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Review: Siasto

By Michelle

Siasto is fairly new to me – I hadn’t heard of it before but I really like it. Here’s an overview: Pros: ¬†Fantastic UI. Seriously. Probably one of the best user interfaces/aesthetic feels I’ve seen out of any full-fledged project management tool. Easy to use, intuitive, nice to look at – five stars. Not only […]

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Review: ThunderTask

By Michelle

First things first: I’m running a free class on zero-panic launching, just for those of you who are launching something after the holidays & don’t want to spend your holidays panicking about it. Check it out & sign up here. On to the review! Out of the GTD-based task management tools that I’ve seen, ThunderTask […]

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Review: Any.Do

By Michelle

Any.Do is for you if: you’re a solopreneur who uses Chrome who wants a simple, minimalist task management app that’s always there when you are I have a hard time seeing it working for anyone else – maybe a contractor or freelancer who only has a few clients. Don’t get me wrong; I think it […]

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Review: Taskk.it

By Michelle

I think the concept of Taskk.it is absolutely fascinating and this is the first time I’ve seen a tool like this not only created, but developed so that it (appears to throughout my testing, at least) works great. The idea is that you put in your tasks & a time estimate of how long they’ll […]

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Review: ToDoist

By Michelle

ToDoist is one of the more popular task management apps out there, and I finally got around to reviewing it. I’m not really sure what to add here in the notes, as the tool is so simple the video covers it all. It’s got: a minimalist interface ability to create recurring tasks some color coding […]

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Review: Paprika

By Michelle

Paprika is unusual among the project/task management tools I’ve reviewed in that it’s text based – there’s a variety of shortcodes that you key in while typing which can turn a word or line into a bullet point, task that can be checked off, tag, deadline, etc. It’s got a very clean, minimalist-esque vibe, without […]

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Review: WeekPlan

By Michelle

Review Summary & Notes WeekPlan is based on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, so it uses a lot of terms specific to that system. However, it’s got a really great, intuitive interface, with drag & drop functionality for tasks across days/Someday/Backburner. Adding tasks is quick and easy, and there’s some extra functionality that […]

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Review: Rule.fm

By Michelle

This week’s review is a little different than usual – namely, that I decided not to do a video review, because Rule has become my project management tool of choice, and for me to give you a video tour I’d have to go back through and edit out a lot of confidential client details in […]

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Review: Flow

By Michelle

Overview: Well designed – more of a minimalist vibe than I’m usually down with, but it’s at least apparent that they gave design/color schemes some thought Looove the calendar functionality! Love that everything is so easy to use and that there’s multiple ways to do anything. I really like the added functionality of being able […]

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Review: Wunderkit

By Michelle

Wunderkit is, sadly, still in beta. It’s from the same team that made the previously-reviewed Wunderlist, and the design is – unsurprisingly! – TOTALLY GORGEOUS. Kinda makes me want to lick my computer screen. Anyways, despite being in beta, it’s still very usable depending on what your needs are – watch the video or read […]

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