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November 09, 2010


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Paul Fisher

I was at the TUG conference and applauded when they showed this, particularly the ability to take any discrete piece of content (at the paragraph level) and turn it into a task. As a manager, not having such a capability - making information/content actionable and trackable - has been a nightmare. You end up sending assignments via email or using Outlook tasks, but then there was no good way to "remember" and follow-up. This will allow us to address something as basic, but very important, as meeting action item assignment and follow-up. And then the integration of tasks into the profile of the assigned employee - yeah!

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