Painless Schedule is a powerful, intuitive program for tracking software schedules. It allows developers to easily build feature lists that break down into tasks, then track the progress on each task. Supports multiple users, projects and more.
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Description: Painless Schedule is a powerful, intuitive program for tracking software schedules. It allows developers to easily build feature lists that break down into tasks, then track the progress on each task. Supports multiple users, projects and more.
- Intuitive, easy to understand interface means you're ready to go in minutes!
- Track your original estimates and see how they compare to your actual time.
- Sort, group and filter your tasks any way you like.
- Enter detailed notes about each feature and task.
- A complete history of all task changes is available with one mouse click!
- Export your task list to Excel, HTML, XML or text.
- Multi-user capabilities mean that your entire team can work together!
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