Do the words task management send shivers up your spine and make your stomach feel a bit sick? There's no need for task management to be confusing, which is exactly what the Do - Task Manager for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone sets out to prove. This is a task management app that has been created to be very simple and quick to use so that you aren't bombarded by tools you don't need or want. This could prove to be very useful in taking control of the ever-growing list of tasks in your life.
When you think of the word "simplicity," people are quick to assume the app will be sub-par but that couldn't be further from the truth where the Do - Task Manager app is concerned. This app is filled with all kinds of powerful features that make entering, planning, and managing your tasks smooth. What’s great is that this app can be used for the most simple of task lists or you can use it for more complex tasks and still stay organized and well managed. As an added bonus you're able to sync with Dropbox for sharing and backing up of your data.
The app hasn't been updated in a couple of years with the last one focusing on making the app smoother and more user-friendly. The app scores an impressive four out of five stars from users but it doesn't have any customer comments at the time.
Getting to Know the Tools
The Do - Task Manager app has a strong focus on making task management quick and easy and as part of this the task entry itself is incredibly user-friendly. The quick add tasks feature makes it possible to add a task from any other location in the app. There are task filters that you can apply (due date, priority, tag, or context), create projects and then group the tasks in these projects, assign and clear tags and contexts, and set up alerts and reminders for each of the tasks you've entered. As you work through your tasks and complete them they will then be kept track of in your logbook so you can always go back and take a look. If you want to delete a task or a full project, just swipe from the left to the right. Task and file sharing is possible through iTunes, SMS, iMessage, Facebook, and Twitter.