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Posted by Jeffery Smith
Jan 31, 2018 at 07:31 PM

 

Not sure why, but v8 seems more approachable than earlier versions. Sort of invites me to pour everything into it, and completed tasks can be archived and hidden from view. I disliked Kanbanflow because it wanted to keep a visible list of completed tasks.

MadaboutDana wrote:
After several years of watching Pagico, unsure at first whether it would
>survive (given its then complexity), I have finally been impressed
>enough to move our entire team over to it.
> >Why do I mention it in an outliner forum? Well, Pagico is a very
>powerful information management app with many of the features that make
>our finest outliners sing!
> >There are multiple views on your information (including timeline and
>calendar views).
> >There is folding galore (you can fold tasks, notes, events/appointments
>and other stuff. The timeline view does folding beautifully (so you can
>unfold projects to see their subtasks etc.) It also allows you to
>instantly reschedule tasks by dragging and dropping them along the
>timeline - and does this better than many timeline-focused apps.
> >There is nested tagging, plus smart collections (which can be put
>together from tags or anything else you fancy).
> >There are projects with subtasks, as well as an inbox. You can link
>pretty much anything to pretty much anything else.
> >Finally, for those who miss these things, it allows you to add as many
>files to notes/tasks etc. as you could possibly want.
> >The user interface has been hugely streamlined since the early days of
>Pagico (I notice we first mentioned it in the forum back in around
>2014); it’s much less “busy”, much more user-friendly.
> >The price for a team workspace (including the software) is really very
>modest, considering what you get.
> >And they’ve just updated their rather cumbersome iOS app, which has
>turned from ugly duckling into swan.
> >Cool, eh?
> >Cheers,
>Bill

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jan 31, 2018 at 09:42 PM

 

You’re right!

Paul Korm wrote:
> Bill I think Xavier is Zapier.

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jan 31, 2018 at 09:46 PM

 

That’s been my experience. What’s more, you can get as simple (or as complex) as you like. You could keep everything in the Inbox, if you wanted, or create lots of individual projects, or just a few big projects (for multiple tasks). I also love the way you can choose to focus on just a few tasks or projects, with “zoomed-in” timeline views (for example). Do experiment with the various drop-down and context menus, too. Not to mention drag and drop.

It’s really moved on.

Jeffery Smith wrote:
Not sure why, but v8 seems more approachable than earlier versions. Sort
>of invites me to pour everything into it, and completed tasks can be
>archived and hidden from view. I disliked Kanbanflow because it wanted
>to keep a visible list of completed tasks.

 

 


Posted by Jeffery Smith
Feb 1, 2018 at 01:32 AM

 

I moved the tasks to project folders, and then moved most of them back. Just didn’t feel right to have them filed away.

MadaboutDana wrote:
That’s been my experience. What’s more, you can get as simple (or as
>complex) as you like. You could keep everything in the Inbox, if you
>wanted, or create lots of individual projects, or just a few big
>projects (for multiple tasks). I also love the way you can choose to
>focus on just a few tasks or projects, with “zoomed-in” timeline views
>(for example). Do experiment with the various drop-down and context
>menus, too. Not to mention drag and drop.
> >It’s really moved on.
> >Jeffery Smith wrote:
>Not sure why, but v8 seems more approachable than earlier versions. Sort
>>of invites me to pour everything into it, and completed tasks can be
>>archived and hidden from view. I disliked Kanbanflow because it wanted
>>to keep a visible list of completed tasks.
> >
>

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
Feb 1, 2018 at 11:08 PM

 

MadaboutDana wrote:
>After several years of watching Pagico, unsure at first whether it would
>survive (given its then complexity), I have finally been impressed
>enough to move our entire team over to it.

Bill, thanks for the heads up on the new Pagico, and all the details provided. I’m another one of this forum’s users who invested on a previous incarnation, also upgrading for at least two versions before abandoning it. Aside its idiosyncrasies, a reason for my deserting it was my need for collaboration; at the time it was aimed at individuals only. Can you comment on this version’s collaborative task management capabilities? (If you’ve already done so, just point me to the relevant post, I may have missed it.)

 


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