Alive Task Manager
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Alive Task Manager is considered as a useful and easy to use application for the planning of diverse tasks which allows you to generate and view a personal time-table, remind about particular events, create repeated tasks, establish rules for postponement of tasks, etc. The support of a tree-type structure of tasks facilitates allocation of tasks with corresponding attributes. A variety of folders (for example, business, personal, employees, etc.) can be created for placement of relevant tasks. A special folder "All Tasks" displays all tasks created in Alive Task Manager.
This feature is very convenient for searching and viewing. Each task in Alive Task Manager is arranged such that all information about a task is placed on a separate tab: 1. Summary - consolidated information about a task. It displays general information, such as the header, start date and time, completion date and time, notes. 2. Main - basic information about a task, such as task title, start date and time, completion date and time, priority and state. 3. Additional - an indispensable tab for a more detailed task description. It contains the following fields: task completion percentage, completion period, actual time spent, expenditures, type of restriction, web resources, and contacts. 4. Executives - these are tasks, for which a person in charge and one or several executives are assigned.
All relevant information can be written on this tab. 5. Comprehensive information about a task can be entered in notes. Alive Task Manager offers the widest opportunities for reminding you about tasks and controlling the progress of their fulfillment. Any task in the program can be preset so that the reminder window is displayed at the desired moment. Using Alive Task Manager not just greatly improves labor discipline, but also increases labor efficiency.
- Hierarchical task tree. Some people do not have to work with more than 20 tasks at a time. In that case, a simple ToDo List is all they need. But many of them get involved with planning hundreds of tasks. There are things to do today, this week, this month, and this year. When Developer set goals and work on projects, they need to organize tasks into categories and break down projects into tasks and subtasks. This is why a hierarchical task tree is so important. If all they had was one lengthy list of tasks, it would be too difficult to manage and wade through. A hierarchical tree allows them to neatly organize tasks into categories, goals, and projects.
- A second window pane for tasks. Projects and goals are usually made up of several categories, each of which contains many tasks. For example, let's say a writer is planning on writing a book. That single goal or project may be broken down into three subgoals: a) Write manuscript, b) write query letter to literary agent, c) write book proposal. Each subgoal is then further broken down into tasks. For instance, in order to write the manuscript, the author needs to conduct research, verify the accuracy of the information, organize the material, interview people on the phone and in person, write each chapter, check the spelling, grammar, and style of the manuscript, write a draft, revise the draft, and do final editing. This is only a partial list, but it demonstrates how quickly the number of tasks will grow. In order to prevent the Task Tree from growing too long and unwieldy, a good task manager will have a second window pane to list all the tasks within a subgoal or category. So, if developer click in the Task Tree window on example project WRITE BOOK, it will expand into three categories: a) Write manuscript, b) Write query letter, c) Write book proposal, and when they click on the WRITE MANUSCRIPT node of task tree, the long list of tasks will appear to the right of the task tree in a separate task window. This arrangement reduces clutter, makes it easy to see an overview of all tasks in each category and simplifies task management.
- A third window pane for notes. Often, there are notes associated with each task. Instead of having to double-click on a task to read its notes, a good task manager, will have a third window pane for notes. So, once a task is clicked, its notes will automatically appear in the Notes Window (located beneath the Tasks Window).
- A calendar. In order to manage their tasks and achieve their goals, developer need to indicate the date and time they will work on each task. The ideal task manager will automatically add their tasks to a calendar whenever they indicate the date and time they plan to do the task. A calendar will allow them to instantly see what developer are scheduled to do today, this week, and this month. The calendar introduces clarity to plans and prevents them from forgetting appointments, events and tasks.
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