Think of endeavours as businesses, under which you will be managing multiple projects. If you're a business owner, naturally you will want to create an endeavour for (either of) your business(es).
In its simplest form, a project is just a list of subsequent actions. Optionally, projects can be divided into several subprojects, tagged, and connected to an endeavour and/or site. Project outcomes can be defined, and progress can easily be tracked.
Actions, or tasks, can either be managed individually, or added to a project. They can be scheduled, starred (useful when defining next actions), tagged, etc.
Sites and domains
Your sites are what make your endeavours profitable, so naturally they can be added to Chiefly. Projects, tags, social accounts, domains... they can all be connected.
Keep track of your social engagement, your different social network accounts and how they are related to your endeavours and sites.
Tags are just your plain old non-hierarchical keywords, and can be assigned to actions, projects, and sites. Either add/manage them independently, or directly add them to an action, project, or site, as you're viewing it.
Everything is interconnected
Endeavours, projects, actions, sites, social accounts... They can all be managed independently, and connected to each other if they are related.
Built on GTD principles
We've applied several principles of the GTD productivity method to our action and project management tools, allowing you to gain more focus, and keep your mind clear from clutter.
Quality over quantity
We believe in focusing on a set of core features, and improvement over expansion, rather than to add tons of new features, just for the sake of features.