegate tasks to them as required, giving it some of the abilities of a simple project manager.

There's also support for data encryption, task priorities, and recurring actions. You're able to give actions tags, and then filter by those tags, making it simple to view particular groups of tasks. And there's even some synchronisation with other information managers, like Outlook.

If there's a problem here it's that Wieldy is lacking any documentation, so you'll have to explore and experiment to find out exactly what it can do. It's a surprisingly powerful program, though, so if you're looking for an organiser then Wieldy is well worth an hour or two of your time.


Wieldy is a capable and surprisingly powerful personal information manager, but the lack of documentation means it takes a while to figure out how everything works