Many people with busy professional lives have just as much going on at home. Allthings is a web-based application that people can use to keep both their personal lives and their business lives organized. The task management and collaboration platform has been designed for people who have a lot on their plates.
Logging in to your allthings account brings up a list that you can use as a guide to creating and managing all the future lists you’ll setup as you start integrating the platform into your everyday life. Each new list you create should have a title and a list of things you need to complete. Customize any list by changing the colors and adding icons, and share a list with contacts both inside and outside the allthings platform. Once you’ve shared a list, you can start assigning tasks to the individuals you’ve invited to participate. When someone makes a change to a list you’ve created, allthings provides you with a real-time update (which appears in the Updates drop-down box). The flexible interface makes it easy for you to organize lists into groups, like “Personal,” “Family,” “Website Projects,” or “Marketing.”
Allthings is great about allowing its users to configure preferences in the way that makes sense to them. For example, people who rely heavily on email communication can sign up for daily email digests with information about all the upcoming tasks they have planned. Email alerts can also be setup to go out any time a list or an item on a list has been updated or changed.
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