Description

Taskheat is a visual task manager that allows you to break down your responsibilities and link them to build a path to your goals. You'll end up with a flowchart that lets you focus on the steps that are under your control to get you where you want to go.

With a streamlined UI and sophisticated algorithms under the hood, Taskheat will get you through tangled webs of tasks, errands, and lists.

With Taskheat you can:

• Gather and link todos to reach your goal in gorgeous Flowchart or List views.
Link your tasks together, and the app will guide you to an excellent place to focus first. Make a bird's eye view at your projects as a flowchart or list and get right to the steps that matter.

• Safe and secure data synchronization
All your data automatically syncs via iCloud.

• Get things done when you're there.
Each project updates automatically, so you always know what you need to do wherever you are. Quickly find the duties that need to be done in different locations.

• Delegate to third parties
If you have a task that is currently out of your control, or you've delegated it to another person, your list will adjust and it won't interfere with actual duties. As a result, you can focus on jobs that require your attention.

• Color code your tasks
Make it easier to find and review them in Flowchart or List views. Visually managing your projects provides a bigger picture of every detail, relationship, and dependency within your workflow or hierarchy.

• Receive useful notifications
The organizer will notify you when any of your tasks are due soon, so you'll never forget to get things done on time.

• Print your workflow
You can print or generate PDF files from the flowchart or list view and share them with your colleagues.

Our team is continuously working on improving Taskheat to make it an even better organizer. Your feedback is essential and appreciated.

What’s New

Version 1.6.8

We update Taskheat frequently so that we can make it better for you. This version squashes bugs and makes some performance and stability improvements.
Thank you for using Taskheat!

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
142 Ratings

142 Ratings

TheY2D ,

Good app but not for large projects

I enjoy using this app. It provides a good visual reference to my project and gives me a clear picture of my tasks order. The issue comes in with the limitation of the UI. The grid does not allow you to freely move your tasks around the screen. This means that you are limited to where the app drops your task on the flowchart view. This one small problem makes my charts extremely complicated as the projects grow larger especially if you have the need to keep the completed task in view. Also when you mark a top level task completed and disable the “show completed” view it would change your flow chart layout rearranging the screen. The tasks are still connected correctly they just move around all over the place. The diagram view needs to be static and free form. Also another neat functionality that is lacking would be to allow the connection line between tasks to be color coded which could allow for a “True” “False” type of order to tasks that can have different outcomes. Overall its a good app, the universal purchase provides a whole lot of value but this is still a bit not mature enough for larger projects.

davidb1224 ,

Conceptually nice, not actually useful to me

In theory, this would be the app of my dreams. In practice, there are more drawbacks than benefits. I don’t think (at least I can’t figure it out) there is a way to set up repeating tasks. Further, I prefer a browser view to a desktop app, so I can set it as my home page in Safari and see what I’m supposed to be doing every time I open a window. Those two “missing” features encompass about 70% of my needs, and therefore Todoist is a better fit for me, even though the ingenious flow chart view would be seriously game changing for my productivity if it ever appeared in an app that I could use daily.

dlangendorf ,

A Great Find

I’m giving this app 5 stars for promise and to applaud the developer. It’s not perfect, it’s confusing at times, it can use some UI improvements — and I hope these all will come. Rather than give it 3 stars, I’m rounding up because this app, I hope, has a future. Here’s why: It combines mind mapping with task management (maybe a bit of project management) without the complexity or the baggage of features I’ll never use. To test the app (kudos by the way for a 14-day free test period) I am planning a woodworking project — research gives way to planning and design gives way to building (cutting, assembly, finish). I with this app I see how the tasks under a heading/phase (research or planning), relate, fit together, build on each other toward the next phase or completion. I can see everything visually or as a list. There’s tagging, color coding (would like more colors), notes (would like to see status, which I can assign via tags as a work-around). I can assign due dates, see what’s due today or someday, toggle completed tasks. The app can use some refinement and a few more features but it’s a good, functional start that I hope will continue.

App Privacy

The developer, Eyen, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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