The name Doris sounds like a pleasant secretary who helps you get the most out of your day. And the web application called Doris is not far from that analogy – it’s a way to organize, prioritize, and group tasks together. As a task manager, Doris a pretty good application.
Doris is very easy to use, almost to the point of being too simplistic. All that is required of users is to capture or create new tasks and then drag and drop based on priority. There’s no need to date specific tasks, as drag and drop handles this process. When you’ve completed a task, you simply check it off and the task moves into your History. Tasks can be grouped together for different projects as well.
Doris is more of a personal task-management tool rather than something for inter-office collaboration but for people who primarily work alone, Doris is solid, streamlined tool.
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Henry – thanks for the detailed review 🙂 Just a heads up that team-based task sharing and multi-media support will be the next features we launch, look for these in the near future.
Hi, I saw in the comments that team-based (deligating) task sharing will be in the next launch. Has that update been provided?