Track Projects and Time The Easy Way with jWorkSheet
Dec 26, 2007, 05:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"High-end project management tools and low-end to-do utilities
are a dime a dozen these days. But what if you need something less
complicated than a full-blown project management application, but
more flexible than a simple to-do list? In that case, give
jWorkSheet (JWS) a try. This tiny Java-based tool offers basic
project and task management features sprinkled with worksheet-like
capabilities. The result is a simple yet functional tool for
keeping track of your projects and tasks and the time you spend on
them. It's especially useful if you bill per hour and a need a
simple utility to track your time.
"Because it's a Java-based application, JWS needs the Java
Runtime Environment to run and requires no installation..."