During the weekend, a new version of TimeRank was rolled out to the server.
Since the previous roll-out on April 23, the following improvements have been made:
We are now 100% time zone capable. Even if you have different Google Calendars each in a different time zone, and [...]
I have just rolled out a new version of the software to our server. The following improvements have been made since the previous release on April 15:
The TimeRank planner now takes into account project importance when scheduling tasks. This means that tasks belonging to projects that you’ve [...]
With great pleasure I hereby announce that we have just made the first release of the TimeScapers system under its official name: TimeRank.
As you might have noticed, we have been hard at work these past weeks on the TimeRank Planner, unique functionality of our software that tries to make educated [...]
In a recent post on The Guardian’s Data Blog, the statistics concerning average hours per week worked and productivity per hour (efficiency in other words) are visualized and compared. We are happy to see that The Netherlands, home of TimeScapers, spends less than the average number of [...]
Inbox zero, a term coined by Merlin Mann of 43folders.com, refers to the state where your inbox is completely empty, implying that you’ve in some or other way taken care of all of the emails in there. Due to the increasing volume and real-time nature of email,
Jeditable is a great jQuery plugin for when you want to do those neat HTML text fields that turn into input boxes when you click on them, almost like the fields in the GMail contact editor. Whilst working on our all-singing and dancing super interactive web-based time-management tool, we [...]
Ideally, we would have a system or a tool that would unify the scheduling of meeting and of tasks, that is, the actual work that needs to be done. As it is, however, task management systems and the calendaring software that is used to schedule meetings are two separate entities and usually don’t support the [...]
When you combine Getting Things Done (GTD) with the Pomodoro Technique (PT), the result is super hero productivity. PT entails that you work in 25 minute blocks of ultimate focus, referred to as pomodoros, each followed by 5 minutes of ultimate goofing off. After every 4 pomodoros, you get to take [...]
GTD considers the daily review to be an important component of effective time management. Here at TimeScapers, we agree strongly with this sentiment, although we prefer to implement this as the micro morning planning session. This is the very first thing that you should do when starting at work, and if done well, helps to [...]