wProject feature demonstration
As mentioned in the previous post, wProject will right many of the wrongs from Task Rocket, including some features I was never able to implement before, and some that have often been requested too many times over the past several years.
The features I am singling out for this post are:
- Add material costs to any project
- Easily update tasks statuses without leaving the project view
- Add subtasks to any task
The videos below should speak for themselves, and if you’re already a Task Rocket user you’ll no doubt understand how cool this is.
Subtasks are arguably the biggest deal. As is often with any task, there can be a number of smaller tasks that need to be accomplished within it. For example, in web development I usually have a task called Form Implementation which consists of about 10 smaller tasks. Now these smaller tasks can be added as subtasks and ticked off as I finish them.
Add Materials to any project
Easily update tasks statuses without leaving the project view
Add subtasks to any task
wProject is still in development but is progressing faster than initially thought. As it stands right now, I can actually start using it to manage the remainder of the development, which is a big milestone.
A publicly accessible online demo will be available soon.
Update: I’ve just finished improving the subtasks UI. Here it is in action:
Stay tuned for more.
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