Create tasks for each separate document
Taskmod is a software utility that enables you to keep an eye on your documents and applications, by tracking their completion level and saving personal notes for each one. In order to achieve this, the application provides you with an entry in the context menu of your operating system, which allows you to easily add tasks to any file or folder from your computer.
Furthermore, you can add multiple tasks for each document, as well as choose their name and enter a small description for each entry. After you complete them, they can be marked as done and the utility adds the completion date near every instance. Thus, you can have a complete history of the previous modifications.
Use custom icon markers to notify you about the completion level
Although the context menu is pretty easy to reach, it can be a bother to open Taskmod every time you want to check on whether a document requires any editing. To that effect, the application displays a small icon overlay, which lets you know whether the tasks are complete, near-completion or incomplete.
The priority level for each task can also be increased or decreased, depending on their importance and due date. Unfortunately, all this feature does is change the order of the items, so that the ones you deem to be more important are displayed at the top of the list. Hence, you cannot actually categorize them, just arrange them into a more accessible list-form.
A handy task manager utility
All in all, Taskmod does not offer too many features and functions, but it does make it much simpler to spot the documents that are in need of modifications, thanks to the icon overlay. Moreover, the intuitive and easy-to-use interface allows anyone to quickly get the hang of it, regardless of any previous computer experience.
Reviewed by Alexandru Dulcianu, last updated on October 27th, 2014
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Application descriptionTaskmod is simple and easy to use task management software. It allows you to define tasks for files and folders. In a...