task management

  • Time’s AI-powered time tracking app will help you stop procrastinating

    Time’s AI-powered time tracking app will help you stop procrastinating

    Do you like making lists of things to do, but then end up failing to accomplish the items you’ve laid out? A new application aimed at those with a tendency towards procrastination can help. Instead of a simple checklist or time tracker, Time, as the app is called, lets you more obsessively micro-manage the tasks at hand with a color-coded timer that changes from green to yellow to red as… Read More

  • Task management app Asana takes on the spreadsheet with ‘custom fields’

    Task management app Asana takes on the spreadsheet with ‘custom fields’

    Asana — the enterprise SaaS business started by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and early Facebook employee Justin Rosenstein — has made a name for itself as a workflow and task management app that aims to help teams be more productive by making it much easier to figure out what needs to get done. But today, the company is taking the wraps off a new service that will… Read More

  • Moo.do turns Gmail into a task management system

    Moo.do turns Gmail into a task management system

    If starring your important emails is your way of creating a to-do list in your inbox, but you long for something more robust, a new product from Moo.do aims to help. With Moo.do for Gmail, the idea is to combine an email client with a task manager you can use to organize your to-dos, documents, projects, calendar, contacts, and more. The product has been in beta testing, but is now available… Read More

  • Slay squad goals, not just tasks, with Lattice

    Slay squad goals, not just tasks, with Lattice

    You know what to do at work today, but do you know why? Goals. Having clear goals is critical to keeping productivity and morale high on any team. Whether it’s a launch date, level of traction, sales quota or hiring objective, teams perform better with well-defined motives. Lattice weaves goals into your workflow. Built by Y Combinator president Sam Altman’s brother Jack, Lattice… Read More

  • Do we have room for one more task-management app? Apparently, WeDo

    Do we have room for one more task-management app? Apparently, WeDo

    There are dozens of task-management and to-do apps in the market today, with some like Any.do, Wunderlist (now owned by Microsoft) and Todoist already used by tens of millions of people to organise their lives and coordinate that with people they know. Now, make way for a new one called WeDo, whose developers believe it can do things better for a wider market of people. Launching… Read More

  • To-Do App Wunderlist Links Up With Dropbox, Its First Integration

    To-Do App Wunderlist Links Up With Dropbox, Its First Integration

    Wunderlist, the task management app with 9 million+ users, is adding a new feature to its web and mobile service: from today you will be able to link and access Dropbox documents through the app. Dropbox will be live first on Wunderlist’s web app and Android app, with the feature coming up in the iOS coming any day now. This is Wunderlist’s first full integration with a… Read More

  • Pyrus Shows What Productivity Apps Will Look Like On Android Wear

    Pyrus Shows What Productivity Apps Will Look Like On Android Wear

    The simplicity of Google’s Android Wear forces developers to be especially thoughtful about what functions actually need to make the jump, which is easier said than done for some apps. For every category of apps, assumptions about how things work have to be tested and new ways of doing things become standard practices. Read More

  • Asana Doubles Down On Mobile, Releases New iOS App

    Asana Doubles Down On Mobile, Releases New iOS App

    Asana, a company that provides collaboration tools to corporations and groups, today released a unified iOS application for iPhone and iPad. As other companies have in recent quarters, Asana built its new iOS app using native code. (The app is due to land in the app store at any moment, so if you don’t see it in the App Store, hang tight.) The firm has an Android app similar to its new… Read More