A thoughtfully designed app, and one that really can help with your time management.
by on January 3, 2013
Eisenhower is a time-management app designed to actively help you get things done. It asks you to divide tasks in four quadrants, and it handles each quadrant differently.
For urgent stuff, you can invoke a countdown timer to focus you into working for 30 minutes; for tasks that are further away, you can add Calendar entries (though not Reminders, sadly); for things you can’t handle, it will create an email for you asking someone else to do it. The fourth quadrant is things you’re not supposed to do. We don’t really understand that one.
Using Eisenhower properly means taking a bit of time to curate your tasks at the start of, say, the working day. It’s not really a reminders app so much as it is a to-do manager, but if you need a bit of help staying on top of your tasks, this is a really nicely made option.
Download this app: Eisenhower for iPhone
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