VIDEO (4:16) This most basic essential element of SasQuatch holds both physical and intangible items: ideas, text, weblinks or images and stuff! Offers lightning-fast organization of priorities or locations.
VIDEO (5:04) The perfect tool Top-Down conceptualizing! Harness exponential power to map the ideas and things in your SQList. Capture your brainstorm FAST like it happens. Outline a paper or create the Table of Contents for your new book. Work with abstract (Year\Month\Day) and physical (House\Garage\Toolkit) hierarchies.
VIDEO (4:15) Like an instant no-HTML mini-webpage for every SQList item. Add descriptions or instructions. Show images or spreadsheet tables. Add links to the web or to files on the local device or network. Perfect for repair or revision history or a searchable lab notebook.
VIDEO (4:49) Adds the dimension of WHEN with a fast and fluid calculation and countdown. Let the boss know (even if that's YOU) exactly when each of those 50 tasks are going to get done. Priorities are agile and responsive; times adjust instantaneously as you move them up and down in the list as the situation demands. Pair it with the SQPad for justifications and notes.
VIDEO (4:49) This tool lets you work backwards from the future and is ideal for short-term FIXED deadlines like making the plane or getting your dinner party off on time. Like the ASAP planner, know what to do right now and how much time remains. With the Future-Based planner you also get blocks of free time and you can still add ASAP tasks to the same list that flow around the fixed items (and into the free blocks).
SasQuatch wants to be your personal web - a customized internet that can also include your physical things and abstract thoughts in addition to the usual web pages and files. Offers an alternative to invasive apps that stick their fingers into everything on your computer resulting in lightning-fast clean searches designed by YOU.
Unlike the Search which selects certain items the SQFilter acts on the SQTree, providing a clear and targeted view limited to only the groups, projects or dates that matter to you right now. One filter brings the complexity to an absolute minimum. Multiple filters make it easy to move items between projects and locations.
Combine SQPad content from several items into a single document. Automatically generate headers from item names or locations. To create a skeleton or a rough document, use SQTree to brainstorm a table of contents then place text and images in SQPads where they are to rearrange. Export to your favorite publishing app for final tweaking. It's also great for making Help trees and fast enough to keep up with rapid changes.
Still another tool to plan time the way it works in real life by recognizing that a 100-hour task won't really be done 100 hours from now. We actually chip away at it in chunks called "work hours" or some other constraint that you can define.
A unique BarCode is automatically generated for every item and location you create. (We keep it out of sight until you actually need it.) Attach an inexpensive DYMO LabelWriter to print a label and scan it with any off-the-shelf $19.99 USB scanner. Examples: Scan a single physical item to bring up its repair history or where it belongs. Scan the barcode of a bin or box to list its contents without looking inside.