7 More of the Best Free Linux Task Management Tools
Task management tools are a branch of computer software which
enable users to create a list of tasks to be completed. This list is
sometimes known as a to-do list or things-to-do. For the purposes of
this article, the term 'task manager' should not be confused with
monitoring software which provides information about programs and
processes running on a computer.
The list of activities that may form a to-do list include
chores, grocery lists, reminders for important events (such as
purchasing wedding presents or birthday gifts), self management,
software development, project / business management, and so on. Task
managers help to organise your day, ensuring that you know in an
instant what you need to do.
Our article entitled 6
of the Best Free Task Managers identified our personal picks
in task management. Following feedback from
our readership, we have identified additional tools which are
definitely worth exploring. We have broadened the scope of this
article to include software which employs the organisational method
'Getting Things Done'. This method provides a framework for managing
tasks, projects, objectives, and more.
To provide an insight into the quality of software that is
available, we have compiled a list of 7 more of the finest Linux task
management tools. We have included both graphical and command line
based software. Hopefully, there will be something of interest here
for anyone looking to collate, process, organise, and review
information relating to tasks that need to be completed.
Now, let's explore the 7 task management tools at hand.
For each title we have compiled its own portal page, a full description
with an in-depth analysis of its features, a screenshot, together with
links to relevant resources and reviews.
|Task Management Tools
||An easy-to-use task manager that helps provide some
order to your life
for GNOME that focuses on usability and ease of use
||Getting Things Done, todo list, task management,
command line utility
notes, maintain ToDo lists, and do project planning in Emacs
||Collect and process your thoughts following the GTD
and easy to use task management software
||A powerful tiny bash script
For other ways to improve your productivity, check out our
features on Productivity
Tools and Personal
Information Managers. These articles identify the best
software to organise your day in other ways. Return to our complete
collection of Group
Tests, highlighting the finest Linux software.
Last Updated Sunday, March 24 2013 @ 06:06 PM EST