Application Design and Overview

Priority, Work Time, Star and more.

Your To-Dos and notes offer you significant control in organizing the information and tasks you need to accomplish.

Priority: Chevrons... setting the Priority of Items.

You can change tasks to make them more or less important by setting the priority as being Very High, High, Normal, Low, or Very Low. The higher the priority, the closer to the top of your priority list it will appear.

Star: What is on your list today.

Placing a Star on an item by simply tapping it to enable it, or again to disable it, is a great way to mark items you wish to bring to the top of your list. Even if the item is of low priority, you don't need to change the priority to make it more important and bring it to the top of your list. Just simply set the star, and it will move right to the top of your To Do list. You can easily access the star on any item on your To Do list by tapping the item and all of your editing features will be at your disposal.

Work Time: Letting LifeNotes know when things need to be worked on.

Work time provides you with a way to keep track of how long a task will take. However, it does something very important for your To Do list. Assigning Work Time on a task lets Alloy Tasks know that you need more lead time. A week of work time on a task due in 10 days will give it a higher priority than a task due in 4 days, since Alloy Tasks assumes you needed to start working on that already. Additionally, the longer you assign a task, the more weight it will have towards completing things in that goal. If you finish a task with a work time of a day, it will impress Alloy Tasks and it will consider that as having accomplished the same amount of work as many smaller tasks from other goals. Alloy Tasks is constantly re-prioritizing your goals based on the information you give it to keep your life in balance. Let it know when you put a lot of effort into things.