Sandglaz offers users a sophisticated way to manage simple task lists. Users can type in their tasks freestyle without the use of add or delete buttons. With one click, the user can begin typing to add a task right where they want it to appear. Users can drag and drop tasks to reorder them. Sandglaz utilizes the urgent important matrix so users can prioritize effectively. Grids can be resized to fit the user’s project. All cells can be relabeled as well so the user retains full control over the look and organization of their Sandglaz task list. Users can also share their grids with others when collaborating on projects. The application keeps everything secure and private so the user’s work cannot be seen by unauthorized individuals. Sandglaz offers users an easy, effective way to organize tasks without a complicated system.Show more screenshots »
Sandglaz was founded in November of 2010. The application was designed to provide a user friendly to do list that could be stored online. The web based design would allow Sandglaz users to review their data anytime from any computer with internet access. Today, Sandglaz offers users many helpful features as well as a unique way to organize their to do lists. Sandglaz is currently in a beta status.
There are numerous websites available that help users manage tasks and build to do lists. Sandglaz takes a different approach with the urgent important matrix. This allows the user to see what really needs done next and what can wait. The application has also incorporated helpful sharing features so users can collaborate quickly and painlessly.
The Sandglaz website uses an orange and greenish blue color scheme that is featured throughout the application. The gentle color scheme gives the application a rather charming appearance while the white background prevents it from becoming too busy. The website is very clean and contains no flashy images or intrusive banner advertisements to get in the way of the user’s experience.
A new user can begin using Sandglaz by clicking on the bold orange “Sign Up” button in the upper, right hand corner of the homepage. The following page presents the user with the registration form. The form requires a name, email address, password and time zone. A check box at the bottom of the form is automatically selected to sign the user up for tips and updates emails. The user must manually uncheck this to opt out of email updates. The user is advised to check their email inbox for a confirmation message which must be accessed to complete registration and begin using Sandglaz. Users can also sign in with their Google account.
Sandglaz offers users free access. There are no subscription fees or other charges for the application. Anyone can try Sandglaz by filling out the registration form or signing in through their Google account. The application offers a unique way to stay organized, but the price is definitely a good choice. Overall it does not contain any sophisticated features that would justify a subscription fee or other cost. This could change in the future because Sandglaz is still in beta. At this time, there is no further information on whether a premium paid membership will be added later.
Sandglaz offers users a new way to organize their tasks. The tool is simple to use, convenient and helps users prioritize effectively. The free access is also a big plus. With an organized design and functional features, Sandglaz can help anyone organize a task list.