Hopefully you’ll find a selection of very useful pieces of software!
Looking for a free task manager or to-do app and on a budget?
Liquid Planner is all about collaboration, and it’s an ideal tool to work on task lists in a team, when trying to get a project finished.
You’ll need to be an existing Liquid Planner subscriber to use the app, and it gives you access to some of the core features of the popular Saa S software.
You can create, edit, and close tasks through the Zoho Projects app, and even attach voice notes to tasks for quickly adding context to projects you’re working on.
Price: Free app, requires Zoho Projects subscription Developer: Zoho Download: i Tunes Store If you’re a project manager for a mid-market or enterprise coorporation, Workfront is able to offer you some high level tools for managing your team’s tasks.
Price: Free app, requires Project Place or To Do subscription Developer: Project Place Download: i Tunes Store Asana is designed to help you manage tasks and to-do lists on the go.
Features of the app include the ability to share lists for collaborative editing, and attach photos, presentations, and PDFs.
It provides a very visual overview of your entire workflow through Kanban boards.
The app allows you to create cards, manage and share files, access team members contact information, and more.
Up until now, I have been using my i Phone’s standard calendar as a personal to-do list, since I hadn’t really found a to-do list application that I fell in love with.
For tasks like picking up groceries and getting a hair-cut, this might be okay, but when it comes to planning projects for work, and other complex scenarios, the integrated calendar just won’t cut it.
Wrike is a powerful project management and collaboration software and the app means you and your team can get visibility about what needs to be done while you’re on the move.