Ascendo iJuggle for BlackBerry

By Ascendo

Deftly juggle your tasks with Ascendo iJuggle!

Product Info

  • DeveloperAscendo
  • Version1.1
Keeping up with a busy lifestyle can become a real challenge. Sometimes you have so many things going on that you need a little help to stay organized.

With Ascendo iJuggle, you can juggle all your tasks. Ascendo iJuggle includes a List Manager for grocery lists and other daily "To Do" items. For important action items, Ascendo iJuggle features a Task Manager that allows you to assign due dates and priorities. In addition, iJuggle includes a Note Manager to store other information. Get it done with Ascendo iJuggle!

List Manager: Checklists are an important part of our daily lives, and you can use them in many ways. Create a CheckList by choosing a name and a small image or icon as a visual aid. Choose from 39 icons.
CheckLists contain items, such as those found in a shopping list or in a list of tasks. Add, edit and delete as many list items as you like.
Each Item has a check box that you can check or uncheck by pressing the space bar. You can define three additional fields per item, such as "Quantity," "Type" or "Brand."
You can send CheckLists by email. No more excuses for forgetting something on the way home from work!

Task Manager: Tasks allow you to manage action items in a more comprehensive way than CheckLists. Tasks are best suited for things that must be done by a certain time or that are part of a team effort.
- Managing action plans in business unit.
- Defining deliverables and due dates for a project.
- Assigning parents responsibilities for a sports team.
You can record several pieces of information with every task, including a field that you define yourself. For example, you could define a field called Project Name and use it assign Tasks to a Project.
User-defined fields extend the power and flexibility of the application by allowing you to personalize the Task Manager to your context.

Note Manager: Some information is best expressed in an unrestricted format. The Notes Manager is the best place to keep track of information like this.
- Agenda for a meeting.
- Notes taken at a Brainstorming session.
- A description of an idea that you had on the metro.


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