How to become effective? How to pay attention to the *real* things that move you ahead? How to get the most from your time? These questions are simple; at the same time, these questions are endless. There is no magic out there, and I have no definite answers for you; but I have a TOOL. Software called MyLife Organized wouldnt change your mind and save your time by ITself. But the software can help you do the right things YOURself.
MyLife Organized does the obvious thing (but in cool way): it helps you write down and then keep track of all your tasks and studies. Task are arranged on a hierarchically outlined list and, naturally, organized in a project. Each task can have several properties, like: importance, time to complete and time to spend, place where the task can be done, and so on. Those properties have a good use for generating different views of your tasks: besides the thematically outlined list, you can view the ToDo-list (tasks organized by time and importance), and this view is very flexible and informative. With MyLife Organized, you can easily answer questions like «What must be done here? (for ex., at home)», «What do I have to complete in the nearest future?» and even «I am at home, and have 27 minutes of free time; what useful can I do to keep things going?».
The most fabulous feature of MyLife Organized is the softwares «humanity» -every bit of it works just the way a human would expect. For example: Tasks can be repeatable; Tasks importance is not «absolute» but is related to the projects importance. You even can understand «unformal description» of tasks and times, like «Tomorrow at 10am do things remind me 5 min».
And MyLife Organized is a «good citizen», as it can import and export its data to many known formats; it can generate reports and, generally, does all you can think as «desirable» in good software must do. As a really modern and good organizing software, MyLife Organized has PDA version, and can seemlessly communicate and synchronize with it.
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