An average person these days has dozens of tasks in their daily agenda. Keeping them all in mind is quite difficult and most people use calendars, notebooks and stick-it notes to try to keep up with the pace they set for themselves. Traditionally, however, computer-based organizers have been the most efficient tool for managing to-do tasks. They make it easy to create tasks and tick them off upon completion — and you don’t have to turn hundreds of pages trying to find the necessary one when you urgently need some information. Efigio ToDo Organizer is a great example of such tools — small, focused and perfectly convenient!
Efigio ToDo Organizer is just the kind of tool you’ve always wanted for fast and convenient time planning. The program has an intuitive multi-tabbed interface with a bare minimum of controls and enables you to load several task lists at the same time. You can set task priorities, specify the percent completion value for each task and assign tasks to different categories. Efigio ToDo Organizer can export tasks into the iCalendar .ics and Excel .xls formats. For more convenience, the authors of the program implemented Copy/Paste integration with .txt and Excel .xls files. You can configure a reminder for each task and suspend task completion for a later time, if needed. Finally, tasks can be created right from the system tray to save time.
Efigio ToDo Organizer is a well-rounded and affordable tool for personal time planning and management, so if you have been looking for a program of this kind, make sure to check out it free trial version!
Efigio Personal Organizer 2.1.1 Efigio Personal Organizer helps you become more productive and more organized. List your daily ToDos, sort them by priority and work on them until they are completed. Set deadline
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