Tag - Task manager
Due 2.2 is not the reminders app to beat all reminders apps: it's the one to join them. Whatever To Do app you're currently using, Due can work alongside it in your life -- and we're still surprised at that. Uncomfortably surprised: it cannot be a good idea to have some of your tasks in one app and the rest in another, it just cannot. Yet it is. We've been using Due alongside Wunderlist and OmniFocus, and in both cases it's proved just too handy to leave.
PowerUp is a new active task-management application, optimized for Snow Leopard and Lion, that lets users create to-do lists and easily update their progress. A reminder progress bar keeps users focused on the overall goal, and user can zero in on troublesome sections to change the progress bar to that one task. By checking off completed tasks but leaving them on the list, users gain motivation from accomplishment.
The underlying concept behind Appfluence's new Mac version of its popular iPad and iPhone app Priority Matrix is rooted in something President Dwight D. Eisenhower once said: "What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important." Based on that principle, the program moves away from the traditional linear to-do lists and substitutes a movable four-color grid that adds visual categorization, making it clear what's urgent, what's less urgent, and what's important or less important based on choices the user themselves have made in terms of where on the grid they put tasks.
Two Dogs Software has launched its cloud-syncing task manager, TaskSurfer 1.0. The new software offers GTD and tag-based task management. It offers custom tagging, including category, time, location and people tags and uses a tag browser to keep tags organized. It also utilizes Snow Leopard's Core Location technology to track locations and gear tasks to the location it is being used in, such as organizing tasks for home or business based on the location the user is in.
XgridLite 1.1 ($15) is a preference pane that allows users to enable the Xgrid controller on standard desktop versions of Mac OS X. It allows users to turn on and off the built-in Xgrid controller with a single click, set passwords for client and agent authentication, reset the controller to default settings, and more. [Download - 0.17MB]
Money 3.2 ($39) is a tool for helping people manage their personal finances. The software also includes enough features that a small-business could use the software for their own accounting needs. The update has added a new grid view which provides a list of icons representing categories. The update has also introduced new interfaces for both the Portfolio and Sheets features looking to make their usage more manageable. Other changes include improved csv import, improved search, improved French and German localizations, fixed problem with reports date ranges, fixed problem with taxes, new Uncategorized icon, other minor improvements and bug fixes. [Download - 15.6MB]
The OmniGroup has announced the release of OmniFocus 1.0, their new task management tool. OmniFocus is a personal productivity application that can be used to implement the "Getting Things Done" work-life management method developed by David Allen. The tool is designed to quickly capture your thoughts and allow you to store, manage, and process them into actionable to-do items. Tasks can be assigned to projects and stored within contexts (for example: "Home", "Work", or "Garden"), with built-in visual cues that highlight the next action you need to take care of.