Public Notes by chase_ats Tagged #task_management

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Dude has a long ass post about how he/team handles hundreds of items in Asana.
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"Asana Command-Line Client" "Command-line client for viewing, adding, and completing tasks in Asana. Whenever you mention a workspace, project, or user, you don't need to use the entire word. For example, you can use "projects" to refer to a workspace called "Personal Projects" or "@tommy" to refer to a user named "Tommy MacWilliam". As long as what you supply is contained within the full workspace/project/user name on Asana, the client will figure out what you mean."
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"Command line for Asana" _Not updated or committed to a lot in some time_
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"This gem is a simple Ruby wrapper for the Asana REST API. It uses ActiveResource to provide a simple, familiar interface for accessing your Asana account."
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"This gem is a simple Ruby wrapper for the Asana REST API. It's based on Ryan Bright's asana gem but it handles a few things differently and it supports more API calls, such as tag handling. It uses ActiveResource to provide a simple, familiar interface for accessing your Asana account."
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"Shows you only the most important task to be working on right now. Powered by Asana."
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"A Ruby on Rails app for adding remotely new tasks to your Asana workspace. (http://asana.com)"
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"A Google Talk Robot with Eyes on Asana" _Can work with Malcolm, the XMPP/Google Talk bot by same developer_
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"Say you’re just about to start working on something. You sit down, put on your headphones and start writing code. After two hours of intensive work you find out you’ve gotten almost nowhere. You’re wondering why, you didn’t think the task you picked would take that much time, in fact you didn’t think about it at all. So you’ve spent two hours and you feel like you have done nothing. You think, “I might as well check if there are some new creative uses of my favorite meme.” And you end up on Reddit. If you had estimated the task in the first place, you would know it’s a three pointer, so it’s gonna take a while and that’s okay. After finishing it after four hours of intensive focus, you know exactly why it took so long — because it was a three pointer! And you know you’ve accomplished a good deal of work, and you’re happy to keep going. Now let’s talk about another case: There’s some really easy task to do, but suddenly something of highest importance appears in your Facebook news feed (your ex is now in a relationship). Two hours later you find out you could’ve finished your simple task a long time ago, but you didn’t, so you’re really demotivated. If you estimated that task in the first place, it would get a point or two, and you would feel really motivated to deliver it. When the important Facebook item comes up you would think “well my ex being in a relationship is utterly important, but this task is just a one-pointer so I’m gonna finish it first.”... "
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Like Clubhouse.io or a dev Trello. But not freemium and I don’t think it looks as nice as Clubhouse. Not sure about actual features. #SaaS
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Used to be called Tickets Rb or something? Now TaskMapper "Taskmapper is a Gem which eases communication with various project and ticket management systems by providing a consistent Ruby API. Taskmapper let's you "remap" a system into the consistent Taskmapper API, easily. For instance the description of an issue/ticket, might be named description in one system, and problem-description somewhere else. Via Taskmapper, this would always be called description. The Taskmapper remaps makes it easy for you to integrate different kinds of ticket systems, into your own system. You don't have to take care of all the different kinds of systems, and their different APIs. Taskmapper handles all this for you, so you can focus on making your application awesome." Supports Pivotal Tracker, Lighthouse App, Basecamp, Github, Unfuddle, Kanbanpad, Redmine, Trac, Bugzilla #Ruby #APIs
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"A better and cross-project overview on your to-dos" "Check on your team's to-dos Hiveed provides a full-featured dashboard that allows you to check your team's to-dos, sorted by due date. You can filter the list by project and by person, print out reports and export entire to-do lists to CSV." "Automatically synced with Basecamp" #SaaS #Basecamp
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"Daily task management for teams. Dayboard lets you find out what your team is working on and helps everyone complete their most important tasks each day." #SaaS
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