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Doug Nebeker ("Doug")
Andy, I tried to comment on your hyper plan thread but it's archived so I started this one.
I just saw this post on a cooking site regarding planning a Thanksgiving meal. http://dish.allrecipes.com/thanksgiving-timed-right/?ms=1&prop25=171264126&prop26=RecipeNotes&prop27=2015-11-09&prop28=MainStory&prop29=Link_2&me=1&eaid=7851991
I immediately thought of Hyper Plan and thought the holidays are a great time to come up with a hyperplan "template" for a few planning scenarios - like meals, travel plans, Christmas shopping, etc.
My first thought was it could be free to attract new clients. But you could also charge a little for them. I have Axialis software for designing icons and they release icon sets from time to time for $ and I've bought some.
Just wanted to share that idea while it's in my mind!
Thanks for the thought.
That is more of a gantt chart. Hyper Plan is aimed more at Kanban type charts (in multiple dimensions).
I do ship some sample plans with Hyper Plan, but it is hard to come up with generic planning templates as people have such different requirements and there are country specific and cultural issue.
I do intend to write some 'how to use Hyper Plan to plan x' pages, but I haven't got around to it yet. Still busy improving the software itself.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
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