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What Do You Use To Keep Organised?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Gogeta, May 18, 2009.

  1. Gogeta

    Gogeta Power Member

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  2. sefi00

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    I randomly write things down in notepad etc... but this thing looks like it could help
     
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    I didn't know about Klok, I'm installing it!
    I've just started using Money Manager EX, which I posted on the downloads section.
    It's useful :)
     
  4. razohad

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    ms excel is my way of keeping things organized :)
     
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    Same for me. Add a little colour here and there and you can have everything organized in one simple file that you can take anywhere.
     
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    Im using streber PM. streber-pm(dot)org. It is an web driven project management software. I have there several projects. Tasks within this project, documentation, files and so on. Perfect if you outsource some work...
     
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    I use a large notepad for to-do stuff, and an excel file for web work.

    It works well for me.
     
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    I tend to use Thunderbird and sticky notes, sticky notes, the computer kind.
     
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    I use a BlackBerry, Outlook and, if necessary, M$ Project.
     
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    I use an app that sits in my system tray and generally doesn't bother me. I can enter tasks on a calender or on a general todo list. Really easy to use, the thing I like about it most is the hotkeys, e.g:ctrl+enter to enter new tasks, its very quick to add stuff. You can also drag tasks to new dates or move them to the todo list.

    It's butt ugly, but I love it. TaskPlus, costs about $20 but is well worth it.

    For coding tasks I use ToDo which is free, also sits in sys tray and has hot keys. It uses a task tree system so you can start by adding what needs to be done in general terms and then put in subtasks to help you figure out the smaller things that need doing to complete the whole task. Really great little app, got it from download.com
     
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    I use my own organizer application: Efigio Organizer. It is a simple to do list with priorities, completion, categories and deadline dates. It stays in system tray and it is quite useful for me.
     
  12. DarkMagicianOfChaos

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    Dude... The best piece of software is One Note... I freaking love One Note....

    You can move things wherever you want and it's like an unlimited amount of notebooks to write stuff down in and you can easily add pics, links etc...

    Freaking Awesome.

    DMOC

    Seriously... Awesome... ;)
     
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    I use Kurlo to keep track of accounts and virtual real estate for those accounts. It is simple to use and totally portable. It allows for custom fields and is easy to use. i am not sure if what you are looking for as it is more of a contact manager than anything, but I use it in all sorts of ways, and it can simply be copied an replicated for multiple projects. Hope that helps

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