You can set and assign tasks to yourself and to other people. If you don’t see a colleague in the list – invite them. Papirus will send an invitation via email.
Oh, and by the way – if your corporate email is hosted by Google, you can log into Papirus by following the “Log in with Google Apps” link on the home page.
You can set a due date for a task. Overdue tasks will be colored red, and the tasks that are due today will be brown.
All the tasks ever set by you can be seen in the By Me list. This list is very convenient for following “hanging” tasks – ones that have been assigned to a certain employee but have been ignored by him for a few days.
When a task is accomplished, it can be closed. If somebody closes a task created by me, it is crossed out in my list. I can then go into the task and make sure everything has been done correctly. If something needs to be specified or completed, the task can be re-opened.
- Inbox – all new tasks appear in this folder by default
- Today – tasks that you are planning to complete by the end of the workday
- Next – tasks that you are planning to work on today if you have time
- Scheduled – tasks that you do not want to see until a certain day. On that day, the task will automatically move into the Today
- Someday – tasks that you would like to accomplish, but you are not sure when you will have time for them.
After becoming familiar with Papirus, it might be practical to install the mobile application for iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows Phone 7. Then new task notifications will immediately appear on your mobile phone.
The Papirus interface is especially convenient and easy to use on tablet computers. It can completely replace traditional GTD applications, supplementing them with the convenience of teamwork.
Papirus is amazingly easy!