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Tutorial Description

In this tutorial, Rosemary introduces you to Taskheat, a flowchart-friendly project management system that uses flowcharts. This approach allows you to quickly create a series of tasks and connect them together as you see fit, much like organizing your ideas using a mind map program.

Rosemary also shows you what Taskheat looks like on both iPhone and iPad, discusses its similarities and differences, and goes over the import and export options this useful app offers.

The full tutorial covers:

  • First Launch
  • Create & Enabling Tasks
  • Dependent Task
  • Task Links
  • Task Completion
  • Task Properties
  • List View
  • iPhone
  • iPad
  • Mac Preferences
  • Import & Export

App Store Links:

Taskheat - Mac App Store

Taskheat - iOS App Store

Show Links:

Creators of Taskheat - Eyen

GraphML (an import format available in Taskheat) - Wikipedia

Video Tutorial Comments

(3 comments posted)

Helmut Remse

Hi, thanks for the ScreenCast. I don't like the way TaskHeat ordered my tasks, it doesn't reflect the logic of the project. Is there a way to re-arrange the task, like in iThoughts? I couldn't move them ?

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Rosemary Orchard

Hello Helmut!

The ordering of tasks in Taskheat is automatic, as far as I can tell it's a combination of the order in which tasks were added, and which relations it has. I emphasize, sometimes you want to set a manual order of something but to my knowledge it's not possible.

Helmut Remse

Thanks. It seems to be version 1 of the application. Also Undo doesn't work. I go back to iThoughts ????

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