By Sparky | January 22, 2008
I’ve been so busy and productive of late that sadly Futurist Now has suffered from it – barely a post a week on average. Aside from the normal work stuff I’ve been slammed with tons and tons of development work on Traskpro. I’m becoming extremely proud of Traskpro – it’s becoming a very robust solution and I’m all but running my life out of it now.
What makes Traskpro so great? What do I do with it?
- Manage projects at work
- Keep track of all the little details
- Brainstorm ideas
- Create shopping lists
- Plan maintenance projects around my condo
- Capture ideas for creative photography
- Track car maintenance needs
- Know who has borrowed one of my DVD’s
- List my goals the next 1, 2, 5 and 10 years
- Maintain a list of expenses for reimbursement
Now what would a big Traskpro advert like this be without a few power user tips? Traskpro uses the URL to determine what tag you are viewing – this means that you can bookmark frequently used tags for quick access. I am able to use this feature by setting my internet home page to my “work” tag at work, my “personal” tag at home, and the high priority view on my iPhone – whenever I open a browser I immediately see a highly contextual view of tasks related to my current environment.
Further to URL bookmarking when setting a sort preference the sort preference is added to the next page view URL. This allows you to bookmark not only a specific tag, but also to make it so whenever visiting the bookmark the sorting options can be left intact – useful for power users looking to really take control of a large list of tasks.
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