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Toushi says

Hey, I am developing a web based task management application and I just wanted to get some feedback on what people are looking for in such an app. Its going to be much like things, or the hit list.

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BulkyCranium says

Drag and drop order would be great to have for something like that. I use Things for personal stuff & for business we use activecollab. We bought activecollab & were thinking of trying to resell the license until they added drag and drop – that makes it great for multi users. We set up one page. That page has multiple categories. For example:

BOB TO DO
  • Task 1
  • Task 345
  • an unimportant task
JOHN TO DO
  • Task 2
  • Task 3
  • another unimportant task
PROOF OUT
  • a proof
  • Something else
RECENTLY COMPLETED
  • Task 4

We can then drag a task from Bob to John, or drag it over to proof out or completed, depending on the status. With ActiveCollab we can click on each task, read notes comments attach proofs, ect. Not sure how in depth you wanted to go. But that is one example of what we have found useful.

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