Sneak Peak - Fruitful Time Taskmanager

Hey There

This post is going to be a sneak peek post about a new program that I am an beta tester for. Entitled FruitfulTime TaskManager it is a task manager that helps you sort of your big tasks into smaller tasks which are more manageable. Its in beta at the moment and should be realized. I'm going to show you a couple of screen shots.




Its coming soon, I can't wait to test it out. According to the website it offers:

Benefits
  • Organise your life
  • Increase your productivity
  • Get things done
  • Avoid procrastination
  • Always deliver on time
  • Clear your mind from juggling pending tasks
  • Reduce stress and be happier
  • Achieve more in life and reach your goals
  • Find more free personal time
  • Students get better grades with better time management
  • Employees get raises and promotions by delivering work on time
Feature List
  • Easy to use, intuitive User Interface (UI)
  • Create / edit / delete tasks
  • Create subtasks to divide a big task into smaller manageable steps
  • Set the priority for each task / subtask
  • Specify the task / subtask start date and due date
  • Set and monitor your progress on each task / subtask
  • Configure reminders so that you never forget a task
  • Add references to files and internet bookmarks related to a task
  • Jot down notes related to a task
  • Notes can be formatted using fonts and colours, and can include lists and pictures.
  • Easily export task notes for use in other products, such as Microsoft Word.
  • Add contact details of people somehow related to the task
  • Assign tags to a task for easy and quick filtering
  • Print the task list, subtasks, and notes
  • Easy and powerful filtering of tasks through tags and dates
  • All of the data is secured with the Advanced Encryption Standard algorithm using a 256 bit key for maximum security
  • Easy and quick installation
  • Supports installation on a USB drive so that you can carry your task list with you anywhere
It should be out soon. So stay tuned.

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