Line Thirteen Releases OneThingToday 1.0 for Mac OS X

April 24, 2010 in Project Tracking (F)

[] San Diego, CA - Line Thirteen is pleased to announce the release of OneThingToday version 1.0. OneThingToday is a simple Time Management solution designed to operate alongside or instead of traditional task management applications. The concept is simple - assign a single project or task to each day, and then focus on that project exclusively for the entire day.

OneThingToday offers both a Calendar mode for planning your time and getting an overview of one or several weeks as well as a Sticky mode which display only the project/task assigned to the current day. OneThingToday is designed to operate with as little friction as possible, allowing maximum productivity with minimum effort from the user.

OneThingToday is targeted at people who have multiple simultaneous projects. Use OneThingToday to schedule different projects for different days, ensuring that no one project gets ignored in favor of another, and maximizing your efficiency by only focusing on one project at a time. OneThingToday is also targeted at people with many small projects and very little time to get them done. Assign one small project to each day, and focus on it without worrying about the mountain of other tasks that await you.

System Requirements
* Requires Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6

Pricing and Availability
OneThingToday 1.0 is $10 (USD) for a single user, multiple machine license. It is available as a full-featured Demo.

Line Thirteen is a one-man show operating out of sunny San Diego, California. I write software because I enjoy writing software, and because every once in awhile I find a gap that hasn't quite been filled. I'm making this software available in the hopes that you will enjoy it too. Copyright (C) 2010 Line Thirteen. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and OSX are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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