One of the most important resources that, fortunately, we cannot exploit is time. If carefully managed, it can significantly boost efficiency within a business, regardless of its domain of activity. Using specialized computer applications such as Dailer, you are able to plan events, manage tasks and take notes to make day-to-day events easier.
The application's main window is incredibly simple, allowing you to accommodate in a jiffy. A side panel displays a calendar and major categories you get to work with, while the rest of the screen is taken up by specific modifiable options for each element in the panel. What's more, the application can stay hidden in the system tray when not used.
From the “Organizer” option you can populate a list with tasks, events and various other activities that require your attention. Creating a new entry is easily done by filling in a few fields. You can set the exact time and date for it to trigger, make it recurrent, power off the PC, play sound, display a message or even have a custom application launched.
You also gain access to a “Notes” section, where needless to say that you can take advantage of a decent text field to write down ides. You can create up eight notes, but with no possibility to save either of them to file.
In addition, the application features a secure side. Accessing it requires you to set individual passwords and users for SecretNotes, Passwords, Contacts. Available options are similar to the ones mentioned above, with the only difference being you can only view them if proper credentials are provided.
To sum it up, you can easily tell from a first look that Dailer is not the best application of its kind. However, it gets the job done right, providing a suitable means to make day-to-day activities easier. It is certainly not for businesses, being a little rough around the edges and missing a few advanced features that could have made it a pro.