DoneThat is a reverse todo list. Instead of creating static lists ahead of time, DoneThat allows you to log tasks after they are completed. By assigning ...
DoneThat is a reverse todo list. Instead of creating static lists ahead of time, DoneThat allows you to log tasks after they are completed. By assigning a velocity to each task, you can easily keep track of how much you have accomplished already in a given day and compare it to the previous day or averages for the past week, month or all time. DoneThat is the perfect task tracker and motivational help for freelancers and independent programmers, designers, artists or other creative workers who feel tied down by traditional task tracking. To measure tasks, DoneThat uses the concept of velocity. Small tasks (doing the dishes, walking the dog) add 1 to the day's velocity, medium tasks (writing a piece of code, designing an element) add 2 and big tasks (finalizing a project, curing cancer) add 3. DoneThat was built with scaling in mind. No matter if you have entered 10 tasks, 100 tasks or 1,000,000 tasks - DoneThat will run at the same speed. DoneThat was designed to stay out of your way and let you do your work. Period.
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Developed by Reflare
Day of release: 0000-00-0