Manual Thinking can serve as an ideal support to organize tasks, whether for teams or for individuals. This template provides an easy and effective way to organize your tasks by times, separating small tasks for immediate execution, tasks and projects to be completed during the day, week or month, tasks that are currently on hold, and projects to be fulfilled in the future. The labels allow you to move (and eventually remove) the tasks from less to more urgent. Colors can be used to link various tasks deriving from the same project, or to represent the person in charge of the task.
Use Manual Thinking to get the most out of your week by mapping out your tasks. Organize your time by days and/or projects to approach the week efficiently. Whether for work, school, or home, the overview will allow you to focus on your tasks one by one.
Create an effective and active reunion with Manual Thinking by planning discussion points beforehand, adding actions, opinions and minutes to the same map during the meeting. Everyone can participate, and the reunion is summarized in an organized overview.