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Time planning and organisation software

There is a range of personal time management and calendar software on the market. Use what works for you.

  • You can choose specific software to help you organise your time, goals and tasks.
  • You can even create lists in MS Excel sheets or MS Word table documents, but that can be more time consuming.
  • Anytime Organizer Opens in a new window software is an example of software for organising and managing your time.
  • If you're working on a large task, you may find project management Opens in a new window software useful.
I like to keep things simple and use software I'm familiar with, so I just use Excel to slot in timetables and so on and then I use colour highlighting to distinguish different types of activities. I tend to have a big picture semester chart, then I have a weekly one - that way I can see the rhythm of the semester.
— Andrew
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