TimeTracker: Track Your Tasks
I hate disorganization. Apparently Mecid8 feels the same way. The creator of the clever AutoFolders is back with another app.
His latest invention is TimeTracker. It was designed to assist in better distribution of tasks and the time spent on them. This alleviates the stress normally put on a user’s time management skills and aids in sorting not only individual tasks, but also projects involving multiple tasks.
Although currently in beta, the app is useful for:
1. Creating tasks
2. Creating tasks for different projects
3. Tracking time spent on task
4. User friendly graphs
Having run the app through a few basic tasks I can honestly say that the UI is user friendly, as well as intuitive. There are a few bugs that are being worked out in the beta, but I can honestly say that I enjoy the added organization it imbues into my daily activities and is adaptable to nearly any tasks.
Check it out here and organize your life.
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