"Alive Task Manager represents a simple and efficient tool for planning of diverse tasks. The use of Alive Task Manager is not reduced just to documentation of required activities. It can be used to generate and view a personal time-table, remind about particular events, create repeated tasks, establish rules for postponement of tasks, etc. The support of the tree-type structure of tasks facilitates allocation of tasks having corresponding attributes. A variety of folders (for example, business, personal, employees, etc.) can be created for placement of relevant tasks. A special folder All tasks displays all tasks created in Alive Task Manager. This feature is very convenient for searching and viewing.
Each task in Alive Task Manager is arranged such that all information about a task is placed on a separate tab:
1. Summary consolidated information about a task. It displays general information, such as the header, start date and time, completion date and time, remarks.
2. Main basic information about a task, such as task title, start date and time, completion date and time, priority and state.
3. Additional an indispensable tab for more detailed description of a task. It contains the following fields: task completion percentage, completion period, actual time spent, expenditures, type of restriction, web resources, and contacts.
4. Executives there are tasks, for which a person in charge and one or several executives are assigned. All relevant information can be written on this tab.
5. Comprehensive information about a task can be entered in remarks.
Alive Task Manager offers widest opportunities for reminding about tasks and controlling the progress of their fulfillment. Any task in the program can be preset such that the reminder window is displayed at the desired moment.
The use of Alive Task Manager not only considerably improves the labor discipline, but also increases the labor efficiency."
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 14 Jul 2005
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011