What is the use of Sandglaz @Sandglaz #WebToolsWiki

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Sandglaz

Sandglaz has a simple, elegant an intuitive interface to plan quickly and adapt as you go.
It bridges the gap between simple task lists and complicated gantt charts that are too rigid.
EASY & FLUID
— Click anywhere to start typing.
— Tasks are saved and synced in realtime.
— Add subtasks, notes, due dates, recurring tasks, and attachments in the task view.

COLLABORATION SIMPLIFIED
— Share each project with its own team.
— Assign tasks to your teammates with @usertags.
— Easily see what others did and what they’re upto.
— Discuss tasks with commenting.

AUTOMATIC TASK MANAGEMENT
— Uncompleted tasks automatically roll over so that no task is left behind.

FILTER AND FIND TASKS QUICKLY
— Task #hashtags help you organize related tasks. They also act as a filter so you can see all other related tasks.

CUSTOMIZE EACH PROJECT’S MILESTONES
— Set appropriate milestones lengths for each project you’re working on.
— Extend or shorten milestones when a project gets delayed, or when it’s down to crunch time.
PROJECTS & TASKS ON THE GO
— Full HTML5 mobile experience with touch support.
— Save it to your homescreen and manage your tasks wherever you are.

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