What's the best way to manage my tasks and schedule online?
If you're a fan of the social web, you've probably noticed that it has two very different faces: the having fun side: (Facebook, Flickr, YouTube) and the Getting Things Done side (delicious, Basecamp, Remember The Milk). In fact, the more you spend time on the fun side, the more you need the GTD side to make up for all the time you've spent watching videos of cute, cuddly puppies.
True confession time: for a number of folks on the Social Signal team, trying out GTD applications is the fun side of the web. Let our relentless obsession with task management software and productivity apps save you some time to spend on YouTube. We've rounded up some of our most durable reviews, tricks and insights so that you can get the most out of online calendaring, task management and collaboration.
Manymoon CEO Amit Kulkarni joins us to dish on his company's collaborative task management web app.
The iPhone doesn't just save you time on task management -- it saves time at the gym.
ManyMoon's genius is in offering what I'll call "task management plus". Task management is the key collaborative challenge for many teams (it sure is for ours!!) so a collaborative tool that focuses on task management makes sense.
We hear there are couples who don't talk about project management software in bed. While they're getting it on, we're getting things done.
Listen to our discussion of how to keep up to date with the latest developments on- and offline.
This blog post will focus on how we use Basecamp, which has been one of our main tools for managing the ongoing work of individual projects. While we've since moved on to other project management tools ourselves, our tricks and observations about working with Basecamp still apply.
RTM is an incredibly slick task management application that comes jam-packed with great features. If you're looking for a powerful, user-friendly task manager -- and you're mostly managing solo tasks rather than teamwork -- it could be right for you.