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review of four famous task management applicatiions

12 02 2008

I found a nice review of four famous Mac task management applications. All these programs follow the David Allen “Getting things done” paradigm.

In review are

See full article at View from the dock

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2008-02-12 2008-02-12 2008-02-12
Apple » review of four famous task management applicatiions (9.12 pm) :

[…] Mac Geeks wrote an interesting post today on review of four famous task management applicatiionsHere’s a quick excerpt I found a nice review of four famous Mac task management applications. All these programs follow the David Allen “Getting things done” paradigm. In review are OmniFocus from OmniGroup Midnight Inbox from Midnight Beep Things from Cultured Code iGTD from Bartek Bargiel See full article at View from the dock Technorati Tags: Apple, MacOS X, Software, GTD […]

2008-05-12 2008-05-12 2008-05-12
sharley (5.41 pm) :

Surfing the Internet, I found another great product. Looks like MProLite, just released, and seems to focus directly on three key questions:

Where are we going (with scorecards)
What are we doing to get there (outline of tasks, progress updates and attached document)
What needs to happen today

More personally it’s about having a tool that:
•keeps me organized and focused on what’s priority…
•the peace of mind I get from having everyone in one place, at your finger tips,
•the extra kick in productivity, the reduced frustration that comes from having to search for stuff.

After getting a free demo, it’s something that’s pretty simple to use, but has a lot of flexibility to wrap around business process.

Task management, varies in value creation based upon whether it is personal (personal organization, peace of mind) or business (coordination of work effort, team members, delivery of projects, meeting of defined goals and outcomes) oriented.

This product is also project management oriented. I like the idea that I can manage tasks and projects and keep my eye on what it takes to move the business forward each day.

2008-06-25 2008-06-25 2008-06-25
Patti Sears (8.42 pm) :

I am using the trial of MproLite. Thanks for this infomation about it. What a great product where I have great visibility of the outline of what I need to get accomplished. My team is able to all share the information and accomplish their part of the project. It will really keep things from falling through the cracks. I love the email feature for when I assign tasks to others and the ability to tack when they are completed.

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