Hot! Apollo Adds New Personal Settings

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Apollo, the popular on-demand project management application, has recently added two new personal settings to its product as a result of customer apollo contactsfeedback.  Committed to continual improvement, Apollo is keen to respond to customer requests for additions to its application, where those additions will enhance the application.

The two new settings are:

  • Set default due time of tasks: when a task is created in Apollo, the feature exists to set the time that the task should be planned to be completed by.  The default setting for this feature is 0900.  The new setting now allows the user to pick their own default time, so when they create a new task and don’t explicitly set the finish time, their own default will be applied.  To set the user-defined default due time of tasks, go through the settings menu, choose preferences and then tasks. You can then set your own default due time.
  • Default view for contact list: Apollo includes contact management as an integral component of its project management application.  It is a useful feature to be able to see a contact list. Apollo lets the user choose what to show in the contact list that is viewed, for example, all contacts, all companies, all people and companies, etc.  Most users will have a specific view that they prefer to use on a regular basis and this new setting allows the user to make that preference their default setting.  To set the default view for the contact list, go through the settings menu, choose preferences and then contacts.  You can then set the default view for the contact list.

More on Apollo

Apollo is a cloud-based project management application that offers task, milestone and document management features coupled with contact apollohqmanagement.  Its easy to use and responsive interface means users can be up and running quickly with little or no training needed to become productive.

Apollo offers some really nice features that help set it apart from other competitors in the market, including an overview that gives a birds-eye view of project status, an interactive time that records time spent on current activities and contributes to the overall time-tracking for a project and is well worth signing up for the available free trial.

For more information on Apollo and how it can help you manage your projects and contacts, please see www.apollohq.com.

 

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Jan Birley

Jan holds a PhD in computing and started out in software development and IT training. She built a strong career as a project and program manager focusing on IT in the Health Service sector. Jan specializes in taking greenfield and immature services/departments to effective business-as-usual operation and is currently responsible for the delivery of clinical assessment forms into a high profile clinical system. Jan has authored 100′s of articles on project-management related topics.

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