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Vitamin-R breaks down large projects into short time slices

updated 11:30 pm EDT, Tue April 20, 2010

Productivity tool works with Things, OmniFocus

Publicspace.net has announced its new productivity tool, Vitamin-R. The software is a collection of tools designed to help organize large projects by breaking them down into manageable tasks. Tasks are reduced down to 10-30 minute slices, each focusing on one specific event or objective. The software also features a 'now and later board' that allows users to jot down ideas to work on later, aiding in keeping focus on the current objective.

Users can take advantage of progress tracking, with detailed patterns to help indicate formation of positive and negative habits. Vitamin-R is developed to work side-by-side with productivity tools such as Things or OmniFocus.

The new software requires Mac OS X 10.5 and costs $15, while the company also offers family, business and enterprise packages.








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