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The misguided distinction between events and tasks

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Posted by Paul Korm
Jun 12, 2018 at 08:38 PM

 

Limited to zero as far as I can see.  A while ago someone posted here about a new Gantt-like planner (Sheet Planner?) but that thread went silent so maybe it was too difficult to develop.

>Unfortunately the choice of Gantt-based task planners is rather limited
>on the Mac, at least affordable ones…

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jun 13, 2018 at 09:30 AM

 

Nope, SheetPlanner is, as far as I’m aware, now in beta and making good progress. I’m looking forward to seeing the gold release!

Cheers,
Bill

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Jun 20, 2018 at 01:45 AM

 

Hi Paul,
We are 95% there. I had to get a new set of toolbar icons created because I decided to go with a more default look and I expect that after this coming Friday’s build we will be going into beta. 1.0 is feature complete and very stable.

Just got to get the website finished and get everything in order to receive beta feedback.
It took a little longer to get here than I thought but thats mostly because of self imposed scope creep and some refinement of the features…..

Please let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks,
Peter


Paul Korm wrote:
Limited to zero as far as I can see.  A while ago someone posted here
>about a new Gantt-like planner (Sheet Planner?) but that thread went
>silent so maybe it was too difficult to develop.
> >>Unfortunately the choice of Gantt-based task planners is rather limited
>>on the Mac, at least affordable ones…
>

 


Posted by SheetPlanner
Jun 20, 2018 at 02:08 AM

 

Hi Dr Andus.
My forthcoming application will allow you to check off your scheduled tasks right there in the calendar.
Thanks,
Peter

Dr Andus wrote:
Dellu wrote:
>>The problem of calendar events is that you cannot check them off.
> >This is a very low-tech solution, but if the software makes it easy, you
>could just add [X] in front of a completed item.
> >I used to do that with Google Calendar, but unfortunately the recent
>redesign eliminated the easy way of doing it (the old event pop-up where
>you could type directly into the event title field).

 


Posted by MadaboutDana
Jun 20, 2018 at 08:23 AM

 

Dang! That’s good news!

SheetPlanner wrote:
Hi Paul,
>We are 95% there. I had to get a new set of toolbar icons created
>because I decided to go with a more default look and I expect that after
>this coming Friday’s build we will be going into beta. 1.0 is feature
>complete and very stable.
> >Just got to get the website finished and get everything in order to
>receive beta feedback.
>It took a little longer to get here than I thought but thats mostly
>because of self imposed scope creep and some refinement of the
>features…..
> >Please let me know if you have any questions.
>Thanks,
>Peter

 


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