Keep tasks and events together on a single board
Using just one task maker for tasks and events means you are more productive. You get to see 100% of what needs to be done, so you forget fewer commitments and miss fewer deadlines.
In a world where people are constantly stressed and juggle a thousand things at once, any complication, such as having a separate calendar and a task planner, will inevitably result in a missed opportunity. With a single board, you can plan better and keep everything under control.
Run private projects or share them with the team in the time-manager
Everyone is a project manager these days. You might not have it in your title, but you have, for sure, managed at least a couple of projects in your lifetime without realizing it. And next time you need to manage a project for your team or arrange something in your personal life, use Bordio’s task tracker for that.
With Bordio you can create and oversee multiple projects at a time, create tasks and assign them to team members, track everyone’s progress, and get notified if someone changes a task assigned to you.
Create recurring tasks and events in the time manager
Recurring tasks and events can be used for regular work meetings, personal appointments, or even habit tracking. Whatever it is – they are great helpers in reminding you about upcoming to-dos, and they save a lot of time that you would otherwise spend manually logging these tasks and events in the system.
When creating a recurrence, you can fully customize it or choose from one of the standard options – daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly sequence. Besides that, Bordio users can choose to have tasks or events repeated on weekdays only, leaving the weekend out.
Visualize all your tasks in the time manager with color coding
Color coding serves different purposes. If you work on many projects or have a lot going on in your life in general, color coding different types of activities will help you easily see what you’re doing and when by glancing at your schedule builder.
Assigning different colors to tasks and projects will also help you not be as intimidated by your schedule. If you see that the day is not one big to-do, but a selection of smaller jobs, you’ll procrastinate less and will feel more comfortable with starting the work.