Hightrack Combines Your Agenda, To-Dos And Weekly Review In One Tool

Web/Android/iOS: If you’re tired of switching between your calendar, to-do list, notes and agenda to stay productive, Hightrack is a new all-in-one productivity suite that brings them all together in a feature-rich, good-looking, easy-to-use tool.

The video above gives you a rundown of some of Hightrack’s features. You potentially already have a to-do list, a calendar, another app for notes or quick thoughts, and yet another for your agenda. Hightrack combines all of those elements, and pulls in your calendar from Google Calendar or iCloud so you don’t have to start over from scratch. It will remind you of appointments and consolidate your to-do list (or, if you prefer, keep them separate on different “tracks” you can use for different projects.)

Hightrack links your to-dos and your calendar so you can quickly add or check off items from each, and it helps you focus by keeping your attention on the things you need to work on now without the distractions of upcoming tasks. Finally, when it’s time to do your weekly review, you can go back over what you’ve accomplished, see what’s been delayed or what you’ve rescheduled, and check your stats. The service has a webapp that works on just about every platform, and native apps for iOS and Android so you can take your work on the go. Everything syncs in the background.

Hightrack is a freemium service. You can create a free account to see if you like it and if the features work for you. You get 15 task lists, and one local and one external calendar(read only). To get all of Hightrack’s features (unlimited calendars, unlimited tracks and task lists, the ability to email items to your to-do list, notes on your to-dos, daily backups and premium support), you’ll need a premium account, which will set you back $US4.50/month or $US45/year. You can read the differences between free and premium here.

It’s a fairly high price for a productivity service, but if the features appeal to you, it may be worthwhile, and better than using a dozen disparate apps. Hit the link below to learn more.


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