Master project management with Bordio’s schedule builder
Run projects confidently with Bordio’s schedule builder. Create one or multiple projects, manage them alone or with a team, and get to your professional and personal goals without stress or delays.
Project management can be tricky but with the right tools in place, you’ll be able to work everything out and reach great results. Bordio offers a set of features that help make the process easy for everyone.
Create recurring tasks and events to optimize your time
One of the features we recommend everyone to use in our task organizer is recurring functionality for tasks and events. There is no reason why you’d type the same things over and over again instead of automating it.
Recurring tasks and events can be set up as often or rarely as you need them – every workday, or every day, week, month, and year. You can also create custom sequences for unique needs. And there is a Duplicate button for one-off repetitions.
Manage every task and event on one board
You don’t have to go back and forth with multiple tools to manage your tasks and emails from your personal and work lives. Bordio’s schedule builder keeps everything on one board helping you stay on track with everything you need to do.
We are strong believers in the power of a single schedule builder. It’s easier to manage, and harder to lose than if you log your personal tasks in one place, write down work-related stuff in a different notebook, and then have a separate app for all your creative ideas. That’s why Bordio is made to include both tasks and events from your personal and professional lives.
Review completed tasks for motivation and future planning
The weekly schedule planner by Bordio is not hiding or deleting the task once you mark it Complete. Instead, such tasks turn grey and stay right in the planner.
With completed tasks visible, users can keep track of what they’ve been up to and get an accurate overview of how much work they’ve done. This is helpful for future planning as you need to understand the workload that is realistic for you on an average day. And it also helps you stay motivated when the temptation to give up is high because you can see how far you’ve already come.