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Free daily organizer

by ts705 / June 14, 2011 6:46 AM PDT

I keep a notebook at my desk and take notes from calls, and try to manage a to-do list and schedule. I'm looking for something that is a desktop task/call (possibly contact) manager that will automatically rollover unfinished tasks/calls to the next day. A few of the products I looked at were A) more calendar centric (I think the calendar is important but want something that's more task list centric, with the capability to schedule later appointments and tasks) and B) I haven't found any that rollover the tasks/calls. Does anyone know of any products that might fit the bill? I've been an ACT user in the past but it has way too much functionality for my needs. Basically, I'm looking for a VERY light version of ACT - without emailing, reporting, sales funnel management, group scheduling, etc. Something that handles tasks with contacts and ad hoc tasks.

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Just sharing.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 14, 2011 6:49 AM PDT
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My system is Outlook and post it notes (with pen!)

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Interesting question
by knowledgenotebook / June 20, 2011 6:08 AM PDT
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And I like your desire for simplicity, actually I can easily tweak my current app to support that, but I don't get it on having it for "free", why not willing to pay something of value?

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