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Organizing Software - Ideas?
Is there any good software out there that helps you begin a task, then break it down, categorize, track, etc.?
So far I found skoach.com. Nice, but I'm wondering if there's something better- even more intuitive, easier to navigate, etc.
Hope many of you will post what you've found really works, and that this will really help many people.
Thanks in adavnce!!
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I use microsoft project at work and although it's a little difficult to learn, it works pretty well. It's not cheap though.
A tool I've used in the past that might be what you are looking for is Action Outline http://www.actionoutline.com/. There's a free 'lite' version that you can try.
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I find Outlook Tasks quite handy. i would find it tough to use a seperate software as outlook taks integrates into Outlook Calander which is what I use for my daily scheduling.
ps: if anyone is interested in being an accountablity partner via Outlook Tasks please feel free to contact me.