Archive for December, 2008
Aliza Sherman has posted a review of Task2Gather at Web Worker Daily. The following “pluses” and “minuses” were singled out by the project manager:
1. One feature that my project manager really likes is the stats and reports feature. That could take the place of her weekly past-due reports that she generates by hand in a spreadsheet.
2. She also likes that you can assign a deadline that shifts with the projectâ€™s priority.
3. And she likes that you can see how close to completion a project is, but you have to put in hours spent. That begs to ask the question: Would everyone on our team take the time to enter their hours per project?
Betsy Brottlund has made up a top iPhone application list for business professionals. She has included 11 apps in the list. Task2Gather was included in the list and stated as “this application is ideal for maintaining all your business, personal, and family tasks. You can organize tasks, separate them, and share them with iPhone users and non-iPhone users. Additionally, the tasks are always accessible from your iPhone and your computer. Tasks can be divided into subtasks so you can delegate to colleagues.”
I’d like to add that Task2Gather for iPhone and for Windows Mobile is only $0.99 till the offline mode release. The desktop version is now free of charge. This is a bargain for the crisis time when businessmen try to save money on everything including task management tools.
December 10, 2008 - VITO Technology releases Task2Gather 1.1 for Windows Mobile. Task2Gather performs greatly as a personal to-do or shopping list as well as a collaborative tool for reaching common team goals. The major bugs of previous version were fixed. Moreover, the mobile version now has tag support, auto-login feature and many other minor improvements that make task management a whole lot easier.
Tasks priority is one of the key features in Task management. Almost every tool created for managing tasks has this feature.
Task2Gather is not an exception. Right now the priority can be set either by putting the deadline or by assigning the special color to the task.