Task Progress Tracker 2010 Updates

Task Progress Tracker 2010 Updates

Task Progress Tracker

Project-level to-do list tracking

The Task Progress Tracker (or TPT) is a Project Task Manager, where “project” is loosely defined as a “set of related tasks”. The idea behind the TPT is to provide a methodology to break down a project into shorter-duration subtasks that take under 4 hours. The design of the form encourages estimate then track use of the same piece of paper; first you write down all the tasks, then you make your estimates, then you follow through. It’s like a To-Do list, except the forms also track effort made against each item, 15 minutes at a time.

The 2010 edition has had several cosmetic improvements to increase contrast when printing. The Power User Edition has been almost completely redesigned, using refined elements from some of the newer forms I’ve done.

Download 2010 Task Progress Tracker Printable Forms

For more information about the Task Progress Tracker, the original post has plenty to read. Enjoy!


  1. Christina Price 16 years ago

    Destructo-matic version still says ‘2007’

    :) Happy New Year

  2. Dave Seah 16 years ago

    The upload must have messed up. I reuploaded it, and it’s OK now…thanks for the heads up, Christina :-)

  3. Michael Hillier 16 years ago

    Hi Dave,
    I really appreciate the resources I struggle with time management in a big way, especially juggling multiple projects.

    The quote I recently read by Phillip Roth, The road to hell is paved with works in progress.

    2007 felt a bit that way so 2008 hopefully will be better with your great resources.

    Many thanks

  4. mimi 16 years ago

    how about an excel version?

  5. Riley 16 years ago

    I LOVE the Destructomatic version. I use it frequently and I love the inventive way of thinking about my tasks at hand. The graphics on that are really neat too!
    Keep up the great work.

  6. Sanjiv Gupta 15 years ago

    This is a great form, especially for an academic like me who often works under loose self-imposed deadlines. Would it be possible to create a downloadable form along the lines of your emergent task timer? I’m printing out so many copies now that I’m sure my carbon footprint has ballooned even as I’ve become more efficient. Many thanks for your work!

  7. Ed House 15 years ago

    just found your work…linked from
    43 folders…already I have to say thank you
    for making this available.

    this work really is a contribution

  8. N Lotay 15 years ago

    Great info – really useful. i too followed it from 43folders. Great stuff keep it up

  9. Mohamed Jamal 14 years ago

    Hi David,

    Have you developed anything to manage a Backlog using Scrum development?  The task centric approach assumes that one was able to break down a narrative/story/goal into a unit of actionable work.  However, It would be useful to know if you have something to manage something at a higher level:  A User Story knows nothing of time, but only story points.

      Mohamed :: mj

  10. Brandon L. Barnett 14 years ago

    I’ve been using these sheets off and on for a while now. I’m such a mess when it comes to desk clutter though.

    Thanks for putting these out for us creative geeks. I’ll definitely pick up the packs off of Amazon here soon.

  11. Helen Lathrope 14 years ago

    Hi David,

    Stumbled across you via Lifehack I think it was, or possibly Zen Habits…either way I’m glad I found you – I’m having immense fun with all of your forms, and it’s really made me pull my sox up!

    Keep up the excellent work,

    Best regards,

    H x

  12. Camilo 14 years ago

    No se si hables español, pero muchas gracias por este material, realmente es muy útil.

  13. Ivan Monte 14 years ago

    Hi David – Your work is just awesome.  Discovered this while looking for free 7 Habits forms.  I just attended the 7 Habits of Highly Effectively People and you provide very useful planning tools.