(last edited on April 29, 2014 at 1:27 am)
If you’re not familiar with the TPT, it’s a progress tracking to-do list that allows you to mark progress made on a task, in 15-minute increments.
I’ve used it in the past for:
- doing project estimates
- keeping a list of big tasks that are hard to get done all at once, but want to keep on the top of my “things to do” list.
- managing several projects at once, using one project per sheet
The nice thing about it is that you can keep the context of your project on a single sheet of paper, and refer to it to keep track of what you’re doing. I’ve heard that some people are using it in their companies for project management; they write out the task list as they understand it, staple it to the front of a folder, and hand out assignments.
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