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Task Management

We've been working on the development of a series of task management applications for personal and business users. I wanted to get some insight from the community to find out how people are generally managing their day to day work tasks and if anyone uses task managers on a daily basis?

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Still using the old fashioned.

I have two methods that I use still. One is the project notebook and the second one is the TO DO list for items that need attention sooner. Both are paper and pen based and work superbly.

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Still using the old fashion

Thanks or the feedback Bob. I used a notebook myself for many years and to be quite honest it did the trick for me as well. The general ability to write lists with with deadlines and dates can in effect be quite simple to manage and organise.

I think one of the most important features that defines a good task management is the accessibilty to your information.

With leading products now offering mobile desktop and online accessibility, your information is always at hand and stored in a secure place.

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Yes, I do have a droid.

But then we have issues with it's battery time and more. Pad and pencil seem to win this one for me and I'm an author of apps for PalmOS, WM, Windows and soon the droid.

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