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Soda Task Manager

Soda Task Manager is a simple tool for controlling your work tasks and the dependencies between them. Soda Task Manager is more than just an advanced ...

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Description

Soda Task Manager is a simple tool for controlling your work tasks and the dependencies between them. Soda Task Manager is more than just an advanced to-do list. By knowing the relationships between the tasks it helps you concentrate on doing the right things at the right time and discriminate between important tasks and those that are currently unimportant or just easies or more fun to do - also known as procrastination. This results in less stress and the feeling of regaining control over your working day. Instead of just having all you tasks on a long list as normal to-do lists they are illustrated as bubbles in a flow chart diagram with arrows between them to mark their complex relationships. The application is cloud based which makes it possible for the users to access their bubbles from other locations or devices. Why you should NOT get Soda Task Manager: • If you have a busy day with many interdependent working tasks but FEELS NO STRESS having it all in your memory • If you always MEET ALL YOUR DEADLINES and manage to even out your workload instead of being very busy some days and less busy on other days • If you NEVER procrastinate • Your planning is SO EXACT that neither your family/friends or mood suffers • If you do not want TO BE THE BEST at what you do • If you will not INVEST 10 MINUTES in reading the simple users guide

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.1.0.4

Size: 794.26 KB

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Price: 0,88 €

Developed by Fanitas

Day of release: 2011-02-21

Recommended age: 4+

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