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“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.” ~Charles Darwin http://bit.ly/1zlgfN5
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“People will try to tell you that all the great opportunities have been snapped up. In reality, the world changes every second, blowing new opportunities in all directions, including yours.” ~Ken Hakuta http://bit.ly/1HOMDZG
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Integrate Sandglaz with Gmail, Github, Uservoice and hundreds more apps using Zapier
Today we’re thrilled to announce our integration with Zapier. Connect Sandglaz with the tools your team uses like Gmail, Github, Google Calendar and Uservoice and automate your project management workflow. Zapier is a web automation platform that makes it easy to connect hundreds of apps together. Imagine Sandglaz tasks getting created automatically when you star …
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“Adaptability is not imitation. It means power of resistance and assimilation.” ~Mahatma Gandhi http://bit.ly/1DIMqlS #adaptability
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“The price of doing the same old thing is far higher than the price of change.” ~Bill Clinton http://bit.ly/1AcANSP #change
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“You can’t build an adaptable organization without adaptable people–and individuals change only when they have to, or when they want to.” ~Gary Hamel http://bit.ly/1Iksbk5 #quote
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4 Scrum adaptations you will like: http://bit.ly/1MirM18 #scrum
Let’s say you created a new product. You think it’s beautiful and perfect. You go out and test it on real people—your target customer. And to your surprise, they don’t interact with it the way you thought they would. They stumble on things. Some of them don’t get it at all. Are your customers broken, or …
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“The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings.” ~Kakuzo Okakaura http://bit.ly/1P3FyEY
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“A wise man adapts himself to circumstances, as water shapes itself to the vessel that contains it.” ~Chinese Proverb http://bit.ly/1zlcaIV #adapting #quotes
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The complete guide to #Scrumban. Some of the structure of #Scrum with the loose planning of #Kanban
Scrumban is a mix of Scrum and Kanban project management. Like both, it is meant for teams who need to embrace change; teams who acknowledge that plans and requirements change often, and it’s to their advantage to be flexible. Scrumban falls under the agile project management umbrella. Even though Scrum was meant to be lightweight, …
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“All fixed set patterns are incapable of adaptability or pliability. The truth is outside of all fixed patterns.” ~Bruce Lee http://bit.ly/1HOHyAu #quotes
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Project & Task Management for Teams
Introduction
Manage all of your life's todo's from a single page and experience optimal productivity now! 
For individuals and teams.

FAST & SIMPLE
Click anywhere and type, your tasks are saved on the fly
Prioritize visually, just drag and drop the tasks

CONQUER LONG TODO LISTS
Stay Motivated. Break down your long never-ending todo lists into flexible milestones (e.g. weekly, daily)

TASK AUTO-MANAGEMENT
Uncompleted tasks automatically move to the next milestone. Tasks that are due automatically move to before their deadline.
Task auto-archiving and more

MANAGE ALL YOUR TASKS IN ONE PLACE
All the power to manage your big projects (product planning, marketing, renovations, team activities ...etc.)
Dead simple that you'll want to use it for everything (list of movies to watch, shopping list ...etc.)

COLLABORATE WORRY-FREE
Multiple projects & multiple collaborators; easily share each project with its own audience 


"I've tried more task and productivity products than I can care to remember — most of them far too cumbersome for use in the real world. Sandglaz immediately impressed me with it's simplicity and flexibility, and it's only getting better" -- Hamish Cameron, Senior IT Manager, South Australia

"I don't know what planet you guys beamed in from, but this radical, intuitive approach to to-do lists and project management may just save the human race from imminent self-destruction. All hail Sandglaz!" -- Erik Risinger, Professional Organizer, Northampton, MA

"I am thoroughly impressed. This answers all of my task list needs, and I'm so glad I stumbled upon it. I wish I'd found it sooner!" -- Rachel Hollister, Education Coordinator, EVFAC

“Over the years, I personally strived for an effective ToDo software and now Sandglaz solved my problem” -- Startuptunes

"Loving Sandglaz! Very simple and easy to use! Kudos!" -- Mark Dino

“@Sandglaz Nothing creepy, but I think I love you.” -- @leafophoto

"Amazing software! Thank you very much indeed. I really feel I should be paying for this" -- Michael Griffiths, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, UK

"(I) had never been enlightened to the possibilities of intuitiveness and simplicity that an app could offer.” -- ADDitude Magazine