The great thing about this application is that no matter what you want to track, there's a tool that will help you to do it successfully. In addition to being able to track your action items using the tasks function, you can track your projects, and your goals. Additionally, you can track your habits over time.
It will depend upon which subscription level you have, but the free version allows you to create up to three goals. When you create your goals, you can give it a timeline, categorize the goals, and assign a priority to the goals.
You will start with five projects at the free level. Each project can be linked to a goal. This is great, because it allows you to see how your tasks relate to your goals. When you create a project in GTDAgenda, you will give the project a deadline and a priority. You can then add tasks to the project.
When you add a task, you can select the project, context, priority, and due date. In addition, you can flag the task as being the next action and you can select whether the task repeats and how often it repeats.
For tasks that haven't been processed (say you're doing a mind dump), they will all appear in the "inbox" for you to process later. You can also set up filters that will automatically sort the tasks by specific rules to make processing or reviewing tasks easier for you to perform later on.
You'll find that you're able to track habits on a "checklist." Rather than create a recurring task, you may simply want to create a checklist for things that should be part of your daily habits.
Finally, GTDAgenda allows users to log in from any computer or mobile device to update their task list, check of completed tasks, and even mark items on the checklist complete.