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Posted by Paul Korm
Oct 5, 2016 at 09:46 AM

 

“a specific calendar for earnest”—-> “a specific calendar for events”

I’ve asked several times—why does this forum prevent us from editing our posts?  Such a basic function.  The list owner never responds to requests so I assume there’s no one there.

 


Posted by Andy Brice
Oct 5, 2016 at 06:28 PM

 

Thanks Paul. I hadn’t thought of doing that way round. I have made a note and will revisit it when I get time.

 


Posted by Ken
Nov 9, 2016 at 12:08 AM

 

Hi Andy,

Didn’t really want to highjack a thread, but I do have a questions about HP as it has crossed my mind in a few conversations recently.  Is there any way to handle subtasks in HP?  Even if not formally, does the program allow some types of nested checklists or something similar?  Any reply would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

—Ken

 


Posted by Andy Brice
Nov 10, 2016 at 07:10 PM

 

Ken wrote:
> >Didn’t really want to highjack a thread, but I do have a questions about
>HP as it has crossed my mind in a few conversations recently.  Is there
>any way to handle subtasks in HP?  Even if not formally, does the
>program allow some types of nested checklists or something similar?  Any
>reply would be greatly appreciated.

Ken

I have considered adding hierarchy to Hyper Plan (e.g. each card can contain more cards, like folders in an operating system). But this would be a big change that would effect everything else, and I haven’t made any definite decision on it yet.

As a workaround a card can contain a hyperlink to another Hyper Plan file.

You could also add a simple text checklist to the ‘notes’ field of a card. Or hyperlink to a checklist in another application or on the web.

Andy Brice
http://www.hyperplan.com

 


Posted by Mark_in_Bangkok
Dec 24, 2016 at 04:48 AM

 

I bought Hyper Plan today.

Spent much of yesterday moving my personal “To Do” list into Hyper Plan (from a spreadsheet).
I’m very impressed.
The visual interface made priorities clear to me in ways that a spreadsheet or conventional outliner never did.

So, this morning, I got out my credit card and paid full price to the developer.
I did not want to wait for a sale.

The interface moves little boxes around on a grid of rows and columns.
Totally customizable.
So easy (and fun, too) that it motivated me to carefully refine my plans.

In a similar vein, mind-maping software motivates me to think and analyze by moving little boxes around on the screen.
So now, I’m wondering:
What other varieties of planning/organizing software use an interface of moving boxes, like that?

Especially want to know about any spreadsheets that use a similar interface?
(I’m on a Mac.)

(Side note: The developer of Hyper Plan offers a similar interface in a program to plan banquet seating, but I have no need for that.)

 


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