We’ve recently launched Time Doctor Tasks which is the task management version of Time Doctor. This version is for individuals that need to manage their tasks into groups and want to organize and prioritize their tasks.
This is a version that we have been working on for quite some time and now we’re excited to launch it as a live product.
This is what it looks like:
This is the version that I personally use to manage my tasks. I have a bunch of different tasks organized into folders. I use generally the GTD (Getting things done) method of organizing tasks.
First you notice there are three main folders for your tasks:
The purpose of organizing tasks into these folders is that it forces you to properly prioritize your tasks. Productive people are productive NOT because they get everything accomplished every day. In fact if you are getting every single task accomplished every day that’s probably a sign that you are un-productive with your work. Why? Because productivity is all about prioritizing and making sure that you only work on the very important top priority tasks.
Time Doctor Tasks helps you to do this because you will allocate your tasks into these three different folders.
If you only have a few tasks (less than 10) then it’s probably not important to organize them and in fact you can use only Time Doctor, you don’t need Time Doctor Tasks. If you have a bunch of different tasks, it’s critical to organize them into folders for different contexts, priorities. Some folders that I have are:
I’ll be covering more about how to use Time Doctor in some future blogs posts. Please send us your questions if you have any.