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Free online tool to organise your work

Free online tool to organise your work - Organising Your 'To Do' List - Organising your to do lists just got easier with the release of a free online task manager tool, developed in New Zealand and called ExcuseMe. In response to frustrations with existing task management tools, Conrad Johnston from Darnoc, released ExcuseMe online at today.

“ExcuseMe allows users to tailor the tasks to their specific work type or style. You can sort your work by the priority, work type, due dates. You can also import information from a range of other software as well,” said Conrad Johnston.

ExcuseMe is a free online service which is self funded by Advertising. There are also plans for future premium features, such as TXT reminders. With a focus on ease-of-use ExcuseMe is sure to be a hit.

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