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Tuesday, October 29, 2013  

Solo - Free Project Management Application for Freelancers

Solo is the easiest way to manage your projects. Create contacts, manage tasks, upload files, track project progress, and keep notes - all in the same place. Full Feature list includes: a) Project Dashboard - Quick access to all of your projects. See which items need your attention first with color coded status icons; b) Task Management - Adding new tasks is as simple as typing a note. Just click enter to add a new task. Other features: 1) Multiple filter options, 2) Search, 3) Drag & drop reordering, 4) Attach files to tasks, 5) Automatic status based on due date, and 6) Integrated task timer (see Task Timer for more details); c) File Management - Multiple file ajax uploads, inline file previews for many file types, grid view and list view; d) Project Calendar - See all of your project tasks in a calendar view; e) Task Timer - Keep track of how much time is spent on a task using the task timer. Manually enter time for those cases when work is performed without the timer; f) Activity Stream - Displays a list of all recent activity within the application, making it easy for you to stay up to date; g) Global Search - Quickly find anything using the global search feature. It searches all projects, tasks, files, invoices, and messages and returns an itemized (and filterable) list of matching items; h) Client Details Page - Displays a comprehensive overview of a client’s information, projects, invoices, and users; and i) Beautiful HTML emails - All system messages are sent using a simple & elegant html template. Emails are easily customized with the integrated template language. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.

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