Task Coach - Your friendly task manager. Task Coach is a free open source todo manager. It grew out of frustration about other programs not handling composite tasks well. In addition to flexible composite tasks, Task Coach has grown to include prerequisites, prioritizing, effort tracking, category tags, budgets, notes, and many other features. However, users are not forced to use all these features; Task Coach can be as simple or complex as you need it to be. Task Coach is available for Windows, Mac OS X, and GNU/Linux; and there is a companion iOS app.
- Hierarchical tasks
- Hierarchical notes
- Hierarchical categories
- Time tracking
- Recurring tasks
- Synchronization between iPhone/iPod Touch and desktop
- Available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad
I am really appreciative of the effort and generosity that the authors have shown in producing Task Coach under a Free Software license.
I searched for a Linux task/todo list manager, and the Sourceforge site came up with a ton of assorted programs listed. Task Coach was the second, IIRC, but after glancing at it I looked down the rest of the first page to see what else there was. I wound up coming back to it and checking its homepage, after which I decided to install it. I am super impressed already; it is exactly what I was looking for, and is beautifully implemented (aesthetically very pleasing and brimming with user-friendliness).
I have been using TaskCoach for several year. Love it! And with Dropbox you are able to follow up your project on your Android device as well.
Task Coach is a powerhouse app for creating and managing complex projects. Especially great features include setting prerequisite tasks, being able to attach files and open them from within TC, budgeting and revenue calculations. Love it!
Very easy to youe and has a lot of useful Features. Use this tool to manage a Todo-list for my game Arengu ( also on sf.net ) and its very helpful to display all the things I want to implement in a tree-view with description, priority, etc. Also the HTML-Export feature is prittey cool ( for uploading it to a website or so ).