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Milestone Planner
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A powerfully simple way to agree who does what by when. It's project management without the hassle. Create plans and track progress right from your web browser, even via your smart phone.
A powerfully simple way to agree who does what by when. It's project management without the hassle. Create plans and track progress right from your web browser, even via your smart phone.

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he Summary Report has recently joined our collection of reports in Milestone Planner, alongside the Status, Activity and Progress Reports. If you're not familiar with the review section, this video will give you an overview...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qSjwARRVw8&t=2s
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Recorded during a gale! Here is a walk through of the review features in Milestone Planner
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5 Years on, and Milestone Planner is still one of the best goal tracking services you can use, and we are about to add more goal tracking features! #productivity #GTD #lifehacker
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It might have been the bluest Blue Monday in the Northern Hemisphere, but there are some great ways to beat those blues:
- Celebrate milestones you have recently achieved.
- Involve others - work on some joint projects together.
- Set some objectives for the year ahead, it is just getting started!
https://milestoneplanner.com/
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OK Monday, let's do this!
1. Open milestoneplanner.com
2. Create milestones for this week.
3. Create milestones for October (yes, it's here).
4. Add actions.
5. All set!
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He's back, but we aren't sure about his planning style :)
“Do what I do. Hold tight and pretend it’s a plan!” 
—The Doctor
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The app in the Chrome Store has been updated to be a native app, with a move towards material design, and even faster loading. Please do give it a try if you aren't using it already. (and, of course, appreciate your +1s and 5 star ratings too!)
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Some things appear impossibly hard, impossibly big. You look at them and say “how on earth can I possibly achieve that?” – and the most likely answer is that you can’t. At least not all in one go. Take a sledge hammer to that rock; grab a coffee (or a healthy glass of water :)) and...
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