(last edited on April 29, 2014 at 1:27 am)
My friend Barry came across one of his co-workers using the paper Emergent Task Timer to keep track of what he was doing. Very cool! His co-worker contacted me later and gave me some useful feedback on the use of the form in his work setting. I’ve incorporated his needs into the new laser printer-friendly version of The Emergent Task Timer. I’ve heard many of his requests echoed for the Online Version as well, so I think they’re good additions.
If you’re new to the ETT concept, you may want to read the original The Printable CEO™ III: Emergent Task Timing to get an idea of what it does. The new features are geared toward people who are using the ETT as a daily timesheet in addition to its use as a focusing mechanism.
- Space for “Total Hours Per Task” at the end.
- Space for “Total Hours” at the top right of the page.
- Increased number of lines from 12 to 16.
- Simplified the Notes area
- Added “contact me” email information at the bottom of the form, to encourage more feedback.
Here’s the file:
» Download Power User Edition (laser-printer friendly)
Enjoy! People who are using laser printers at work, please let me know how this version looks compared to the old one. Thanks!
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