If you are an Android user, there are a number of apps for keeping tasks organized. Here are six to-do list apps that help you manage your tasks.
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Windows comes with an handy tool, known as Task Scheduler, that allows you to automate and schedule tasks. You can also use a third party software, like Shutter, to get the job done. In this article, we will show you how to schedule and automate tasks with both the inbuilt task scheduler and Shutter.
The Eisenhower Matrix is one of the simplest, yet powerful method that can quickly make you a lot better at managing your time. Eisenpower is a productivity app for Mac that is based on the Eisenhower Matrix and is best used to organize your tasks and to-dos by importance and priority.
Windows 8 includes a new metro interface which is optimized for touch screen. It makes use of the screen in order to perform different tasks. For example, if you drag your mouse to any of the screen corners, Windows 8 will let you do a specific task. Crusper is a small application that can enable […]
Clear for iPhone is a simple application that has one thing on its mind, helping you remember your tasks in an easier and simpler way. This makes the application beautiful ascetically as well as in it’s motive. The Clear application also shows a lot about how technology is becoming less complicating, something we see in […]
With the new year comes resolutions. I myself have made a few that I am working to keep. Some people I know have vowed to be more organized. Having an Android phone can make getting your digital life more organized if you let it. My Life Organized is a cool little Android application that lets […]
Often, when group plans, such as outings and parties, are made, participants complain about the tasks they are assigned. Because normally tasks are assigned without consent, people’s tasks usually do not match their best abilities. For instance while arranging a get-together between friends, you would ask a friend to bring the food while he would […]
I like a good GUI as much as the next person, but some things beg for a little more simplicity. One of those things is a to do list. Which is why I turn to the command line and a text file for mine. Of the several command line to do applications out there in […]
There are many iPhone apps that do similar things to Siri Assistant, but none of them do everything Siri does. It’s an app that does so much, it’s usually underused. It performs exactly as billed, like a much-needed personal assistant. Siri Assistant can perform a myriad of tasks. It can perform GPS tasks for you, […]
As a freelancer, I have tried all types of to-do lists and electronic notepads to help me be more efficient and keep track of all of my work and clients. There are many good desktop solutions and also many good online cloud-based solutions. But if you want something simple that you can install on your own […]
Ever receive an email that reminds you of a task that you need to complete? What do you do then? Open another tab, load the to-do list site (perhaps Google tasks?) and add the task into your to do list. What if there is a simpler way to convert your emails into tasks and manage […]
One of the best feature that I love in Android is the ability to multi-task. Surfing the Web and remember that you need to send an email? Simply switch to the Email app, send your email and return to the browser to continue your surfing. Came across an excellent article in Google Reader and wanted […]
Following on from last week’s Dropbox guide, I will demonstrate some of the more advanced tricks that can be performed using Dropbox’s sync tool. 1. Remotely launch Bittorrent downloads. I like to keep my various Linux distributions up-to-date and one of the ways I manage this is to ensure that as soon as the latest […]
KDE provides users with the tools to run software automatically using two features: Autostart and Task Scheduler (formerly called KCron). These tasks can be initiated immediately prior to KDE startup, during KDE startup, or scheduled at anytime: daily, hourly, weekly, or even every five minutes. Both of these features were present in KDE 3. Autostart […]