A task-manager that delegates

By | May 3, 2012 | Gear & Gadgets

A task-manager that delegates

Do you have so much going on in your life that it seems difficult to keep up with all the errands, pickups, purchases, and other tasks? It can seem nearly impossible to keep everything running smoothly. Much like an orchestra, if one piece is off, the entire symphony falls apart.

I can add all these tasks to one of the many task management apps I’ve tested, but none of them help me delegate tasks to others, or chat about the what and where of how to get it all done.

Until now.

Orchestra is a task management app (for both iPhone and web) that goes far beyond list-making. It connects me to the people in my life who can help me get things done, which helps me get things done more quickly. It has a great appearance, it’s easy to use and completely free. Score! And the feature that makes Orchestra stand out from the other to-do apps out there is the ability to collaborate with others – even if they don’t have the app themseleves.

Finally, an app that allows me to manage my life in perfect harmony. It’s a dream come true.

Watch this week’s Twirl to learn how to use this powerful app.

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Carley Knobloch

Carley Knobloch is a digital lifestyle expert who uses lots of technology to manage her busy life as mom of two and entrepreneur. Carley provides ways to improve your relationship with gadgets, or just live more stylishly with technology. For more information, visit CarleyK.com, or follow her on Twitter at @CarleyKnobloch .

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scottdenver261 January 30, 2015 at 3:58 am

Orchestra seems to be the task management tool that is apparently meant to manage the tasks with fine sort of usability in order to make the things more clear in the segment. As of now I have been using the cloud based task management software from Replicon which is hassle free and is featured with the user friendly interface that makes it an intuitive tool to work with. But giving a try to Orchestra is nothing wrong by any mode.