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This week we will take a look at a productivity and project management application called Pagico, by Note 17 Software.

Pagico 8 includes the ability to add tasks, lists, projects and files in one interface. It also allows you to store your contacts and collaborate with others who may be working on your projects and link different tasks and documents to the users and projects you are managing.

You will also learn about the companion iOS app that lets you take your projects and tasks with you on the go.

The full tutorial covers:

  • Installation & Setup
  • Interface Overview
  • Adding & Working with Tasks
  • Working with Lists
  • Using the Notes Feature
  • Working with Files
  • View Options
  • Working with Projects
  • Adding Items to Your Projects
  • Project Overview
  • Working with Contacts
  • Setting Up Contact Groups
  • Linking Tasks to Contacts
  • Adding Contacts to Projects
  • The Dashboard
  • Using Built-in Search
  • Working with Collections
  • Setting Up Workspaces for Sync
  • Pagico Mobile and Sync
  • Pagico Preferences
  • Using the Menu Bar Icon

App Store Links:

Pagico - Website

Pagico Mobile - iOS App Store

Video Tutorial Comments

(4 comments posted)

Rick Torchia

In the iOS version of Pagico on the iPhone, how did you get the Contacts that you added to the Workspace to show up in your Project? Also, did you have your items such as Tasks, Contacts, etc. sorted by Type? I see how to do this in the Mac version, but not the iOS version.

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Todd Olthoff

Thanks fo the comment. The contacts were linked to the project which is why they shows up on the project view. As far as sorting there is not currently a way to do this in the iOS version at this point unfortunately.

Colin Dick

Didn't see a mention of Containers? If I missed it could you mention the spot to look on the timeline? Thanks

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Todd Olthoff

Thanks for the comment. A container is a contact, task etc. Those containers can then be linked to one another in the way I demonstrated in the video. Hopefully that makes sense.

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