Since you ask, I have been using Trello lately, and I would love a plugin that allows me to quickly capture any tasks that come to mind and send them to my trello in box
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Yeahhh!!!!!.....a furby!!!! Finally there is still one left for target practice!!!!!My daughter was just the right age when this little monster hit the market. The stars aligned and she ended up with 8 of them all at the same time. I wish I had been properly armed.-Shades (June 18, 2008, 11:36 PM)
What I really want is an information manager:I have to say that your list is a perfect description of evernote. I have been using it since early beta testing, and I have to say that it meets every requirement on your list (with the possible exception of the etc, etc, etc
- that is always available, discreet, but pops up when I need it
- that I can drag and drop URLs, images, text, etc, into when I want to make quick note of something,
- that is easy to organize
- that allows me to format entries in any way I like
- that can cross-reference or cross-link items into multiple topics
- that is quickly searchable
- that can link topics to programs and files
- that is easily navigated
- etc, etc, etc.
Don't want much, do I?-tsdragon (February 23, 2008, 12:26 AM)
I love the fact that we can be having a discussion about almost anything and sometimes someone like David will chime in. Welcome David, I hope you like the neighborhood. I am a user of your service and have no complaints.David: I assume you are associated with opendns?-Josh (February 01, 2008, 12:48 PM)
Founder, CEO, occasional janitor.-davidu (February 01, 2008, 12:51 PM)
I paid for the file on Sunday evening, and the email came to me Monday afternoon, my time. I was starting to worry because it got caught in Gmail's spam filter, but all is well. I will do a review this weekend after I get to play with it a bit more, but it is a very clever use of the the features available in Outlook. Seems promising so far.I have just ordered Outlook project management from http://www.outlookproject.com/
This is something they email to you, ...-thomthowolf (October 21, 2007, 04:56 PM)
Interesting to hear if you ever receive this file! The site has not been updated for two years, and their forum has been closed for at least half a year. But the extension sure sounds ideal for the purpose in question.-Curt (October 21, 2007, 05:38 PM)
This Extension to Microsoft Outlook will provide you with the tools needed to enable you to effectively manage a project.Seems a lot to promise for a whopping $9.99. This is something they email to you, no test version available as yet, so I will just test it for all of us and let you know how it goes.
The solution encompasses out-of-the-box tools and processes that enable you to:
* Break a complex project into manageable sub-projects
* Assign responsibility/ownership of project components
* Gain real-time project visibility into resources, processes, status
* Focus on highest-priority items and ensure resources are allocated appropriately
* Develop and complete a project plan
Your projects can be as simple or complex as you prefer. It can be projects with only 1 participant, or with a group of people taking part.
Effective project management requires more than just good project managers; you also need effective processes. This Extension will integrate your project management with your Outlook features, giving you a familiar interface, and solid contact management.