Check out the LaTeX for Humans review of Intervals on their blog. Looks like the author has found Intervals useful for many things, including managing a PhD!
I have tried a lot of different packages that do a lot of different things – from Basecamp to Open Workbench, from Manymoon to Zen. But at the beginning of October, I finally found something that works really well: it’s called Intervals.
Intervals is a great tool for managing tasks. Intervals also provides a suite of online tools for tracking time and managing projects. These time, task and project features can be used in combination or exclusive of one another to manage your personal projects or a small business. As this reviewer discovered:
I have used Intervals daily for the past two months and it has really helped me to plan my work and get more done.
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Currently I’m using Microsoft Project 2007 for project planning, scheduling and task management. Before using Intervals, I’d like to know what are the distinctive features of “Intervals” and where it stands compared to ms project 2010. I have seen project 2010 demo at http://www.microsoft.com/project/en/us/try-buy.aspx would like to view demo of intervals as well. Please share the details.
Intervals is a lightweight alternative to Microsoft Project. For most small businesses, MS Project is overkill, but it is the only option they have available. Intervals aims to plug the gap between the overly simple web-based project management apps and the enterprise level project management software packages like MS Project. For a demo of Intervals, please signup for a free 30 day trial at http://www.myintervals.com/signup.php or check out the video tour at http://www.myintervals.com/tour.php.