Task Coach 1.4.1
Track simple or complex tasks
Task Coach offers you the possibility to organize your tasks into simple lists, but also provides support for creating tree listings. This way you can group together to do’s related to a specific project. Moreover, you can organize them into various categories and then quickly sort the entries with a mouse click.
Store details about each task
Each time you create a new entry, you must provide at least a name for your task, but Task Coach offers you the possibility to input a lot more information. You can provide a small description and assign a priority level, while the application automatically displays the creation and modification data.
Furthermore, you can set up start and due dates, actual start and completion date, reminders, make the event recurrent, view all the other to do’s included in your list, assign it to a category, provide a budget, make notes, add attachments, or adjust the entry appearance.
Track the time spent on a certain tasks
Task Coach comes with an effort tracker that can be used to record the amount of time spent working on a specific assignment: this way you can have a clear view upon the manner you employ your time. At the same time, the app offers you the possibility to also keep track of the task progress, expressed in percentages.
User friendly task management application
Task Coach provides a collection of simple yet highly effective tools for organizing your activity while monitoring the way in which you spend your time. Since you can organize your tasks into groups and categories, Task Coach has the potential to deal with fairly complex projects.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on September 15th, 2014
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- Bugs fixed:
- Increase taskbar icon size on Linux to avoid dead places. (1536)
- Display time spent in decimal format in task viewer if the option is set. (1534)
- Fix todo.txt export when dates have a year < 1900 (1541)
Application descriptionTask Coach has been created because well-known task managers, such as those provided with Lotus Notes or Outlook, do n...