TaskFive Streamlines Tasks In An Elegant Calendar View

The first thing you'll probably notice, and possibly complain about, in the free online task manager TaskFive is that it limits you to five to-dos for each day. If you see that as more of a creative/realistic constraint than a hindrance, you'll probably like its other features. TaskFive sports a seriously clean design, with a one-week calendar view and simple click-to-edit tasks. You can set up SMS and email notifications for task due dates and daily agendas, and companies can set up group task calendars for multiple users—though TaskFive charges a per-user fee after more than two are added. For individual task management without too much fuss, though, TaskFive seems like a pretty great solution. TaskFive is a free service, requires a sign-up to use.


    Five tasks a day is way to few for a serious GTD'r. Nozbe is currently working on SMS and has great iPhone and Windows mobile apps, a Desktop widget and just introduced a Google gadget.

    I've just posted a pictorial tour of Nozbe and its screens with real work in them. This provides a perspective on how one might apply the application for their own productivity.

    You can view the tour on my blog at

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